Noyes joins panel to discuss Geopolitical Risk for Fisher's Risk Institute
Dorothy Noyes, Director of the Mershon Center for International Security Studies, was among the panelists at a pivotal discussion titled 'Geopolitical Risk: Current & Future State.' Hosted at the Fisher College of Business's Mason Hall Rotunda, the event was a collaborative effort presented by The Risk Institute, the Center for International Business Education & Research (CIBER), and the Mershon Center for International Security Studies at The Ohio State University. The session convened industry and academic experts, including Adam Barbina, Geostrategy Lead at EY Geostrategic Business Group; Ben Bain, Director of the Special Competitive Studies Project; and Fernando Unzueta, Associate Vice-Provost at the Ohio State Office of International Affairs, to explore the complex geopolitical landscape and its wide-ranging impacts. The discussion covered national security, supply chain management, and essential goods pricing. With an interactive fireside chat and attendee participation, the panel aimed to shed light on the risks, security challenges, and innovations shaping organizations in our increasingly interconnected global society.