Webinar: Introducing the Ethics Project - Tuesday, June 7, at 3 p.m. Eastern Time
Many professional organizations create codes of ethics for their members to use in the working world. What would a code of ethics look like for public-sector communicators and what values would we include? What are ethical challenges facing public-sector employees in general, and communicators specifically? We'll review the content of existing codes of ethics for public relations, advertising and marketing professionals, and we will begin laying the groundwork for developing a code of ethics to be considered for use by 3CMA members.
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Presenter: Jacqueline Lambiase, Ph.D.
Jacqueline Lambiase, Ph.D., is associate professor and director of the School of Strategic Communication at TCU. She is co-director with Dr. Laura Bright of the Certified Public Communicator program at TCU, in partnership with the Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers. She teaches courses in writing, research, ethics, case studies, and advocacy.
For over 10 years, she has consulted with or spoken to diverse groups about earning their share of discussion in social media and public relations opportunities. These groups include TAMIO, 3CMA, the Texas Municipal League, the Texas City Management Association, the Dallas Regional Chamber, communicators with the City of Austin, managers for the cities of Abilene and San Angelo, Children's Medical Center-Dallas, the American Heart Association, Texas Instruments, and UT-Southwestern Medical Center.