“A Crisis of Trust? Trust in a Culture
of Suspicion and Spin”
September 16–17, 2004
Philip Lader, the former U.S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s, is Chairman of WPP Group plc, the global communications services company which includes J. Walter Thompson, Ogilvy+Mather, and Young+Rubicam. He is also a Senior Adviser to Morgan Stanley and serves on the boards of the Lloyd’s (of London), Marathon Oil, AES, and RAND Corporations, the British Museum, and St. Paul’s Cathedral.
Onora O’Neill is Principal of Newnham College, Cambridge. She lectures in philosophy and has written books and articles on ethics, political philosophy, the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, and bioethics. She is a former member and chair of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics and the Human Genetics Advisory Commission, and chairs the Nuffield Foundation. She is a Member of the House of Lords, sits as a crossbencher, and was a member of the Select Committee on Stem Cell Research.
Jürgen Moltmann is Professor of Theology Emeritus at the University of Tübingen, Germany and one of the world’s foremost religious thinkers. Among his many important and award-winning works are Theology of Hope (1967), The Crucified God (1974), The Source of Life (1997), God for a Secular Society (1998), and Experiences in Theology (2000). His The Coming of God (1996) received the 1999 Grawemeyer Award in Religion. His newest book is In The End — The Beginning: The Life of Hope (2004).
R. Gustav Niebuhr is Associate Professor in Religion and the Media at Syracuse University. Over a 20-year career in journalism, most recently at the New York Times and, prior to that, at the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, he has established a reputation as a leading writer about American religion.
Eric M. Pillmore assumed the newly created position of Senior Vice President — Corporate Governance for Tyco International in August 2002. He previously served as the Senior Vice President, CFO and Secretary of Multilink Technology Corporation.
Oliver F. Williams is Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Religious Values in Business. He is also Associate Professor of Management at the University of Notre Dame, and has authored several books on business ethics and religion.