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  • Fundraising ethics: jeopardy

    Questions related to fundraising can fall into a grey area. How do you navigate to maintain ethical boundaries for yourself and donors? Join us for Jeopardy to discuss the ethical challenges advancement professionals face.

    Christie Cotterill will lead the group through Ethics Jeopardy to introduce or refresh participants' knowledge of AFP's Code of Ethical Standards: https://afpglobal.org/ethics/code-ethics. Audience members will be split into teams to answer ethical questions related to many of the bullet points included in the Code of Ethics. The end of the session will feature time for questions from the audience about ethical challenges they have faced.

    Christie Cotterill, CFRE

    Christie CotterillChristie Cotterill is the Associate Director of Development and Alumni Relations at Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. Go Cougs! In this role, she builds relationships with donors and alumni in western Washington and helps people find their philanthropic passion. She also runs Rabies Free Africa and the One Health Clinic in Seattle.

    Prior to starting at WSU, Christie was the Individual Giving Manager at the Seattle Aquarium with a special fondness for the Pacific Giant octopus. She's also worked at Northwest Center and especially enjoyed supervising people of all abilities. While living in Los Angeles, she worked with Kids With A Cause.

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