Jeff Green is an expert on ethics. Perhaps more accurately, he’s an expert on the absence of ethics…epic ethics failures…ethical conduct gone kaput. From abuse of power to use of prostitutes, Russian brides to bribery, conflict of interest to contractor fraud, Jeff chronicles these true tales as the current editor of “The Encyclopedia of Ethical Failure,” published by the United States Department of Defense.
As a senior attorney in the Standards of Conduct Office, part of the Office of General Counsel at the DoD, Green edits the Encyclopedia, which is used as a training manual for government employees and senior officials.
Mr. Green will be the keynote speaker for the 14th Annual Greater Dallas Business Ethics Award luncheon on May 8 at the Westin Galleria Dallas. Fresh, frank and funny, Jeff’s presentation draws from his favorite cases of ethical failure for an engaging look at why ethical conduct is so important, and how it can sometimes become quite complicated.