S. Craig Lindner, Co-Chief Executive Officer/Co-President and Director of American Financial Group, will give the keynote address at the second annual Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series on Thursday, November 6 at 7:30 a.m. at the Westin Hotel's ballroom. This series promotes collaborative conversation on leadership, ethics and civic engagement among our Greater Cincinnati audience.
The 2014 series theme, "Lessons of Leadership: Health, Wellness and Our Community," will feature a panel discussion with Michael Fisher, President and CEO, Cincinnati Children's Medical Center, Craig Hockenberry, Superintendent, Manchester Local School District, and Linda Smith Berry, Manager, Good Samaritan Free Health Center.The event will be moderated by Dan Hurley, Director, Leadership Cincinnati USA.
Tickets are $20/person and proceeds will support students in the Mount's Ethical Leadership Program. 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 Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series is one of many programs offered by the Center for Ethical Leadership at the Mount St. Joseph University. Inspired by the Sisters of Charity’s legacy of service and socially conscious leadership practice, the Center emerged as an integral part of the Mount’s Vision 2020 strategic plan. Learn more about the work of the Center for Ethical Leadership.