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Elevate Ethics | April 26, 2017

Elevate Ethics | 2016

Elevate Ethics 2016 | Video Posted
The full-length video of the 2016 edition of Elevate Ethics is now available.

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Elevate Ethics: Ethical Leadership in American Business — A Dialogue

Integrity. “Business has never faced the type of moral and ethical challenges that it faces in today’s global economy.” — Forbes

What do leaders of some of America’s largest and most successful corporations think about this “integrity challenge?” What is their opinion about the ethical standards and behavior in corporate America today?

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The 2017 edition of Elevate Ethics will be moderated by, Buie Seawell, Professor of Practice, Executive Education, Daniels College of Business.

The Speakers

Douglas R. Conant

Elevate Ethics | Douglas R. Conant
New York Times Bestselling Author and
former President and CEO, Campbell’s Soup

Douglas R. Conant is a New York Times bestselling author and keynote speaker with more than 40 years of leadership experience at world-class global companies. He is the former President and CEO, Campbell’s Soup; Former President, Nabisco Foods Company; Former Chairman of the Board, Avon Corporation; and is now the Founder & CEO, ConantLeadership; Independent Director, AmerisourceBergen; Chairman, Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy.

Barbara Mowry

  Elevate Ethics | Barbary Mowry

Founder and CEO
GoreCreek Advisors

Barbara Mowry serves as CEO and founder of GoreCreek Advisors a management consulting firm focused on working with CEOs and Boards of Directors on business strategy and innovation. Her prior experience includes serving as Senior Vice President of the Data Integration Division of Oracle Corporation.

Mark Soane

Elevate Ethics | Mark Soane

Managing Director

Mark Soane
is a founding member of Appian and serves on its investment committee. He currently represents Appian on the boards of AdPay and OpenLogic. He serves as an observer on the board of Ping Identity and formerly served on the boards of CareFX (acquired by Harris), OneRiot (acquired by Walmart) and Cadre Technologies.

He is also the former chairman of the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative where he remains on the board.


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