2022 Executive Ethics Symposium
Aug. 15, 2022
On August 12, 2022 The Center for Leadership Ethics in the Eller College of Management once again hosted its annual Executive Ethics Symposium at the Phoenix Art Museum.
Each year, the Executive Ethics Symposium strives to provide thought leadership on emerging topics with profound ethical implications. Previous topics have included artificial intelligence, the B Corp movement and mortgage issues.
This year, the Symposium explored the exciting, evolving and emerging ethical dimensions of cryptocurrency.
The panelists at this year’s event were David Byrd, partner and blockchain strategy leader for assurance in the Americas at Ernst&Young, Scott Walker, chief compliance officer at Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) and Edward Han, managing director and head of crypto and digital asset investment banking at Bank of America.
“The Executive Ethics Symposium was a raving success and truly remarkable,” says Paul Melendez, University Distinguished Outreach Professor and Founder of the Center for Leadership Ethics. “The energy, excitement and enthusiasm in the room was palpable.”
The Center for Leadership Ethics brings scholars with diverse backgrounds together to explore, challenge and advance the field of ethical leadership. Through cutting-edge research, education and outreach, we work every day to promote the development of ethical leaders who foster ethical cultures in organizations around the world.