Leading with Values at Providence College

Open to all students from colleges and universities throughout the state of Rhode Island, we hope you will join Alex and Ani CEO Giovanni Feroce and Alex and Ani University President Dennis Rebelo for “Leading With Values Rhode Island Collegiate Conference” on Saturday, February 23rd at Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

The second annual Rhode Island Collegiate Conference on Values-Based Leadership, presented by the Providence College School of Business and co-hosted by Alex and Ani University, the conference is set to offer attendees a valuable opportunity to come together and explore the choices and challenges that are inherent to effective values-based leadership.

Through interactive workshops and presentations, participants will examine their own values, attitudes and beliefs, while benefitting from varying perspectives, peer support and the guidance of leaders and ethical thinkers from Rhode Island’s own business community. Participants will contemplate what type of human being they wish to be when they lead, helping them to develop the conviction to live out those values in their leadership with purpose and integrity. ​

Dennis Rebelo will be part of the opening and closing remarks and Giovanni Feroce will be giving the opening address. Other speakers include Vice President of Student Affairs at PC Kristine Goodwin, Dean of PC School of Business Sylvia Maxfield, Chair and Professor of PC School of Business/Department of Management Matthew Eriksen, Executive Director Capital Good Fund Andy Posner, and CEO and Founder Dean’s Beans/Author Java Trekker Dean Cycon.

For more details visit Providence College’s website here.

Contemplate what type of human you wish to be when you lead.

Explore the choices and challenges that are inherent to effective values-based leadership.

Grow from varying perspectives, peer support and the guidance of values-based leaders from Rhode Island’s own business community.

Prepare to become the next generation of ethical business leaders.