Two Belmont students recently attended and presented at the Center for Public Trust (CPT) National Conference in Baltimore. Vince D’Ambrogi, a Dallas native and junior majoring in management, and Denee Headen, a senior from Hendersonville majoring in marketing, participated in the event that focuses on ethical leadership and decision-making to equip students from leadership roles in their CPT campus chapters.
More than 60 students, from 26 chapters, attended the conference. During their time in Baltimore, D’Ambrogi and Headen were assigned to teams and given a scenario in the pharmaceuticals industry to analyze. Studies focused on a variety of topics including bribery, international business norms and ethical dilemmas. After review, the teams acted as consulting firms and informed the organizations how to move forward with solutions.