Dean, Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University
Lynn Perry Wooten is Dean and Professor of Management and Organizations for Cornell University’s Dyson School. Prior to joining Cornell, she was on the faculty at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business for almost two decades.
Lynn’s current research bridges theory and practice and focuses on positive organizing routines, diversity management practices, and crisis leadership. Her research has been published in notable journals and she is the co-author of Leading Under Pressure: From Surviving to Thriving Before, During, and After a Crisis. Lynn is an alumna of the University of Michigan (PhD). She received her BS from North Carolina A&T State University and her MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
Political philosopher Michael Sandel will set the table for the CEP conference with an engaging and incisive look at the appropriate role of money and market-based dynamics in a just society. Sandel will explore the question, what is the role of philanthropy in a society in which too much is for sale? And what are the limits of what money can and cannot do?