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New England Chapter of GPA: Ethics for the Grant Professional
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New England Chapter October 29 webinar: Ethics for the Grant Professional

 Export to Your Calendar 10/29/2020
When: October 29, 2020
10:00 AM-11:00AM EDT
Where: Online webinar, login details will be sent in the event registration confirmation email
Contact: Larisa Pazmino

Online registration is available until: 10/29/2020
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As grant professionals we face ethical decisions in many aspects of our work. The webinar will deconstruct the Grant Professionals Association Code of Ethics and detail why it’s important to maintain ethical standards in every aspect of our grant related work. The webinar is also an opportunity to discuss the ways in which grant professionals may effectively address ethical challenges. Case examples and best practices will guide the presentation on an often misunderstood topic. Scot Scala, GPC, M.Ed., and GPA Approved Trainer, has been a fund development professional since 1989. He is President and Senior Consultant of Scala & Associates, a consulting firm specializing in providing services to nonprofit organizations. With offices in Avon, CT and Fort Lauderdale, FL, the firm provides expertise in grant funding research and proposal design, board training and education, fund development planning, and capacity building. Ethics is the very underpinning of Mr. Scala’s work. He instructs ethics and best practices to individuals working in nonprofit, education, healthcare, government, and other related sectors from throughout North America. He is an award winning consultant and highly-regarded lecturer who frequently presents top-rated workshops sponsored by regional, national, and international groups such as the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Soroptimist International of the Americas, Chamber of Commerce, and Grant Professionals Association.


Attendance at this meeting qualifies for one point for CFREs and GPCs