The Institute’s professional staff is dedicated to the mission of renewing and enhancing the link between ethical behavior and business practice through the Institute’s executive education programs, practitioner-focused research and outreach activities.
Dean W. Krehmeyer is the Executive Director of the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics. He is responsible for the design, development and implementation of major research and instructional projects in the field of business ethics, including program conceptualization, strategic design of educational and research programs, coordination of the Institute’s Advisory Council – a body comprised of CEOs from major corporations and leading academicians in ethics, and communication with the media and corporate clients.
Krehmeyer is the co-author of the Institute report, “Breaking the Short-Term Cycle: Discussion and Recommendations on How Corporate Leaders, Asset Managers, Investors, and Analysts Can Refocus on Long-Term Value.” He also has facilitated Institute seminars for Boards of Directors and senior corporate executives, specifically in the areas of corporate governance and business ethics. Mr. Krehmeyer is a regular commentator in the media, including Fortune, CFO Magazine, NPR Marketplace, Financial Times, New York Times, BBC World News, and CNBC.
Mr. Krehmeyer is a Certified Public Accountant and has over fifteen years of financial and managerial experience. Prior to joining the Institute, Krehmeyer was a Manager with A.T. Kearney, one of the world’s largest management consulting firms. While at A.T. Kearney, he focused largely on finance transformation and operations strategy projects for Fortune 500 companies, working with senior executives in designing and implementing initiatives that added value to all of the client’s stakeholders. Krehmeyer was also previously with Deloitte & Touche LLP, a global public accounting firm, in Business Advisory & Assurance Services.
Mr. Krehmeyer holds an MBA from The Darden School, where he was awarded the William Michael Shermet Award for Academic Excellence. He also holds an M.S. in Accounting and B.S in Commerce, both from the University of Virginia.
Brian Moriarty is Director at the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics where he oversees the Institute’s research activities and leads the Project on Public Trust in Business, a joint initiative with the Arthur W. Page Society. The Institute is housed at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business where Moriarty teaches Management Communications in the full-time MBA program, and Darden Executive Education.
Moriarty is responsible for leading strategic, market-facing activities with corporate and partner association audiences, as well as serving as a primary spokesperson of the Institute. He is an author of the highly-regarded report, The Dynamics of Public Trust in Business—Emerging Opportunities for Leaders.
In 2010 and 2011 he was selected one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America. He has presented at a variety of academic and business forums, including the US Chamber of Commerce, the Society of Business Ethics, the Institute for Public Relations, and the Tuck School’s Symposium on Communications.
Moriarty is editor of the forthcoming book Public Trust in Business, a volume of leading research to be published by Cambridge University Press. His articles on public trust in business and government have been featured in publications such as the Washington Post and Forbes.
Prior to joining the Institute, Brian worked in communications at the University of Virginia’s Darden Business School and at Wake Forest University. He has extensive experience in strategic planning, communications and higher education.
Brian holds a B.A. in Political Science and English Literature from Boston College, an M.A. in Religious Studies from Wake Forest University and is completing a Ph.D. in Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. His academic work focuses on the relationship of narrative to perception, performance excellence and organizational action.
In his leisure time, Moriarty enjoys adventures with his family and coaching youth baseball and basketball. He is on the board of the Carson Raymond Foundation, a non-profit sports-based youth development organization named in honor of one of his former players.
Maggie Morse is an Associate at the Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics. Maggie works on a variety of Institute projects, including academic partnerships, programs, research and outreach. Prior to joining the Institute, Maggie worked as a Client Operations Manager for the Executive Education team at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia, where she was responsible for the administration and coordination of Executive Education programs. She gained extensive expertise in program management from several years of working in the music industry, providing publicity and production support for musical tours. Maggie holds a B.A. in History from the College of William & Mary.