Business ethics forum scheduled
A leading thinker on business ethics will lead a day-long forum sponsored by Rotary District 5190 and Wells Fargo on May 16.
The session will be led by Michael Josephson, a former law professor and businessman who now serves as the unpaid president of the Josephson Institute. Headquartered in Los Angeles, the nonprofit institute is focused on increased ethical commitment and practice in all segments of society.
The program will include a panel discussion featuring Michonne Ascuaga, the chair of Washoe K-12 Education Foundation; Norm Dianda, the founder of Q & D Construction; Helen Lindholm, the chief executive officer of Saint Mary’s Hospital; Chad Osorno, the president of Nevada business and government banking for Wells Fargo, and Mary Simmons, a vice president of NV Energy.
The event at JA Nugget runs from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m., and the $49 registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch. For registration information, see http://www.regonline.com/ethicsforum, or call 775-473-5217.
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