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Conference Explores Ethics of Persuasion

The ethics of persuasion, in fundraising, politics, the marketplace and the community, was explored with discussions and panel presentations at Florida Tech’s 17th annual Business Ethics and Leadership Conference April 27. Sponsored by Harris Corp. and Community Credit Union and hosted by Florida Tech’s Nathan Bisk College of Business, the event featured talks and presentations from Michael Seeley, president of the Health First Foundation; Kendall T. Moore, managing partner at Moore Eavenson Baughan PLC, Attorneys at Law; Lori Booker, communications director at Orlando Melbourne International Airport; Tom Haynie, a business major at Florida Tech; Cheryl Mall, public information officer for the City of Melbourne; Roy Milton, a longtime Harris Corporation employee where he specialized in program/financial management and ethics; and Matt Reed, assistant superintendent – government and community relations, Brevard Public Schools.

Pictured: Kendall Moore speaks about persuasion in politics during the Business Ethics and Leadership Conference.

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