The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics, housed within the Carroll School of Management, engages the Boston College community in the intellectual exploration of leadership and ethics in business and society through speakers, student leadership programs, and research.
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Celebrating Black History Month
“Change will not come if we wait for some other person, or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.”
Spring 2024 Events
Wednesday, February 21
Fulton Honors Library
presented with the Shea Center
Thursday, February 22
4:00 PM | Heights Room
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.”
Winston Center News
Black Lives Matter
The Winston Center for Leadership and Ethics, like many around the world, grieves with the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and the countless other men and women who have experienced and continue to endure hate and violence because of the color of their skin. We believe that Black lives matter, and we stand with the Black community and all of those who are fighting for justice on our campus, across our nation, and around the world to dismantle the legacy of oppression and systemic racism.
As we go through these challenging times, we are reminded about how important it is to have and maintain a dialogue that addresses issues of discrimination, white privilege, racism, and the trauma that accompanies it. At the Winston Center, we bring speakers with diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences to campus, and we remain committed to continuing on this path and engaging in these courageous conversations with our students and the rest of the BC community. Racism does not just affect Black people and other People Of Color; it affects all of us. We have to be committed as a community to be agents of change. Together, we will move closer to becoming a just and equal nation.
Say Their Names!
Stop AAPI Hate
The Winston Center stands united with the AAPI Community to condemn hate and racism.