Winston Center

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

To live an ethical life is to be held accountable for history.
Cathy Park Hong, Poet

The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics, founded in the spring of 2006, was made possible by the generosity of Bob '60 and Judy Winston. The Center, housed within the Carroll School of Management, serves the entire Boston College community. The Center engages students, faculty, staff, and alumni in the intellectual exploration of leadership and ethics in business and society. The Center focuses on three critical areas to best fulfill its mission, live programs, student development and leadership programs, and research.

SPRING 2022 PROGRAMS

*I Belong: Christine Montenegro McGrath '87, February 10, 11:00 AM, Via Zoom
*Brennan Symposium: Brandon Fleming, February 17, 4:30 PM, By Invitation Only
Chambers Lecture: Rosa Brooks, March 1, 6:00 PM, Gasson 100
*I Belong: John Barros, March 22, 12:00 PM, Fulton 515
*I Belong: Liz Pierre, SSW'24, March 30, 12:00 PM, Fulton 515
*I Belong: Juan Lopera '99, April 6, 12:00 PM, Fulton 515
Clough Colloquium: Gov. John Kasich, April 7, 4:00 PM, Murray Room (Yawkey Center)
Winston Collaboration: Quinton Zondervan, April 19,  6:00 PM, Devlin 101

*Event is for undergraduate students only

From the director

A leader is someone who inspires and empowers others to lead. Leadership is about being authentic, humble, vulnerable, and serving with integrity. The Winston Center is committed to helping our students find their essence to become the ethical and inclusive leaders they aspire and need to be for society and the common good.
Monetta Edwards, Director