Mount St. Joseph University

President and CEO of CCHMC to give keynote at the Mount’s Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series

Academics, Alumni & Giving

By: Kathleen Cardwell

File Under: ethical leadership, events

Michael Fisher, President and CEO of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC), will give the keynote address at Mount St. Joseph University’s fifth annual Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series on Thursday, October 26, 7:30 a.m., at the Westin Hotel. Fisher’s keynote will address: “Lessons in Leadership: Changing the Outcome Together.”

Following an introduction to the series given by Mount President H. James Williams, Ph.D., Dan Hurley, host of Local 12 Newsmakers and interim president of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, will serve as moderator for the event, which will follow the theme of: “Civic Principles and the Role of the Corporation in Advancing the Public Good.” The featured panelists for the Mount’s Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series will be: Laura Brunner, president and CEO of the Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority; Marty Dunn, partner and member of Board of Directors of Dinsmore & Shohl LLP; and Vickie Buyniski Gluckman, founder and retired CEO of United Medical Resources, Inc.

The Mount’s Center for Ethical Leadership encourages interaction between local businesses, community organizations, and the campus community. The Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series, a central component to the Center’s programming efforts, continues to effectively promote collaborative conversation on leadership, ethics, and civic engagement. The series is made possible by a generous grant from the Ruth J. and Robert A. Conway Foundation, a family foundation with strong ties to the Mount. The title of the series honors the legacy of Margaret Duffey Conway and her family.

The cost to attend is $20 per person and online registration is available. For more information, call 513-244-4296 or go to Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series.