Join the Napa Institute and The Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America for the 2020 Principled Entrepreneurship™ Conference as we explore the topic of Ethical Management and Faith in an Era of Woke Capitalism. Keynotes include Paul Singer, Dr. James Otteson, Dr. Andrew Abela, Stephen Auth, Msgr. Martin Schlag, J.D., S.T.D, Bill Mumma, Dr. Vincent Phillip Muñoz and more!
The problem: for decades, scholars, Church leaders, and others have been asking businesses to be more ethical. Suddenly – almost overnight, it seems – companies are keen to show their consciences, and concerns about Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) issues. This conference will give insights into these issues and how should people of faith should navigate this complex situation from the perspective of the business leader.
This conference will give the latest insights into these questions from the perspective of the Catholic faith, addressing questions such as:
• What is Woke capitalism, and what does it have to do with ethical management? Is it sincere, or just posturing?
• How should controversial issues (such life and gender issues) be addressed?
• What role can faith play in management?
The Napa Institute and The Catholic University of America are excited to bring this conference to you virtually. More information regarding speakers and schedule will be available in the upcoming weeks.
For questions, please call Jean Jacoby
at 855-740-NAPA or email@example.com
Chief Investment Officer of Federated Global Equities, as well as Executive Vice President of Federated Investors
Concurrent Associate Professor of Law & Tocqueville Associate Professor of Religion & Public Life, Department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame
Director, John A. Ryan Institute; Chair, Alan W. Moss Endowed Chair for Catholic Social Thought; Professor of Catholic Studies and Ethics & Business Law, University of St. Thomas
Dean, Busch School of Business at The Catholic University of America
President and Chairman of the Board for the Becket Fund