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Tulsa Chapter Presents: Hot Topics in Ethics Panel (Jan 24)
DoubleTree by Hilton-Downtown Tulsa
616 W 7th St.
Tulsa, OK 74127
United States
Thursday, January 24, 2019, 11:30 AM - 1:15 PM CST
Category: Tulsa Chapter Events

Hot Topics in Ethics

Are you prepared for emerging issues in business ethics?  How does a company transform what could be a dry topic into something relatable, proactive and measurable?  While tone at the top is important, how can the roles of middle management and supervisors positively impact an organization’s ethical culture?  What are some of the common missteps that each of us could be making - without even knowing it?   

Learn about innovative, proactive best practices that prevent misconduct from happening in the first place.  Join us as a team of ethics champions facilitate an informative presentation and interactive discussions that will help your organization enhance initiatives to promote integrity in the workplace.

 

 

 

Recommended for 1 CPE in Behavioral Ethics at the basic level.  
Program is suitable at the basic level for accountants who are responsible for reinforcing ethical behavior in their organizations or clients served.
  OK Ethics makes no guarantees as it is up to the individual practitioner to determine relevance to their specific area of practice.

Cathy Wiedenhoeft Grant Jackson Dr. Melissa Brevetti Kimberly Love

 Manager of Ethics and Regulatory Compliance

Chief Compliance Officer & Managing Attorney Director of Clinical Partnerships Partner
The Williams Companies ONE Gas, Inc. Langston University Titus Hillis Reynolds & Love

 

Cathy Wiedenhoeft, is Manager of Ethics and Regulatory Compliance at The Williams Companies.  She has been with Williams since 1998, holding positions of increasing responsibility within the company’s accounting, tax, and legal compliance teams until 2015, when she was named to her current position.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Aurora University, a master of taxation degree from the University of Tulsa and a Certified Compliance Ethics and Professional (CCEP) certification from the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics.

 

 

Grant Jackson is the Chief Compliance Officer and Managing Attorney for ONE Gas, Inc., a publicly traded, natural gas distribution company, which serves over two million customers throughout Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas. In his roles, Jackson has responsibility for the company’s compliance and ethics department in addition to providing counsel and advice to management on all labor and employment legal matters. He has been with ONE Gas since its spin-off from ONEOK, Inc. in February 2014, and he previously worked in the legal department at ONEOK and as a litigator in private practice.

An Arkansas native, Jackson received a bachelor’s degree in biology from Ouachita Baptist University (’08), where he was a student-athlete, and a juris doctorate with honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law (’12). He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University. Jackson is member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, the Association of Corporate Counsel, and the Oklahoma Bar Association.

Jackson is a graduate of Leadership Tulsa – Class 59 and currently serves on the Tulsa Resource Board for Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Oklahoma, in addition to serving as a big brother in the community.

 

 

Dr. Brevetti is a scholar in the field of moral development and historical virtues.  After almost two decades in education, she has taught in both private and public schooling, which includes work with special needs, urban, parochial, English language learning, homeless, gifted/talented students, and at-risk students.  After teaching several years and designing curriculum in PK-12 contexts, she taught and directed curriculum/policy in Higher Education to prepare international students for advanced and professional degrees in American Universities. Currently, she is working as the Director of Clinical Partnerships for Langston University, where she connects community resources and facilitates action research projects.  Dr. Brevetti published an international research book, Quest for a Moral Compass (2015), a children’s book of Eastern philosophy called Lighting the Path (2018), and her research areas include moral development and virtue ethics in education, as well as dozens of articles on inclusive and multicultural practices. 

She has presented her research for the International Educational Biography Society and the International Urban Education collaborative. Recently, she was elected to the Executive Board of Oklahoma Women in Higher Education and President 2016-2018 and 2018-2020 of the International Society of Key Women Educators (OKC Chapter).  For several years, she has reviewed theoretical and research articles on the Editorial Boards for the Journal of Thought and Diversity: A Journal of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies.  In 2017, she wrote an ethics curriculum for the NASA grant on extending new opportunities and moral responsibilities.  With her background in curriculum and teaching, she also serves on the International AdvancED Accreditation Team of professional educators for on-site reviews of PK-12 school systems and as a national representative for the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP).

Dr. Brevetti was selected as the “Outstanding Young Educator Award” for educational excellence and “10 for 10 Making a Difference,” which honored ten Oklahoma women who are changing the world.  Recently, she was selected for the class of 2016 Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA).

 

 

Kimberly Lambert Love is a Partner with Titus Hillis Reynolds & Love.  With over thirty years of experience, Ms. Love practices in all areas of employment law.  She is the past chairperson of the labor and employment section of the OBA, has been repeatedly selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America and named to Oklahoma Magazine’s list of Top 25 Women Super Lawyers. In 2018, Ms. Love was recognized by the Best Lawyers in America as the “Lawyer of the Year” in the area of Employment Law-Management.

  

Consider co-hosting this event or purchasing additional tables.

Member table of 8 - $500.       Non-member table of 8 - $700. 

Contact Cherry at (405) 558-1193 or Shannon at (405) 858-2233. 

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