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Fair Chance Hiring: From Ethics to Implementation
Join us as we continue to explore the intersection of ethics and the future of work. In the first webinar of 2023, we will focus on the challenges and opportunities surrounding ethical hiring and retention practices for people who have experienced incarceration. Our expert panel will explore both practical and ethical considerations from the perspectives of organizations, job candidates, and society.

CHES®, SHRM & CPH Credits Available

Mar 27, 2023 12:00 PM in Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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Matthew Wynia, MD, MPH, FACP
Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities @University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
Dr. Wynia’s career has included developing a research institute and training programs focusing on bioethics, professionalism and policy issues (the AMA Institute for Ethics) and founding the AMA’s Center for Patient Safety. His research has focused on novel uses of survey data to inform and improve the practical management of ethical issues in health care and public policy. He has led projects on a wide variety of topics related to ethics and professionalism, including understanding and measuring the ethical climate of health care organizations and systems; ethics and quality improvement; communication, team-based care and engaging patients as members of the team; defining physician professionalism; public health and disaster ethics; medicine and the Holocaust (with the US Holocaust Memorial Museum); and inequities in health and health care.
Harris Rollinger
Senior Program Manager for Opportunity Talent @KeHE Distributors
Harris is a Senior Program Manager for Opportunity Talent with KeHE Distributors and was formerly the Co-Founder and Director of the Colorado Fair Chance Hiring Initiative, a unique partnership between the Colorado Attorney General's Office, the Colorado Department of Corrections, and the Latino Coalition for Community Leadership with a mission to reduce recidivism and improve public safety through employment. Harris has also served as the Executive Director of Entrepreneurship for All (EforAll) Colorado, a consultant for Centura Health and Unify America, and prior moving to Denver he worked for Combined Jewish Philanthropies, overseeing their community innovation and entrepreneurship strategy. He lives in Arvada with his partner, Kristin and their dogs Beaumont & Gordon. A graduate of Clark University, Harris has also performed stand-up comedy (opening for John Oliver in college) and rode a 1950’s Amtrak train across the country with social entrepreneurs from around the world!
Candice Sporhase-White
Director of Programs @Second Chance Center, Inc.
Candice Sporhase-White has over 20 years of senior leadership experience. She is passionate about leveraging this experience and her professional network to help change the landscape around fair chance hiring and remove barriers to employment for justice-involved individuals. She believes that providing a pathway to a mortgage-paying career is a cornerstone of reducing recidivism rates and breaking cycles of incarceration. Candice has served on multiple non-profit boards and mentored youth for over two decades. A Colorado native, Candice has worked in the areas of banking and finance, supply chain logistics, and workforce development. When Candice isn’t working you will find her at a sporting event, with family and friends, or traveling.