The Dreier Chair in Accounting Ethics Distinguished Speaker Series welcomes Steven Burdick, executive vice president and CFO of Tetra Tech, for a presentation titled “Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Challenges and Opportunities” on Tuesday, September 26th at 7:15 p.m. in Hilton 100.
The changing regulatory and political environment presents new challenges and opportunities for environmental, social and governance practices. Steven will discuss Tetra Tech’s business model; sustainability initiatives and sustainability reporting; the impact of the changing regulatory and political environment on environmental, social and governance practices; and shareholder value and long-term investment returns.
Tetra Tech is a premier worldwide consulting and engineering firm, focusing on water, environment, infrastructure, resource management and energy, and international development services. As CFO, Steven is responsible for operational finance and accounting, treasury, tax, financial reporting, internal audit and governance, mergers and acquisitions, and investor relations. Prior to joining Tetra Tech, Steven served in various executive financial management roles with TRW and Aura Systems. He began his career with Ernst & Young LLP where he served as a senior manager and focused on clients in the aerospace & defense, high tech, and engineering & construction industries. Steven is a CPA and graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.S. in accounting/business administration.
The Dreier Chair in Accounting Ethics Distinguished Speaker Series is funded by the R. Chad Dreier Chair in Accounting Ethics and is part of the activities and events of the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainability (IBES) at Loyola Marymount University. (Note: This was formerly the Center for Accounting Ethics, Governance, and the Public Interest’s Distinguished Speakers Series.)
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