MBA Research Holds First High School Ethics Summit

MBA Research and Curriculum Center Holds First High School Ethics Summit at Great Oaks Career Campuses

Area High School Business Students Attending

MBA Research and Curriculum Center (MBA Research) is pleased to hold the 2022 High School Ethics Summit on Wednesday, April 20, 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. ET, in Cincinnati, Ohio. This event is being hosted by Great Oaks Career Campuses at their District Office Conference Center, 110 Great Oaks Drive, Cincinnati, OH, 45241.

Participating schools include Anderson High School (OH), Harrison High School/Great Oaks (OH), Harrison County Area Technology Center (KY), Princeton High School/Great Oaks (OH), and Withrow High School (OH). A total of 24 business students are scheduled to attend with their instructors.

“We’re so excited to be holding our first ever High School Ethics Summit at Great Oaks Career Campuses,” says Holly Atha, MBA Research President/CEO. “We’re looking forward to immersing students in the importance of ethical principles in their school life, their social life, and their eventual work and careers.”

Sponsored by the Daniels Fund, a foundation in Colorado supporting principle-based ethics education, the event is designed to give high school students direct interaction with business professionals while learning more about ethics in business.

The High School Ethics Summit will include presentations by business and industry professionals, immersive activities, and time for student Q&A. At the heart of the event are the eight ethical principles outlined by the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative: Integrity, Trust, Accountability, Transparency, Fairness, Respect, Rule of Law, and Viability.

Business and industry participants include the following:

  • Lyle Rupp (President of Marketing, Snowie, LLC, and Adjunct Instructor, University of Cincinnati)
  • Jordan Nishizaki (Founder/President, J.Nish Consulting, and Diverse Network)
  • Raymond Weaver (Senior Diversity Analyst, CoverMyMeds, and Chief Operating Officer, Diverse Network)

For more information, contact Stephanie King, Director of Business Engagement at MBA Research: (614) 486-6708;


About MBA Research & Curriculum Center

Established in 1971, MBA Research and Curriculum Center (MBA Research) is dedicated to supporting educators in the preparation of students for careers in the areas of business administration, including business management, finance, and marketing. A not-for-profit operated by a consortium of state education departments, MBA Research utilizes a systems approach to product development that supports the teaching of business, which focuses on research, industry-validated standards, curricula, instructional resources, assessments, and professional development. Learn more at

About the Daniels Fund

The Daniels Fund, established by cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, is a private charitable foundation dedicated to making life better for the people of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming through its grants program, scholarship program, and ethics initiative. The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative delivers principle-based ethics education and reinforces the value of ethical business and personal conduct. Learn more at