The purpose of the Center's Student Leadership and Ethics Board (SLEB) is to foster a culture and safeguard a tradition of principled leadership throughout the Columbia Business School community. 

Working with Bernstein Faculty Leaders, staff, alumni, and other student clubs, members of the Board develop, organize, and promote high-profile speakers through the Montrone Seminar Series on Ethics as well as sponsor Leadership and Ethics Week, various panels, and experiential leadership development opportunities throughout the year. Additionally, the board works with faculty and staff to assess, develop, and institute the Business School’s leadership curriculum, providing critical feedback and suggestions to strengthen the student perspective.

These initiatives provide our Board members with the opportunity to interact closely with distinguished speakers, panelists, alumni and professors, as well as directly contribute to the student experience surrounding the topics of leadership and ethics. Our work cultivates leadership, builds character, and promotes ethical decision-making at Columbia Business School ensuring graduates are prepared to lead the future of work with broad perspectives and deep understanding for how their choices impact the world.

If you are interested in applying for the Board, please review our requirements and recruitment timeline.  For more information, please contact [email protected].