Annual Ethics Seminar
The Tenth Annual Ethics Seminar, Looking Forward and Looking Back, was cosponsored by the Palm Beach County Planning Congress, Palm Beach State College Center for Applied Ethics, the FAU School of Urban and Regional Planning, the FAU Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES), and a host of other organizations concerned about the ethical challenges facing elected officials as well as public and private sector professionals dealing with government, features a dynamic roster of distinguished speakers from around the State. This seminar also provides the opportunity to learn about the latest state and regional ethics reforms and about the scandalous behavior that makes Florida such an interesting and challenging place to live and work.
Tenth Annual Ethics Seminar
Palm Beach State College
Boca Raton campus
Planning Committee 2016
Left to right: Seth Behn, Esq., Frank Schnidman, Esq., Susan Coughanour, Board Member, Palm Beach Planning Congress, Frank S. Palen, Esq., Kim Ardila-Morgan, Director, Center for Applied Ethics.
Shining a Spotlight on Ethics
Through Apps, Social Media & Other New Technologies
Julie A. Tappendorf, Esq.
Transparency + Information + Empowerment = Ethics?
Left to right: Carol Marbin Miller, Senior Investigative Reporter, Miami Herald, Nancy E. Stroud, Esq., Robert Davis, Co-Organizer, Code for Fort Lauderdale, Lee R. Feldman, ICMA-CM City Manager, City of Fort Lauderdale.
A County Commissioner’s Journey
Through the Federal Justice System
Former Palm Beach County Commissioner
Public Ethics In Florida:
What’s Behind Us and What May Lie Ahead?
Left to Right: Frank G. Cassidy, CEP, Frank Schnidman, Esq., Dan Christensen, Founder and Executive Editor, The Florida Bulldog, Samuel S. Goren, Esq.