The challenges of maintaining trust in an increasingly volatile world will be the focus of "Values-Based Decision Making in a Provocative Environment: The Consequences of Doing the Right Thing,” an April 11 panel discussion being sponsored by the Museum of Public Relations.
Moderated by Rothenberg Communications founder Craig Rothenberg, the discussion will look at the growing role that senior communications and corporate affairs professionals play in expressing the values of the organizations they work for.
The panelists include: Arthur W. Page Society president Roger Bolton, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation chairman Roger Fine; former GE chief communication officer Joyce Herneghan; Weber Shandwick chairman Jack Leslie; Bill Nielsen, corporate VP, CCO (retired), Johnson & Johnson; J&J worldwide VP, corporate affairs Michael Sneed; and Erica Southerland, assistant professor of communications at Howard University.
The 6 p.m. event will take place at Baruch College on 55 Lexington Ave. (at 25th St.), room 14-220 in Manhattan. For more information about attending or being a sponsor, go to the Museum of Public Relations website.