Keynote Speaker: Chuck Malkus
A global business strategist, best-selling author and TV producer, Chuck Malkus is president of Malkus Group. After building his career as a marketer for Broward County and Broward Health, he has spent the past 24 years assisting Fortune 500 companies with protecting and enhancing their brands.
Chuck is an executive producer for the hit Netflix series Heist and his book, Full Circle: The Remarkable True Story, is the basis for an Emmy-nominated ESPN documentary. He has been featured with another book, The Ultimate Ponzi, on CNBC’s American Greed and Investigation Discovery’s Guilty Rich.
His leadership with the importance of ethics includes serving as a keynote speaker for the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics. Woven into his corporate acumen is a specialization in community engagement and he is the Co-Founder of Neighbors 4 Neighbors, an international disaster relief organization. He has also served as a board member for the American Red Cross, Junior Achievement and Nova Southeastern University, among several others.
Chuck has been published in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Street, Financial Advisor Magazine, Miami Herald, Daily Business Review and Tampa Bay Times. His website may be found at www.chuckmalkus.com
Chuck will share the hallmarks of good citizenship; integrity; values and ethics with unique cases, along with personal experiences. He demonstrates how choices relating to community and social responsibility may lead to either professional success or failure for an organization.
A new appreciation for the values associated with ethical choices will be gained relating to an organization’s culture and values. His descriptions include Scott Rothstein’s operation, one of the most ruthless Ponzi schemes in U.S. history, a $1.4 billion theft to finance his opulent lifestyle. Hundreds of careers and lives were impacted.
He will also explain what happens when there is a lack of attention given to protecting an organization’s assets with the back story of Heist, which includes our country’s largest airport theft.