Covid 19 Message: As a 100% online institution, there has been no interruption in operations. Faculty and staff are working remotely to serve our students' needs.
Return to CLU's home page.
Menu
Search
Contact
Menu
Search
Sign-In
Donate
Contact
 
  • ABOUT
  • |
  • HISTORY
  • |
  • CLU AT A GLANCE
  • |
  • LEADERSHIP
  • |
  • #WEARECLU
  • |
  • CONNECT
ABOUT CLU MENU
  • ABOUT
  • HISTORY
  • CLU AT A GLANCE
  • LEADERSHIP
  • #WeAreCLU
  • CONNECT
X
ABOUT CLU
ADMISSIONS
CONTACT CLU
CAPSTONE PROJECT
OTHER
FACULTY
CLU NEWS
ORGANIZATIONAL PARTNERSHIPS & SCHOLARSHIPS
CURRENT STUDENTS
close (x)
Search Claremont Lincoln University
X
close (x)
Contact Claremont
Lincoln University
X
Request More Information
First
First name required
Invalid first name
Last
Last name required
Invalid last name
Email
Email address required
Invalid email address
Phone
Phone is required
Invalid phone number
Area of interest…
Please choose a program.
By sending this form, you give Claremont Lincoln University your consent to use automated technology to contact you, without obligation, via email, phone and text, using the information above, in regards to educational services. Privacy Policy
Sending…
Call CLU at (909) 667-4400
Email CLU
Apply Online to CLU
close (x)
Episode 8: It’s More Than Money–Find Your North Star
September 14, 2020


In this episode of the Leaders Who Learn podcast produced by Claremont Lincoln University, we talk with Rob Chesnut, former General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer at AirBnB, and author of Intentional Integrity: How Smart Companies Can Lead An Ethical Revolution.  Rob talks about finding your "North Star" as an organization and how contributions to the community are about more than money.  He also touches on diversity, inclusion, and why we all must make little sacrifices to get through Covid-19.

Rob is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the University of Virginia.  He worked for 14 years with the U.S. Justice Department, including 10 years as an Assistant United States Attorney in Northern Virginia.  As a federal prosecutor, Rob ran the Major Crimes unit and prosecuted a wide variety of cases, including bank robberies, kidnappings, murder, and drug trafficking organizations.  He handled the prosecution of CIA, FBI and other employees of the intelligence community for espionage, including CIA employee Aldrich Ames.  He is the recipient of the Justice Department’s John Marshall Award for litigation, and the CIA’s Outstanding Service Medallion.