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Ethics Matters

Q3 2020

Saying the last few months have been an adjustment, is frankly an understatement. Businesses and schools have had to rethink and retool everything, and so has the NASBA Center for the Public Trust (CPT). The CPT transitioned from in-person to virtual speaking engagements for students and professionals, and modified the annual student conference to offer an online event. Now, the CPT is discussing the adjustments needed to support StudentCPT chapters at colleges and universities that have made the decision to offer only online courses or limit the number of students on campus in the fall.

These changes have forced the CPT staff to revisit goals and strategies around how the organization will grow its footprint on college campuses and provide ethical training to professionals. With virtual classes and meetings becoming the norm, CPT staff have asked how they can engage other businesses, institutions, and organizations to champion the public trust by advancing ethical leadership.

To further the CPT’s mission during this time of change, your support is critical. Are you affiliated with colleges and universities that you can make an introduction for the CPT to offer a StudentCPT chapter? Are you actively involved with businesses or organizations that you can recommend the Ethical Leadership Training program for their employees and leadership team? Have you made your personal commitment to the CPT and encouraged others to do the same?

Please direct your introductions to Sedrik Newbern, Operations Director, at Contributions can be made today by visiting or mailed to: NASBA Center for the Public Trust, P.O. Box 306272, Nashville, TN 37230.

Thank you for your continued support of the CPT!