The Webcast from the interview with Bill Powers '79, on May 30, 2014 is now available.
William C. Powers ’79, was interviewed by David W. Miller, Director of the Faith & Work Initiative in Princeton’s Center for the Study of Religion, exploring the role of faith and ethics in the executive suite. Bill is currently a philanthropist and investor, managing several private equity funds with a focus on real estate and consumer goods. Formerly, he served as a member of the Ex
The Webcast from the interview with Ralph Izzo, Chairman, President and CEO, PSEG, on October 3, 2013 is now available.
Learn about Princeton FWI's Faith & Ethics in the Executive Suite Interview Series: http://www.princeton.edu/faithandwork/media/ethics-in-the-executive-suite/
Are Government and Business Friends or Enemies? The “Occupy Wall Street” movement presents a great opportunity for thoughtful discussion on business ethics and social justice at large. What is the purpose of the financial services industry? Is it merely profit maximization, or is it the creation of goods and services for the common good? What is the role of government in regulating the finance industry? How do we reclaim healthy forms of capitalism and reform its deviant forms?
Over the next several weeks The High Calling will be publishing a series of articles profiling the life and work of David Miller, Director of the Princeton Faith & Work Initiative. The first article " A Personal Journey Becomes a Professional for David W. Miller" can be viewed here.
The second article in the series "Avodah and the Faith at Work Movement" can be read here.
The third installment "Uncompromising Ethics", can be read here.
The Princeton Alumni Weekly recently wrote a feature story on the Princeton Faith & Work Iniative. 'When God Comes to the Office' covers the history of the Faith & Work Initiative and the story of Initiative Director, David W. Miller. Click here to read more.
The Webcast from the interview with Max Anderson, Co-founder and Author, The MBA Oath on March 31, 2011 is now available.
The Webcast from the interview with John Bogle, Founder, Chairman, and CEO (ret'd), Vanguard Funds on May 27, 2011 is now available.
About "The Mountain House Statement"
In July 2010, as part of the Caux Round Table, Dr. David Miller joined 11 other scholars from the three Abrahamic faith traditions - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - to the organization's birthplace in Caux, Switzerland. The scholars hosted a dialogue to discern and discuss core themes on social questions as a framework for assessing and responding to the global economic crisis that is affecting people, businesses, communities, and other