Networks Financial Institute 2014 Ethics Conference

10th Annual Ethics Conference
Ethics: Is it in you?

Wednesday, March 4, 2015
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Hulman Memorial Student Union

Agenda

This is a tentative agenda and subject to change
Any changes to the agenda will be posted here as they are made.


10:00 - 10:50 a.m.

Kevin Kelly, Regional President of State Auto Insurance Companies

"Ethics in Leadership"

Marsha Miller, Reference/Instruction Librarian AAUW rep to ISU; President, AAUW of the Wabash Valley branch; state of Indiana AAUW webmaster

"Pay Equity: Gender and Race Discrimination in the Wage-Setting System"

John Williams, Band Director Terre Haute North Vigo High School

"Plagiarism in Music"

Nicole Fallowfield, Principal, Director of Health Risk Management, Gibson

"Ethics in Employee Benefits: The Importance of Employee Wellbeing"

12:00 - 1:30 p.m.

John Borbi, Motivational Speaker and Author of "Tough Lessons"

The Dark Side of Success

John Borbi has captivated and inspired thousands through his real life story and the extremes he experienced. Be captivated by a story exposing pride, ego, greed, excess, and how each consumed Borbi to the point of destroying his life. Experience the intense extremes as Borbi quickly became a top financial advisor, managing close to $100 million dollars for his clients and generating an income of $500,000, but then paid the ultimate price when he committed a federal crime and lost everything.

Borbi will discuss his rapid rise to wealth, the temptations he faced and the poor decisions that led to his ethical downfall. Hear how his mistakes re-shaped his future as he served a 30 month sentence in federal prison and learn how you can apply the valuable lessons he learned to your own life.

2:00 - 2:50 p.m.

Dr. Elaina Tuttle and Dr. Rusty Gonser, Principal Invesgator of The Center for Genomic Advocacy; Director of The Center for Genome Advocacy

Ethics in Genomic Technology: Manipulating DNA Structure

Melony Sacopulos

The Effects of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act

Student-Led Discussion

Making Tough Choices in Ethics

This is a breakout session in which students will teach basic ethics topics and then present a case. The students in the audience will then discuss how they would respond to that situation.

David Fuson, Dealership Operations

Ethics in the Auto Industry

3:00 - 3:50 p.m.

Jon Lough, CPCU, ASLI, Underwriter, Data Privacy/E&O; The Hartford

Personal, Corporate, and Governmental Ethical Privacy Issues