Diane Bergeron spoke at the City Club of Cleveland with Priyanka Chaudhry, Partner at EY, and Kathleen Clyde, State Representative of Ohio's 75th District, about the gender pay gap and gender equity in the workplace.
Webson has spent his life trying to give voice to people, places and concerns that otherwise might not be heard, and that mission continues today. Webson currently serves as ambassador to the United Nations for his home country of Antigua and Barbuda.
For the first time since Case Western Reserve University established the award in 2008, the President’s Award for Visionary Achievement recognizes a family that embodies the award’s ideals of service to the university, humanity and the world: the Fowlers. Receiving the award are Charles “Chuck” Fowler, EMBA '90, Charlotte “Char” Fowler and their daughters and sons-in-law, Chann Fowler-Spellman and Edward F. Spellman, and Holley Fowler Martens and Robert F. Martens.
Robin Dubin, PhD, professor of economics, weighed in on the pros and cons of increasing Cleveland's minimum wage to $15. Among them, she explained that the increase would double the current minimum wage. "This is fairly unusual, at least in recent history," she said.
Scott Shane, PhD, A. Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies and professor of economics, responds to the proposal for crowdfunding portals to hire analysts as a way to jump-start the process of developing a secondary market in equity crowdfunding.
Gregory A. Jonas, PhD, associate professor of accountancy, with Brian R. Hogan from the University of Pittsburgh studied the restatement disclosure choices of companies to examine if executive pay structure is associated with disclosure transparency.