The Ethics in Governance (EIG) Forum is concerned with governance and the intersection of Business, Politics, and Ethics. As such, we incorporate a representative voice from each of these disciplines to inform our program.
The Forum features programs on topics related to governance, leadership, social responsibility and the common good, reflecting our mission of “inspiring a culture of ethical integrity within organizations and working to improve personal financial literacy.”
Staff and Oversight
Dr. Kyle Hubbard
Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Program Director, Center for Ethics in Society
Dr. Hubbard advises the Forum, focusing on ethical concerns and aligning the academic side with the public programming. He helps to promote EIG programs on campus among faculty and students, and takes a lead role with EIG speaker programs. Dr. Hubbard contributes to the EIG blog on topics of contemporary relevance in ethics and governance.
Dr. Dale Kuehne
As a Senior Fellow for the Ethics in Governance Forum, Professor Kuehne also advises on programs and seminars to advance campus and community-wide dialogue and debate on questions concerning ethical decision-making in governance. Dr. Kuehne served a three-year appointment as the second Richard L. Bready Chair of Ethics, Economics, and the Common Good at Saint Anselm College, from 2009/10 – 2012/13 and is Vice Chair of the State of New Hampshire Executive Branch Ethics Committee. He is an ordained minister by the Evangelical Covenant Church of America. His current research focuses on examining a world that advances relational health in politics, economics, families, and friendship.
Ann plans and executes Forum programs, activities, and events from conception to successful completion, implementing changes and interventions to ensure project goals are achieved. She attends to program logistics, financial planning, and vendor management. In collaboration with project staff and partners, she further develops programs and activities in accordance with the mission and strategic direction of the EIG Forum to advance reach.
Jeff Eisenberg (ex officio), Chair of Advisory Board
Jeff Eisenberg (President, EVR Advertising), Chair
Janice Baker (VP Commercial Business Operations, Harvard Pilgrim)
Ernesto Burden (VP and Publisher, McLean Communications)
Jeffery Burke (form. Senior VP, Fred C. Church Inc.)
Joseph Carelli (President of Citizens Bank, NH & VT)
Nina Chang (VP Finance, Silvertech)
Dean Christon (Executive Director, New Hampshire Housing)
Jason Cole (VP & General Counsel, Catholic Medical Center)
Mark Cronin (Ex Officio, Dean and Interim VP of Academic Affairs, Saint Anselm College)
Sylvio Dupuis (form. Mayor of Manchester)
Ken Goodchild (form. Managing Director, Marsh and McLennan Companies)
Ryan Hvizda (Principal, Hvizda Realty)
Linda Johnson (Attorney and Director at McLane Middleton)
Michael Martin (Chief Operating Officer, Pinnacle Mortgage Corp.)
Susan Martore-Baker (President of Wealth Management, Cambridge Trust Co. NH)
Rashida Mohamed (Victim Witness Advocate, Manchester Police Department)
Connie Roy-Czyzowski (VP of Human Resources, Northeast Delta Dental)
Laura Simoes (Executive Director, Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications)
Donald Stokes (Program Coordinator, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Endicott College)
We appreciate all our donors!
All Metal Industries
Jeff & Irene Burke
Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation
Paul & Kathleen Casey
Richard Donchian Foundation
Charles Koch Foundation
Institute for Humane Studies
Max & Rosie Latona
Carol & Dan McGuire
New Hampshire Housing
Northeast Delta Dental
State Street Corporation
Funding for the Ethics in Governance programs comes from a $2 million endowment created by the N.H. Secretary of State's Office and the Center for Public Responsibility and Corporate Citizenship awarded to Saint Anselm College in 2013. The Endowment was created from a settlement reached between the New Hampshire Securities Bureau and Tyco International, LTD in 2002 and is administered by the University of New Hampshire Foundation.