2008 Women and Management Dinner **SOLD OUT**
In 2008 the Women and Management Dinner will explore the leadership role women can take in guiding the social responsibility agendas in their organisations. Laura Hartman and Pera Wells bring a wealth of experience to the question.
Laura Hartman, is an internationally acclaimed business ethicist. Professor of Business Ethics and Legal Studies in the Management Department DePaul University's Kellstadt Graduate School of Business, Laura Hartman also serves as Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and as Research Director of DePaul’s Institute for Business and Professional Ethics. Her work focuses primarily on global labor conditions and standards, corporate governance and culture, and the effects of technology on the employment relationship.
Pera Wells was Australia’s first female diplomat to be posted to Africa. She established the Human Rights Section and the Cross-Cultural Program in the Foreign Affairs Department in Canberra and in London she created the first Human Rights Section in the Commonwealth Secretariat. Pera Wells has devoted the last five years to building up a dynamic global network of United Nations Associations and she believes it is women who will play a major role in ensuring this continues to flourish.
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