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Developing Effective Ethics Initiatives: A Conversation with Jasmin French, Senior Manager of Global Ethics and Compliance at Cummins Inc.
September 8 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
September is Ethics Month, a time to honor ethical practice as a cornerstone of the public relations industry. As public relations professionals who often serve as ethics counsel for clients or company leadership teams, it’s important to always be prepared for any ethical dilemma, large or small.
Please join us for a conversation with Jasmin French, senior manager of global ethics and compliance at Cummins Inc., to learn more about how to develop effective ethics initiatives.
- – Wednesday, Sept. 8
- – This is a hybrid event!
Join us in-person at Tinker House Events
1101 E 16 St. Indianapolis, IN 46202
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- – Virtual livestream
11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Attendees can join the event starting at 11:30 a.m.
- – Parking:
- There is a parking lot at Tinker House events, or you can park in the gravel area along Lewis Street.
- – Cost:
- $10 virtual ticket or in-person ticket with no lunch (members and students)
- $30 in-person ticket with lunch included
- – Please note:
- Lunch includes catering from Indy Fresh
- Unlimited soft drinks are available courtesy of Tinker House
REGISTER HERE: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=vbs7mrlab&oeidk=a07eihdoeekd0dc79e8
|Jasmin French is senior manager of global ethics and compliance for Cummins Inc., a global engine and power generator manufacturer. As a senior manager in the company’s global ethics and compliance department, Jasmin manages enterprise-wide initiatives aimed at maintaining a strong ethical culture at Cummins.
A former corporate lawyer, Jasmin has managed domestic and international business transactions at law firms in Indianapolis and Chicago. Jasmin also previously founded a personal branding firm, where she worked with a diverse clientele to help develop and package personal brands.
|Jennifer has been with Borshoff for 27 years and became an owner in 2007. Jennifer oversees the crisis and community relations practice at Borshoff, including providing timely strategic communications counsel, media/speakers training and crisis communications guidance that is recognized and valued by CEOs, corporate leaders and other prominent individuals and organizations.
In 2019, Jennifer was inducted into the College of Fellows, an honorary organization within PRSA comprised of 350 active senior professionals and educators. Jennifer was named to Indianapolis Business Journal’s Women of Influence and is a member of Stanley K. Lacy Leadership Series class 31. She serves as chair of the board of the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana and is past president of the board of Early Learning Indiana, the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana, and of the Hoosier Chapter of PRSA. Dzwonar also serves on the boards of the Faith & Action Project and the Indy Chamber.