|May 28, 2006 Guest - Joe
Program: What Do You Want on Your Tombstone?
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graduated from Boston College with a B.A. in Political Science.
Following a year of volunteer work teaching children from low-income
families in his native Bronx, N.Y., Joe spent 11 years as a Jesuit
seminarian and priest, studying languages and earning graduate degrees
in Philosophy at Fordham University, Theology at the Weston School of
Theology, and Biblical Theology at the Gregorian University in Rome. Joe
then earned his Series 7 license and also received his J.D. from the
Harvard Law School in 1996.
In July 2004 Joe joined Notre Dame full-time as
Director for Executive Ethics in the Executive Education program at the
Mendoza College of Business. In the EMBA program, Joe teaches Business
Ethics and the Weave, a method of integrative dialogue focusing on the
value dimensions of select issues from the traditional business courses
the students are taking concurrently. In the MBA program, he teaches
Values-Based Decision Making, Negotiation, Spirituality and Religion in
the Workplace and Legal Issues in Start-Up Businesses. Joe also
facilitates community outreach efforts within the Mendoza College of
Business, consults corporations and other organizations on matters of
leadership and ethics and writes on issues of values and faith in the
Joe was also the guest on the November 13, 2005
program You Canít Buy Happiness.
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