The Museum of Public Relations has announced a new event, “Values-Based Decision Making in a Provocative Environment: The Consequences of ‘Doing the Right Thing.’” This event will take place on April 11, from 6-9 p.m.

In an era of decreasing trust and increasing questions on the value of values, communicators will have greater responsibility to serve as moral guide and corporate conscience.

Panelists include:

  • Craig Rothenberg, President, Rothenberg Communication, Moderator
  • Roger Bolton, President, Arthur W. Page Society
  • Roger Fine, Chairman, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; General Counsel (retired), Johnson & Johnson
  • Joyce Herneghan, Chief Communication Officer (retired), GE
  • Jack Leslie, Chairman, Weber Shandwick
  • Bill Nielsen, Corporate Vice President, Chief Communication Officer (retired), Johnson & Johnson
  • Michael Sneed, Worldwide Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Johnson & Johnson
  • Erica Southerland, Assistant Professor, Communications, Howard University

This event is produced by the Museum of Public Relations, and will be held at Baruch College, 55 Lexington Ave (At 25th Street), Room 14-220, New York City.

Register on the Museum of PR site here.

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