Erika Cheung is one of the top whistleblowers who reported Theranos’ bogus medical tests to federal regulators. Since then, Cheung has co-founded and is the executive director of Ethics in Entrepreneurship, a non-profit organization that develops resources and ethics training for future technology leaders to learn to recognize and act on ethical issues. She is also the program director of Betatron, a Hong Kong-based early stage venture capital firm. Cheung’s in-person event will take place from 6-7 p.m. today, Nov. 9, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center and live via Zoom.
Please register here for the event (in person and online).
The lecture series is produced by the Walton College Business Integrity Leadership Initiative and focuses on the fundamental principles of business ethics that create trust in business and society at large. Each series of lectures is accompanied by a book of the semester.
The Fall 2022 Let’s Talk program is all about speaking up and expressing your values. The program teaches you to speak up when something seems wrong and create a culture where people are empowered to do so. The program provides concrete examples of what the action of two high profile whistleblowers, Sherron Watkins, Enron whistleblower and Cheung, looks like. These speakers will share what they have learned from their experiences to help you prepare to act when and if you face similar ethical dilemmas in the future.
About the Business Integrity Leadership Initiative: The initiative strives to foster a culture of integrity and promote thought leadership and research among scholars, students and business leaders to address the ethical challenges inherent in our increasingly growing business world. complex. To learn more about our Let’s Talk program and to watch or listen to our video and podcast series, visit the Business Integrity Leadership Initiative website.