Retired Tupperware CFO will speak at Student Center for the Public Trust meeting
Monday, March 1, 2021
Mike Poteshman, retired chief financial officer of Tupperware, will be the featured speaker during March’s virtual meeting of the OSU Student Center for the Public Trust (CPT). All students are invited to join the meeting from noon-1 p.m. March 10 (https://busokstate.zoom.us/j/4788148848 or Zoom meeting ID 478 814 8848).
Poteshman, who spent 25 years at Tupperware before retiring in 2019, will be speaking to the group about business ethics as part of the Three Stories and Some Q&A ethics series at the Spears School of Business. He will share stories about ethical issues common in his industry and field questions from students. The speaker series is sponsored by the Center for Legal Studies and Business Ethics.
The OSU Student CPT is open to all majors in Spears Business and is accepting new members. The Student CPT is an ethical leadership club created through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA). With more than 40 chapters on college campuses nationwide, Student CPT provides an interactive environment where ethical business behaviors and ideas can flourish, while creating opportunities for students to network with the business community and develop professional leadership skills.
OSU’s chapter was recently awarded the Gold Star of distinction from NASBA for going above and beyond chapter requirements.