Asbury University’s panel discussion on “How Faith Informs Public Policy” included input from C. Frederick Wehba.

Wehba is Chairman and CEO of BentleyForbes, a commercial real estate firm with more than $3.5 billion in holdings across the country.

Since its founding, Fred has been involved in virtually every aspect of managing and building the company.

Before establishing BentleyForbes, Wehba had a career in investment and financial market opportunities in some of the nation’s leading firms, including Smith Barney and Shearson Lehman.

He is listed in The Who’s Who of American Business Leaders.

In addition to his professional involvements, Wehba is a noted philanthropist involved with St. Jude Children’s Hospital, UNICEF, The Boy Scouts of America, and The Dove Foundation.

Wehba received the Lifetime Achievement Award as Man of the Year from the mayor of Los Angeles.

Wehba and his wife, Susan, were honored with the MDA’s (Muscular Dystrophy Association) Humanitarian Award.