Member Price: $195 | Non-Member Price: $195
This event is a joint partnership between the Pennsylvania Chamber's Educational Foundation and the Pennsylvania Bankers Association. Every company needs to not only understand today’s financial picture, but have some type of barometer that looks at the impacts of attracting talent, organizational culture and leadership with which to help forecast what may happen on the national and international economic fronts. Knowing the trends moving forward helps companies make effective decisions in hiring, financial reserves, anticipating new products and services, marketing strategies, and interacting with customers.
Renowned for their exceptional customer service, no matter which Chick-Fil-A you walk into, every employee is focused on taking care of the customer. How does the company develop and sustain this culture through all of their franchisees, and to every employee? We will hear from the company’s first female officer who built this successful program of recruitment, selection, training and retention of talent.
The National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) facilitates and enhances US counterintelligence efforts and awareness by enabling the counterintelligence community to better identify, assess, prioritize and counter intelligence threats from foreign powers, terrorist groups, and other non-state entities; ensures that the counterintelligence community acts efficiently and effectively; and provides for the integration of all US counterintelligence activities. The Assistant Director of the NCSC will provide his unique perspective on dealing with the threat China poses to U.S. businesses today.
The Annual Economic Forecast and Business Leadership Summit brings together some of the nation’s most respected economic forecasters, most successful leaders in organizational culture and team building, and those protecting against global threats to U.S. businesses. All designed to provide insights that will help executives understand the influences on today’s economy to be able to plan for the future:
None of the ticket price is available as a charitable contribution.
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|Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy||CPEs(PX177225) - Group Study||3|
|Continuing Legal Education Board||CLEs||3|
4650 Lindle Rd | Harrisburg, PA 17111-2426
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Stuart G. Hoffman is senior economic advisor for The PNC Financial Services Group. In this role, Hoffman works with PNC clients to provide expert analysis and forecasts for national, regional and global economic and financial trends. Prior to being named to his new role in April 2017, he served as PNC’s chief economist and was principal spokesperson on all economic issues. Hoffman has been recognized as one of the most accurate economic and interest rate forecasters in the prestigious Wall Street Journal economic survey covering the 1988 to 2016 period.
Hoffman joined PNC in 1980 after a six-year tenure with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. He became vice president and senior economist for PNC in 1987 and was elected senior vice president and chief economist in 1991. He has been frequently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times and Barron’s. He has been a regular guest on CNBC and Bloomberg TV, and has been regularly interviewed by the Associated Press, Reuter’s news wire services and NPR.
Hoffman is the past president and lifetime member of the American Bankers Economic Advisory Committee, which meets regularly with the Federal Reserve Board of Governors chaired by Jay Powell. He also serves on the board of directors of The Economic Club of Pittsburgh, the local chapter of National Association for Business Economics (NABE), and VisitPITTSBURGH. Hoffman is a member of the University of Cincinnati Foundation board of trustees.
He is a 1971 graduate of Pennsylvania State University. He received a master’s degree in 1973 and a doctorate degree in economics in 1975, both from the University of Cincinnati, where he was a Charles Phelps Taft Memorial Fellow. In 2004, the University of Cincinnati honored him as a Distinguished Alumnus and in 2011 presented him with The Carl Lindner Award for Outstanding Business Achievement.
Dee Ann Turner is a 33-year veteran of Chick-fil-A, Inc. Prior to retirement in 2018, she was Vice President, Talent and Vice President, Sustainability for Chick-fil-A, Inc. Selected as the company’s first female officer in 2001, she was instrumental in building and growing Chick-fil-A’s well-known culture and talent systems. During her long career, she worked closely with Chick-fil-A’s founder, S. Truett Cathy, and other key leaders as an architect of their organizational culture. Turner was responsible for thousands of selections of Chick-fil-A Franchisees and corporate staff members. Additionally, she led Talent Management, Staff Learning and Development, Diversity and Inclusion, Culture and Engagement. Most recently, Turner launched and led the Sustainability function focusing on Chick-fil-A’s strategy to implement sustainable practices at the $10.5 billion company.
Today, she leads her own organization, Dee Ann Turner, LLC, writing books, speaking to over 50 audiences per year and consulting and coaching leaders globally. She is the author of the best seller, It’s My Pleasure: The Impact of Extraordinary Talent and a Compelling Culture. Her latest book Bet on Talent: How to Create a Remarkable Culture and Win the Hearts of Customers was released in September 2019.
She is a graduate of Clayton State University where she received a degree in Management. She also completed executive education courses at Emory University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Virginia’s Darden Business School. She is a 2009 alumnus of the prestigious Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.
urner has served numerous non-profit boards including The Kenya Project, Eagle Ranch and Proverbs 31 Ministries. She has also served on the board of advisors for Lubbock Christian University and First Care Clinics. Currently, she serves on the board of advisors for Unconventional Business Network Women.
Joseph Morosco, serves as the Assistant Director of the National Counterintelligence Directorate at the National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC). In this capacity, he leads the development of strategies, plans, and integration initiatives to advance the Intelligence Community’s (IC) counterintelligence mission and address the needs of U.S. Government decision makers. His office also directs and coordinates the activities of the National Counterintelligence Officers, who serve as IC focal points for regional and functional counterintelligence mission areas. Prior to joining NCSC, Morosco served as the Principal Deputy National Intelligence Officer (NIO) and Deputy National Intelligence Manager for Military Issues at the National Intelligence Council (NIC), where he oversaw IC analysis and collection on global military and security issues and orchestrated strategic assessments of foreign military forces and capabilities.
Morosco joined ODNI in 2005, where he served for two years as a senior officer on the NIC warning staff responsible for transnational issues. From 2007 through 2012, Morosco served as Deputy NIO for Military Issues at the NIC, where he led IC analysis on a range of military and security issues, including the military capabilities of state and non-state actors and terrorist and weapons smuggling networks in the Near East. He subsequently served at the National Counterterrorism Center as the Planning and Evaluation Chief in the Office of National Intelligence Management, where he oversaw implementation of the Unifying Intelligence Strategy for Counterterrorism.
Morosco served as an intelligence officer at the Defense Intelligence Agency prior to joining ODNI. He spent three years at DIA’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center, serving as an intelligence liaison to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, Director of Operational Test and Evaluation. Additionally, Morosco spent two years on the National Security Council staff as one of two DIA officers assigned to the White House Situation Room, where he led a team of military and civilian officers responsible for providing current intelligence and crisis support to the President and his senior staff. Morosco also served in DIA’s Operational Intelligence Coordination Center, providing intelligence support to deployed military units in Afghanistan during the first phase of Operation Enduring Freedom.
Prior to joining the federal government, Morosco served as a consultant to several Department of Defense clients. He worked for Science Applications International Corporation, providing analytic support to the Director for Developmental Test and Systems Engineering in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. Morosco also served as a consultant to the U.S. Navy’s Program Executive Officer for Undersea Warfare and the F-18 foreign military sales program manager at the Naval Air Systems Command. Morosco holds degrees from James Madison University, George Mason University, and the National War College.