ICSB 'Leading in a Healthcare Crisis — Developing a Knowledge Toolkit for Leading Through Uncertain Times' Conference Report Published 
The findings of a virtual conference hosted by GWSB and the International Council for Small Business (ICSB) this summer, “Leading in a Healthcare Crisis — Developing a Knowledge Toolkit for Leading Through Uncertain Times,” have been published and are available in the latest issue of ICSB’s Small Business Horizon.
The event, chaired by Ayman El Tarabishy, Management Department deputy chair, professor of management and ICSB executive director, brought together more than 30 expert guest speakers to explore the challenges facing society from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The conference was designed for GWSB Healthcare MBA students to help them plan and develop leadership skill for crisis situations.
The conference featured two tracks of presentations on a wide variety of topics, ranging from effective leadership at the local level to telemedicine, ad hoc crisis team formation, leading change in medical education, emotional intelligence and more. “Healthcare crises pose unique challenges,” Dr. Tarabishy said. “The tools offered at the conference will provide leaders from the front lines to the meeting rooms with the essential knowledge required to lead soundly through any crisis that may arise.”
Getting to Know Your Colleague...
Name: Jungho Suh
Title: Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor
How long have you been at GWSB? This is my first semester at GWSB.
Job duties: I teach undergraduate and MTA courses in hospitality management, digital marketing in hospitality and tourism, destination management, travel marketing communications, and conference and exhibition management.
What do you like to do on weekends? I like going to the theatre, art galleries, and fine restaurants. I also love to travel on weekends.
Family: Single
A favorite book: Zero to One by Peter Thiel
A favorite movie: Nora Ephron movies and Parasite
A favorite musical performer, song or album: Jamie Cullum, Momentum
Something my co-workers don’t know about me: I studied judo for a year. 
GTB Fall 2020 Schedule
Next week on George Talks Business, Annamaria Lusardi, university professor of economics and accountacy and academic director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center, will interview Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz, MBA '87, board chair and president of the Charles Schwab Foundation, on Wednesday, from Oct. 23, 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. Please visit the GTB page to register for the live stream on the GWSB Facebook page or YouTube channel and for information on the guests scheduled for Fall 2020.
Sept. 30 – Sandeep Dadlani, Chief Digital Officer, Mars, Inc.
Oct. 5 – Afsaneh M. Beschloss, Founder and CEO, RockCreek
Oct. 8 – Baroness Joanna Shields, CEO, BenevolentAI
Oct. 14 – A. Michael Spence, Nobel Laureate in Economics
Oct. 22 – Larysa Kautz, Interim President & CEO, Melwood
Oct. 28 – Eric Hylton, Commissioner of the Small Business/Self-Employed Division, Internal Revenue Service
Nov. 5 – Sam Priyadarshi, Principal and Global Head of Portfolio Risk and Derivatives, Vanguard
Nov. 18 – Nate Morris, Founder and CEO, Rubicon
Dec. 2 – Stephanie von Friedeburg, Chief Operating Officer, IFC

Denit Trust Challenges in Corporate Governance panel presentation,The Ultimate Challenge: What Makes a Corporate Board Effective and What Does Not,” presented by the Business and Law program and GWSB’s Institute for Corporate Responsibility, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. ET
Financial Literacy Seminar, Franco Peracchi of Georgetown University will present his paper, “Are People Aware of Their Cognitive Decline? Misperception and Financial Decision Making,” Thursday, Sept. 17, 3:30-4:30 p.m. ET. Click here for more information and to register. The Financial Literacy Seminar Series is a joint presentation by the Federal Reserve Board and the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center.

Annamaria Lusardi, Denit Trust Chair, university professor of accountancy and economics, and academic director of the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal article, “The Biggest Money Mistakes People Make in a Recession.”
Sarah LaRosa, assistant director of Global and Experiential Education program, Robin Tarpley, Department of Accountancy chair and associate professor of accountancy, and Yun Zhang, associate professor of accountancy, were quote in a GW Hatchet article, “Business school officials revamp accountancy capstone program.”

Katina Sawyer, assistant professor of management, was interviewed for a Harvard Business Review podcast, “Cultivate a Trans-Inclusive Workplace.”
Miguel Lejeune, professor of decision sciences and professor of electrical and computer engineering, received a two-year National Science Foundation grant of $250,000 for “Collaborative Research: Foundations for Improving Resilience in the Energy Sector against Wildfire.” Dr. Lejeune will be the co-principal investigator for the project.
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