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Letter from the Executive Director

Board Member Vote Results + Registration for 2024 Chicago Conference is Now Live

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Dear SBE members,

First, the registration for the 2024 Chicago conference is now up and ready, so you may register at any time. You can find it here. We are very excited about our plenary speaker, Eric Posner (U. Chicago). We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

The board also wanted to announce the results of the recent vote for board representation.

Rosemarie Monge (U. St. Thomas) will be serving for the 2023-2028 term beginning immediately. Joé Marntineau will begin her term at the August 2024 Chicago meeting for the 2024-2029 term. We are grateful for their willingness to serve the Society, and the board looks forward to working with them! The board also thanks Brad Agle and Brian Berkey for their willingness to stand for election as well. SBE is blessed to have so many talented and generous members.

Rosemarie Monge is an Associate Professor in the Ethics & Business Law department in the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas. She has a Ph.D. in Ethics & Legal Studies in the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Her research interests include normative questions at the intersection of moral and political philosophy and business ethics, including the role of common morality in business ethics and the relevance of the doux commerce thesis for business ethics. Throughout her career, she has been very grateful for the scholarly fellowship offered by SBE and has long appreciated the Society’s efforts to create and maintain a space where normative and empirical scholars from a variety of fields can discuss one of the thorniest areas of contemporary life while benefiting from one another’s insights. She is honored to serve as a board member working to continue this tradition.

Joé T. Martineau is Associate Professor of organizational ethics at HEC Montreal, the business school affiliated with the University of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada. She has a profound commitment to fostering ethical awareness and decision-making among organizational actors and business students. In her role as the Co-Chair of the Emerging Scholar program, she has proudly served the Society for Business Ethics since 2016. Throughout her 7-years tenure, she has been dedicated to nurturing the next generation of scholars and advancing the program to foster an inclusive community of new scholars to join our esteemed Society. This experience, coupled with her dedication to advancing the field, drove her desire to serve on the board of the Society for Business Ethics.

I hope you all have a blessed break and time to celebrate and reflect with family and friends.

All the best to you and yours!

Andy Gustafson