Baruch College Zicklin School of Business logo Zicklin Logo
Personal tools

Talking accountability

The Government Accountability Project’s annual American Whistleblower Tour will make a stop at Baruch College on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The 2014-2015 line up includes a variety of distinguished speakers who will discuss their experiences with whistleblowing.The Government Accountability Project’s annual American Whistleblower Tour will make a stop at Baruch College on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The 2014-2015 line up includes a variety of distinguished speakers who will discuss their experiences with whistleblowing. Jon Oberg is a former Department of Education researcher, who uncovered and raised awareness on the improper payment of “hundreds of millions in federal subsidies” to student lending companies, according to The New York Times. Another guest, Sherron Watkins, former vice president of the Enron Corporation, was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year in 2002, along with Coleen Rowley and Cynthia Cooper, for her actions against the accounting scandal that took place in the company.The Government Accountability Project’s annual American Whistleblower Tour will make a stop at Baruch College on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The 2014-2015 line up includes a variety of distinguished speakers who will discuss their experiences with whistleblowing. Jon Oberg is a former Department of Education researcher, who uncovered and raised awareness on the improper payment of “hundreds of millions in federal subsidies” to student lending companies, according to The New York Times. Another guest, Sherron Watkins, former vice president of the Enron Corporation, was named Time magazine’s Person of the Year in 2002, along with Coleen Rowley and Cynthia Cooper, for her actions against the accounting scandal that took place in the company.

Convergence – Past, Present and Future

The Ticker
BY Micheal Roach
New York (October 20, 2014)

The Government Accountability Project’s annual American Whistleblower Tour will make a stop at Baruch College on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The 2014-2015 line up includes a variety of distinguished speakers who will discuss their experiences with whistleblowing.

Jon Oberg is a former Department of Education researcher, who uncovered and raised awareness on the improper payment of “hundreds of millions in federal subsidies” to student lending companies, according to The New York Times. Another guest, Sherron Watkins, former vice president of the Enron Corporation, was namedTime magazine’s Person of the Year in 2002, along with Coleen Rowley and Cynthia Cooper, for her actions against the accounting scandal that took place in the company.

 

To continue reading click here.

Copyright © 2014 Baruch Ticker, All rights reserved

cuny Logo cuny Logo
Baruch College/CUNY | Zicklin School Of Business | 646-312-1000 | Copyright © 2014
One Bernard Baruch Way, New York, NY 10010 ( 55 Lexington Avenue at East 24th Street, NYC )

FAQ | News | Events Listing | About This Website | Text Only