Faith & Ethics in the Executive Suite Series
The "Faith & Ethics in the Executive Suite" series is hosted on the Princeton University campus, it is a series of live public conversations with CEOs and senior executives of various religious backgrounds is now in its fifth year. Through live interviews with leading executives and public figures, moderated by David Miller Ph.D., we learn about the role their faith tradition plays in shaping and informing their leadership style and ethics.
Civilizing the Economy Conference
In April 2010, FWI hosted its first national conference on the Princeton campus, titled "Civilizing the Economy: A New Way of Understanding Business Enterprise?" With roughly 200 attendees, the conference featured 17 renowned speakers and panelists, including CEOs, economists, business school deans and professors, shareholder activists, and religion scholars. The goal of the conference was to consider the practical and theological ramifications of Pope Benedict XVI's 2009 encyclical on the economy, Caritas in Veritate (Love in Truth). The encyclical served as a provocative springboard for a constructive conversation about religion, ethics, and the marketplace and the leadership and operational issues they raise.