"Building a Better New Hampshire" Roundtable Series
The CEBG holds periodic ethics events open to the public on the Saint Anselm College campus. Our schedule of past events is available here.
- "Is Shared Ownership a Better Model?" with Howard Brodsky, Roberta MacDonald, Tara Reardon, & Max Latona, October 22, 2019 (free with breakfast)
Funded by Ethics in Governance
Is the shared-ownership model more impactful or ethical than alternative corporate forms? Shared-ownership companies, known as cooperatives, make billions of dollars in annual revenue in the United States every year. Could they change the face of the New Hampshire economy?
8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m., Auditorium, N.H. Institute of Politics
- "Turning a Profit While Doing Good: Ethics in a Capitalist Economy" with Max Latona & Annabel Beerel, date TBA (small fee, includes breakfast)
This stimulating and provocative seminar is the first of a four-part series moderated by Annabel Beerel and Max Latona that investigates some of the most pressing ethical issues of the times. Come and participate in a mini-seminar that will raise your consciousness to new heights as you wrestle with intriguing ethical challenges that confront our lives today.
8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m., West Wing, N.H. Institute of Politics