Moderator: Matthew Caulfield: Dr. Caulfield is an Assistant Professor of Management at West Chester University and Chair of its College of Business & Public Management’s PRME Advisory Board. His research revolves primarily around corporate social responsibility and normative business ethics.
Ian M. Dunham: Dr. Dunham is an Assistant Professor of Business and Society/Sustainable Business in the Management Department in the Lam Family College of Business at San Francisco State University. His research explores economic inequality, financial inclusion, and poverty.
Ignacio Pavez: Dr. Pavez is currently Assistant Professor at the School of Business and Economics at Universidad del Desarrollo, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in organization development and change, team development, leadership, appreciative inquiry, and corporate sustainability. His research focuses on the foundations and practices of positive organizational change, the study of teams in organizations, the effect of appreciation in human organizing and change, and how organizations can integrate sustainability into their business strategy to become agents of world benefit. He holds a PhD in Organizational Behavior from Case Western Reserve University.
Junghoon Park is a Ph.D. candidate in Management at the Zicklin School of Business, Baruch College, the City University of New York. He investigates mechanisms through which firms respond differently to grand challenges society faces—such as climate change and human health—and how they can better manage their social and environmental impacts in light of progress toward the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. His research has been published in Journal of International Business Studies, Business & Society, and AIB Insights.
Jacqueline Tilton: Dr. Tilton is an Assistant Professor in the Management Department at Appalachian State University where she teaches Business Ethics and Diversity topics. She earned her PhD from the University of Arkansas as the Frank & Donna Oldham Doctoral Fellow and was recognized as the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher. Her research relates to the Sustainable Development Goals of reducing inequality and ensuring decent work and economic growth for all. Much of her research focuses on socioeconomic diversity in particular and the mechanisms that serve to mitigate or exacerbate organizational and societal inequality.
Carson Young: Dr. Young is an Assistant Professor of Management in the School of Business and Management at SUNY Brockport. He received his Ph.D. in 2019 from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School. His research focuses on topics at the intersection of business ethics and strategic management, labor, and consumption.