Oct. 16, 2009
Anil Singh-Molares, founder and CEO of EchoMundi LLC, will present the 2009 Woodrow Wilson Lecture Wednesday, Oct. 28, at Luther College.
The Singh-Molares presentation, “Ethical Considerations of Outsourcing,” will be at 7 p.m. in Luther’s Center for Faith and Life Recital Hall. The program is open to the public with no charge for admission.
During his five-day visit Oct. 26-30, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Singh-Morales will also give classroom lectures, a brown bag luncheon and present other opportunities for dialogue.
Singh-Molares’s lecture, part of the Luther Center for Ethics and Public Life's lecture series, “Capitalism in the 21st Century. Sustainable? Ethical?,” focuses on capitalism in the 21st century, and will specifically discuss outsourcing and the ethics involved.
Singh-Molares founded EchoMundi LLC, an international services company focused on international consulting, market research and product development. EchoMundi serves several well-known companies such as Mattel, Toyota and IBM, and handles a broad range of projects including media and journalism, games, software, automotive, medical, pharmaceutical, legal and toys.
He graduated with distinction with a bachelor’s degree in English literature and philosophy from the University of Rochester in Rochester, N.Y., and holds the master’s degree in comparative religions from Harvard University. Singh-Molares also holds the international baccalaureate degree from the United Nations International School in New York City.
The Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows visit is sponsored by Luther’s Sense of Vocation program, Dean’s office and the Center for Ethics and Public Life.
For more than 35 years, the Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellows program has brought prominent artists, diplomats, journalists, business leaders, and other nonacademic professionals to campuses across the United States for weeklong residencies of teaching and dialogue with students and faculty members.
Through an intensive program of classes, seminars, workshops, lectures and informal discussions, the fellows create better understanding and new connections between the academic and non-academic worlds.