A New Semester Means New Ethics in Action Speaker Series

By Taylor Morrow

The Ethics in Action Speaker Series kicked off at Menlo College on Thursday, September 18, featuring three managers from Gap, Inc. The series is a part of Professor Sekerka’s Business Ethics Class and sponsored by the Business Ethics in Action Club and the Ethics in Action Research and Education Center at Menlo College. The purpose of the program is to bring real world experience, expertise, and application of business ethics into the classroom.  Anyone who is interested in meeting Silicon Valley professionals to  learn how firms incorporate ethics into their culture and performance objectives is encouraged to attend the presentations.

 Carina Kern, President of the Business Ethics in Action Club, states, “The speaker series is a great way for students to learn about business ethics practices in the business world. It also gives students the opportunity to learn more about professional environments.”

Throughout the entire semester, the Ethics in Action Speaker Series will include a number of professionals from renowned companies such as:  DZH Phillips, NetApp, VISA, Yahoo!, and Vodafone. It will also feature Menlo College’s new President Richard A. Moran and Menlo College alumni J.B. Bush.

To view the list of upcoming presentations, check the Events Calendar.