Y Ethics Matter, Inaugural Ethics Forum - Half-day event

Apr 30, 2021, 3:15 – 7:30 PM

The BYU Management Society's mission is to Grow Moral and Ethical Leadership. Join us for our first annual half-day event to to learn and discuss ethical challenges today. Due to Covid, we want to insure everyone's safety, so this will be a virtual, FREE event. We look forward to hosting a live event in the future.

About this event

Y Ethics Matter

Finding Clarity in Chaos

Every day in our professional and personal lives we strive to make decisions that reflect sound moral values and ethical reasoning that demonstrates good integrity.  Come hear and learn from business, government, and education leaders.  After a year of challenges relating to a pandemic, a turbulent election, and issues of social justice the theme for this forum is Finding Clarity in Chaos.   We have endeavored to bring you speakers that will inspire, educate, and create connections for our attendees to explore the role of morals and ethics in our world today.  We know you welcome an opportunity to associate with an institution that:

  • Helps you leverage your ability to influence moral standards to reflect standards that are best for society
  • Expands your sphere of influence and advance your leadership opportunities
  • Provides you with a means of creating and deepening relationship with others who share your values

Event Format

This inaugural event will be entirely virtual.  The link will be sent just prior to the start of the event via email to those who have registered.

DATE: Friday, April 30, 2021

TIME: 8:30 am to 12 noon (Arizona time)

We realize that 3.5 hours is a long time and we are planning for two 10 minute breaks.

Continuing Professional Education Credits

This event has been created to provide attendees an educational opportunity and should be eligible to received professional educational credit for up to 3 CPEs and up to 2 ethics credits in your professional field.  Please check with your professional association to confirm the criteria necessary to qualify for CPE.


  • Brad Agle

    Brigham Young University

    Ph.D, Romney Institute of Public Service and Ethics

  • Timothy Coons

    Copper Canyon Law


  • Melissa Dalton-Bradford

    Mormon Women for Ethical Government

    Founding Board Member

  • Sharlee Glenn

    Mormon Women for Ethical Government


  • Matt Salmon

    Arizona State University

    Vice President, Government Affairs


  • Christopher Spear

    EOS Worldwide

    Chapter President June 2022 - June 2024

  • Will Craghead

    Ark Family Health, Whole Life OS, Mt. Graham Regional Medical Center

    President - Elect June 2023 -

  • Jane Andersen

    Programs - Leader Committee

  • Jeffrey Risenmay


  • Joe Whitfield

    Edward Jones

    Scholarship Committee

  • Sean Morris

    Scholarship Committee

  • Richard Moon

    Moon Vending Services


  • Derek Allred

    Pickleball Event

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