Announcement of New Board Leadership 2022

The Robert S. Hartman Institute is pleased to announce new board leadership and additional administrative support to continue to advance our mission and vision of changing the world for the better.


The Robert S. Hartman Institute Elects New Board Leadership

Knoxville, TN — March 4, 2022

The Robert S. Hartman Institute is pleased to announce our new board leadership and additional administrative support.

Suzie Price, of Priceless Professional Development, submitted her resignation from the Board President position at the end of January 2022. With deep gratitude for the immense dedication she gave to the position and to the institute as a whole, the board accepted her resignation and solicited volunteers for an Interim Board President from our current board members.

Marit Höppner (Hamburg, Germany) and Edward “Eddie” Korbal (Marlton, New Jersey, United States) will serve as Interim Co-Presidents of the board. We are enthusiastic about their willingness to step up and serve for the remaining two-year term before the election of a new Board President. Additionally, we are thrilled for our leadership team to reflect the global nature of our membership base.

We are also pleased to welcome Terry Alston Jones as Executive Administrator of the institute. Terry will be instrumental in contributing to the ongoing goals and growth plans for our membership base and pursuit of making Dr. Hartman and formal axiology famous.

About The Robert S. Hartman Institute

The Robert S. Hartman Institute was founded in 1976 as a non-profit research organization. Its mission is to collect, compile, preserve and protect in unity and solidarity information concerning and related to formal and applied axiological value foundations and legacy (value theory) of Robert S. Hartman. Learn more at

About Robert S. Hartman (1910 – 1973)

Dr. Hartman was a philosopher, professor, and business person who pioneered the science of values (”axiology”) as a field of study. He was nominated in 1973 for the Nobel Peace Prize. Hartman's work in the science of values serves as a tool for understanding human character—it has been used by business people, leaders, executive coaches, psychologists, political scientists, economists, and philosophers. His lifelong quest was to answer the question “what is good?” and his answer has left us with a profound and powerful science that has the potential to shape the future of humanity in its many endeavors.

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