by Lucy Prebble | directed by Rachel Rockwell
Sunday Scholars Series
March 4, 2012
Following the performance, beginning at approximately 4:20 p.m.
- A free one-hour, post-show panel discussion
with experts on the themes and issues of the play
You do not need to attend the performance that day to participate in this discussion. Just arrive and enter the theater after the performance ends.
Enron Sunday Scholars Series will be moderated by Danny Postel. Mr. Postel works for Stand Up! Chicago, a coalition of community organizations and labor unions that fight against corporate welfare. He is the editor of The Common Review, the magazine of the Great Books Foundation, and a contributing editor of Logos: A Journal of Modern Society & Culture. He is the author of Reading “Legitimation Crisis” in Tehran: Iran and the Future of Liberalism (2006) and the co-editor of The People Reloaded: The Green Movement and the Struggle for Iran's Future (2011). Formerly a senior editor of openDemocracy magazine and a former staff writer for the Chronicle of Higher Education, his work has appeared in The American Prospect, Chicago Tribune, The Guardian, The Nation, and the Washington Post Book World, among other publications.
The discussion will feature:
Saqib Bhatti is a financial researcher with the Service Employees International Union’s Wall Street accountability campaign. He works closely with local unions and community organizations nationally to develop a populist critique of the banking industry’s role in the economic crisis and to quantify the impact of the crisis on communities across the country. He has written numerous reports calling on banks to do their part to fix the economy, including The Win/Win Solution: How Fixing the Housing Crisis Will Create One Million Jobs (2011). He previously worked for the Culinary Workers Union in Las Vegas, where he researched the gaming industry. Saqib graduated from Yale University in 2004 with a degree in Political Science.
David E. Morrison III, M.D.
With his extensive experience working with senior executives, Dr. Morrison was recruited to be a subject matter expert for the Institute for Fraud Prevention in 2008. Along with two colleagues, he has written a paper: Bringing Freud to Fraud, which will be published in a book with a similar title by Wiley Publishing in 2012. He has presented his ideas on the motivations of those who commit fraud in the executive ranks for international conferences on Organizational Psychiatry, as well as emotions and motivation. Working on Morrison Associates' projects since 1980, Dr. Morrison began as a full-time consultant in 1996. As Director of Medical Services and Director of Individual Consultations, his primary roles include leading individual consultations for executives, facilitating seminars, and developing new services. His current suite of education programs are integrated into a 12-week, 30-hour Leadership Academy in which judgment, teams, power, feedback, and self-awareness are tied to leadership. His courses have been adapted for internal training and education programs at these corporations: Accenture, Food Lion, Hospira, Kraft and Motorola. Dr. Morrison was born in New York City, and raised in Topeka, Kansas and Barrington, Illinois. He graduated from Northwestern University in 1988 with a degree in Spanish Literature, and in 1992 from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. His psychiatric residency was completed at University Hospitals of Case Western in Cleveland in 1996, and he was a Chief Resident his final year. Dr. Morrison is currently the President of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry. He also is a member of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry where he is on the Committee for Work and Organizations, and serves on the Board of the Tomkin’s Institute of Applied Studies of Emotion, Cognition, and Motivation. Dr. Morrison is a board certified psychiatrist.
Kelly Richmond Pope
Kelly Richmond Pope
is an Assistant Professor in the School of Accountancy and Management Information Systems at DePaul University. She received her doctorate in accounting from Virginia Tech. She is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of North Carolina. Kelly’s main research interests are in the areas of forensic accounting and whistle-blowing behaviors. Prior to joining the faculty at DePaul, she worked in the Forensic Practice at KPMG in Chicago. She was a recipient of the KPMG Doctoral Fellowship from 1997-2000. Prior to KPMG, she was a member of the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for four years. She teaches in the areas of managerial accounting and accounting ethics. She is creator of an upcoming documentary entitled Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crimes which chronicles the lives of 5 white-collar offenders.