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CPT News: Bock and Sandoz Honored with Being a Difference Awards (July/August 2015)

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Ethics Matters

July/August 2015

The NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT) recently presented Being a Difference Awards to William Bock, III of Indianapolis, IN, and John Sandoz, of Falls Church, VA.

Attorney Bock’s award presentation took place at the law firm office of Kroger, Gardis & Regas and the award was presented by Alfonzo Alexander, CPT President.

Bock is the general counsel for the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and his nomination described him as an influence for athletes to believe they don’t have to succumb to the pressures of society and sports, to use performance-enhancing drugs, to excel.

The award for John Sandoz was presented by Ryan Hirsch, CPT Operations Manager, at the annual Faith in Action award dinner for the International Center for Religion and Diplomacy in Alexandria, VA.

"Mr. Sandoz has lived his life dedicated to public service and the pursuit of a secure future for America," said Hirsch. "He remains devoted to the training and mentoring of leaders throughout America and the international community. He empowers these individuals to create conditions for collaborative problem-solving and peaceful coexistence. It is an honor to recognize him as a Being a Difference Award recipient."

Being a Difference Award presentations for Kevin Brown and Jonathan Porter will take place later this year. To learn more about these award recipients, visit

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