Please join the Wharton Club of the National Capital Region on Tuesday, January 24, 2023 for a virtual lunch time conversation with Kevin Werbach and Rob Morgan to discuss trends in block chain and digital assets, opportunities for businesses, and how to think about ethical challenges in this emerging space.
Kevin Werbach teaches business ethics at Wharton as the Liem Sioe Liong/First Pacific Company Professor and serves as the Chair of Wharton's Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department. Professor Werbach's research interests include blockchain and digital assets, Internet policy, ethics of artificial intelligence, and gamification. Professor Werbach is a recognized leader within his areas of research interests and serves on many councils and editorial boards. He has testified in front of Congress on topics related to blockchain and digital assets.
Rob Morgan is the CEO of the USDF Consortium, a membership-based association of FDIC-insured banks advocating for the adoption and interoperability of a bank-minted tokenized deposit (USDF™) to facilitate the compliant transfer of value on the blockchain. Prior to joining USDF as the Founding CEO, Mr. Morgan spent 11 years at the American Bankers Association where he built and led the Office of Innovation, designed to help banks define their innovation strategy, identify promising startups, as well as work with policymakers to help regulation adapt to new technology and business models.
Host: Wharton Club of the National Capital Region
Date: Tuesday, January 24
Cost: Member: Free
Non-Member - $10.00
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