Mission

The Saint Anselm College Center for Ethics in Business and Governance (CEBG) seeks to enrich the knowledge and practice of principled ethical behavior on the part of individuals and corporations in society by engaging important questions and issues in business ethics. Grounded in Saint Anselm's Catholic liberal arts tradition, the Center will employ a non-partisan and non-ideological approach to encourage students, alumni, business and nonprofit leaders, and civil servants to become ethical leaders in New Hampshire and beyond.

People

Leadership

Max Latona, Executive Director
Kyle Hubbard, Program Director

Academic Steering Committee:

Loretta Brady, Psychology
Dan Daly, Theology
Kyle Hubbard, Philosophy
Jennifer Kelber, Econ. and Business
Dale Keuhne, Politics
Max Latona, Philosophy
Mike Matheis, Econ. and Business
Elaine Rizzo, Criminal Justice
Kathleen Cahill, Nursing
Mike Salter (ex officio) Chair of CEBG Advisory Board

CEBG Advisory Board:

Chair Mike Salter, form. CEO EMC Japan Asia Pacific
William Brewster, Vice President Harvard Pilgrim
Joseph Carelli, President of Citizens Bank, NH & VT
Sylvio Dupuis (form. Mayor of Manchester)
William Dell'Orfano (President of Sector Capital)
Mark Dell'Orfano (General Counsel, Sector Capital)
Jeremy Hitchcock (Co-founder, former CEO of Dyn)
Michael Martin (Principal, MDM Ventures)
Connie Roy-Czyzowki (VP of Human resources, Northeast Delta Dental)
Kenneth Sinclair (Hewlett Packard, Easter Seals)
John Truslow (Director of Ethics at BAE Systems)

Ethics in Governance

Stewardship and Investor Education Forum
Founding Advisory Board:

Rich Sigel - Chairman
McLane Law Firm

Sharon Carson
New Hampshire State Senator

Gray Chynoweth
Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute

Brian Grip (PDF/130KB)
Bank of America

Donna Soucy
New Hampshire State Senator

Paul Montrone - Past Chairman
Perspecta Trust

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.

Contact

For more information about the Center for Ethics in Business and Governance at Saint Anselm College, please contact us at ethics@anselm.edu or 603-641-7230.