The Hellenic College Management and Leadership Program will present Business & Society: Guest Lecture Series selected Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:10 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. The lectures will take place in the Hellenic College Skouras Classroom Building, Room #221.
Business is not an island unto itself but must coexist with an external environment that has the power to regulate and also become its best ally. These guest speakers have been invited to bring "real life" to the classroom and energize the students into considering the various sectors that business is a part of (government, nonprofit, for-profit). This lecture series is part of MGMT - 2351 Business and Society class taught by Mrs. Denise Simion during Spring 2013. This course emphasizes businesses’ social and ethical responsibilities to both external and internal stakeholder groups. The course focuses on ethical and global issues and on the influence of political, social, legal and regulatory, environmental and technological issues on business.
All lectures are open to the HCHC community! If you are planning on attending, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Speakers and topics include the following:
Friday, February 8 (snow date February 22)
"Law, Corporations and Faith"
By Jerome Maryon, Esq
Former Commissioner, U.S. Navy-Marine Corps Court of Military Review
Friday, February 15
"Urban Community Issues & Solutions"
By Latifa Ali, MA
City of Boston, Community Liaison
Nurruddeen Development, COO
Friday, March 15
"The Nonprofit Sector"
By Tiziana Dearing, MPP
Boston College GSSW, Incoming Assistant Professor
Former CEO of Boston Raising
Friday, March 22
By Ike Papadopoulos, MBA, MFA (exp.)
TD Bank, Vice President
Hellenic College Holy Cross, Trustee
Wednesday, April 3
"Think Tanks, Business and Public Policy"
By Marian Simion, PhD
Boston Theological Institute, Assistant Director
Harvard Divinity School, Field Education Supervisor
Wednesday, April 10
"How Businesses Keep Up With Technology"
By Greg Geer, MA
The Mathworks, Inc., Senior Developer
Wednesday, April 24
"Leadership, Activism, & Mobilization: Hellenism & Orthodoxy in Global Engagement"
By Elizabeth Prodromou, PhD
Harvard University Center for European Studies, Study Group Co-Chair
Former Vice Chair of the US Commission on International Religious Freedom