Roni Jackson is a national speaker and experiential marketer who makes learning an adventure. She currently serves as Co-CEO of Red Flag Mania, pushing boundaries in traditional education to empower learners to be problem-solvers and critical thinkers. By infusing cultural awareness and theory into experiential education, she creates emotional connections between learners and topics. Roni is an award-winning marketer recognized for her ability to create unforgettable experiences that engage and excite.
Morgan Hamel is the President of MH Partners Inc., a boutique consulting firm adept at helping leaders appreciate and communicate moral nuance to build stakeholder trust and long-term value. With experience in corporate ethics (11 years in the ethics office of a large organization), academia (Master’s Degree in Applied Ethics from Utrecht University in the Netherlands) and ethical entrepreneurship (founded an ESG-centric ethical fashion marketing company that generated $1M in responsible sales in its first corporate year), Morgan and her associates offer clients a business-focused, ethics-rooted perspective on reputation management that doesn’t exist elsewhere.
is an experienced entrepreneur and skilled business executive with extensive experience in ethics, compliance, and risk as well as business process and strategy. She has been on and worked with a variety of boards and leadership teams of organizations in both the private and public sector to implement enterprise risk management and compliance frameworks and has authored many internal policies, including codes of conduct to help build strong ethical cultures.
, PhD, CPA, CA, is an associate professor at the University of Waterloo, School of Accounting and Finance. She joined the school in 2012 after completing her PhD at the University of Alberta. Her published and current research focuses on the effect of organizational controls and governance on ethical reasoning, and accounting ethics and the influence of corporate governance on auditor effectiveness. Through her work as Director of the Centre for Accounting Ethics she speaks and facilitates conferences on ethics research and teaching.
Dr. Robert Steinbauer, PhD, CPA-TN (inactive) CISA is an Associate Professor of Business Ethics in the Goodman School of Business at Brock University. His mission as an educator is to develop new teaching approaches that enhance student experience and foster knowledge retention. In line with this mission, he recently led a team of scholars and, with funding provided by eCampus Ontario, developed multiple VR and computer simulations to teach students about workplace harassment and leadership. His research focuses on ethical leadership, ethical decision making, and mentoring and is published in top-tier academic journals. Before joining academia, he worked for Deloitte in Memphis, TN as an enterprise risk services consultant.
Kelly Richmond Pope, PhD, CPA, is an Associate Professor in the School of Accountancy and MIS at DePaul University in Chicago, IL and founder of Helios Digital Learning, Inc. Kelly is the creator and executive producer of the award winning educational white-collar crime documentary Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crime. Her current documentary, All the Queen’s Horses which chronicles the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history, will be released August 2017. She was selected by the TED Ed team to develop a teaching lesson on "How People Rationalize Fraud” which can be found on the TED Ed website. Her TEDx talk “Why We Hate Whistle-blowers” discusses the whistle-blower dilemma and the need for whistle-blowers in fraud discovery.