Dr. DAVID W. GILL

DAVID W. GILL is founder and principal of EthixBiz Consulting (www.ethixbiz.com) based in the San Francisco, California, Bay Area. He is a widely-experienced veteran and respected expert in organizational ethics. He has consulted for Harris & Associates Construction and Project Management (Concord CA), Swedish Covenant Hospital (Chicago), the East Bay Municipal Utility District (Oakland CA), Nikon Precision, Inc. (Burlingame CA), Paradise Foods (Corte Madera CA), UNext.com (Chicago) and many other for-profit and non-profit organizations.

He has been invited guest lecturer on ethics in business and corporate settings, at Rotary Clubs, Chambers of Commerce, professional organizations (e.g., Society for Human Resources Management, American Marketing Association, Institute for Managerial Accounting, Project Management Association), civic and public affairs groups (e.g., the Commonwealth Club of California, the Contra Costa Council), universities, business schools, and theological seminaries across North America, Europe, and China.

He is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (BA), San Francisco State University (MA), and the University of Southern California (PhD).

During his long career as a university, business school, and seminary professor, David Gill taught business ethics to MBA students at St. Mary’s College of California (2004 to 2010), the University of San Francisco, and Seattle Pacific University. From 1977 to 1990 he was professor of ethics and dean at New College Berkeley. From 1992 to 2001 he served as Carl I. Lindberg Professor of Applied Ethics at North Park University in Chicago. And from 2010 to 2016 he was inaugural Mockler-Phillips Professor of Business Ethics at Gordon-Conwell Seminary in Boston.

He is the author of seven books, including It’s About Excellence: Building Ethically Healthy Organizations (2008/2011) and Doing Right: Practicing Ethical Principles (2004). His current book project is The God of Good Work: A Call to Revolution (forthcoming late 2017).