About the Awards
WPR is a proud partner of the Ethics in Business Awards, sponsored by the American Foundation of Counseling Services
Ethics in Business Luncheon
Thursday, November 15
KI Convention Center, Green Bay
920.437.8256 for reservations
The American Foundation of Counseling Services (AFCS) founded and is hosting the Ethics in Business Awards to foster a climate of ethical integrity in northeast Wisconsin, to heighten awareness of the AFCS within the business community, and to raise funds for the AFCS's healing work.
The awards will be presented at a luncheon event on Thursday, November 15 at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay. The awards luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:10 p.m., and seats are available for $50 per person or $450 for a table of ten. The keynote speaker for the event will be Mark Murphy, President & CEO of the Green Bay Packers. Bill Jartz, WBAY-TV anchorperson, will serve as Master of Ceremonies. The Cornerstone Foundation of Northeastern Wisconsin will serve as the Presenting Sponsor of the event. To reserve seats, contact Annah Dugan at (920) 437-8256 or email@example.com. Visit americanfoundationonline.com. for more information.
About the Recipients
Harold Maier will be presented with the 2012 award in the Individual category. Harry is a long-time resident of Green Bay and is retired after a 42 year career in the newspaper business. He is described as a "community man" and has a focus on how he can help make Green Bay better. He believes that living ethically involves doing the right thing all of the time, not just as single decisions.
Hear the thoughts of Harold Maier click here
The Animal House will be presented with the 2012award in the Business category. The Animal House provides five core services: veterinary care, boarding, daycare, grooming and training. It is one of the few veterinary care facilities that still provides house call service and home euthanasia to ease the stress and grief felt by pet owners. They belief that every pet owner should have access to basic veterinary care, with fair fees, and regardless of their ability to pay. The culture is built on the importance of relationships rather than profit to drive growth when dealing with both customers and staff.
Hear the thoughts of Dr. Pat Warpinski of the Animal House click here
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC)
will be presented with the 2012 award in the Not-for-profit category. NWTC is a two-year technical college that serves NE Wisconsin by providing education, training and life-long learning opportunities for individuals and businesses leading to the development of a skilled workforce. NWTC was recognized for their value in true transparency as a distinguishing characteristic and emphasize transparency and ethics on the front side of decisions and changes and follow-through to ensure this culture is built. And for responding consistently and in an ethical manner during both good and bad times and are good stewards of tax payer dollars and always bid contracts legally and ethically even when pressured by vendors who have made donations, performed previous work, etc.
Hear the thoughts of Jeff Rafn and Sandy Ryczkowski click here
About the Sponsors
The American Foundation of Counseling Services
was established in 1965 by George Kress and Norman Vincent Peale with the original goal of providing training and counseling education to clergy and congregations in northeast Wisconsin. Today, the AFCS provides outpatient counseling to all individuals, regardless of their insurance coverage or ability to pay. The organization is also a state-licensed child placing agency, providing intensive out of home placement for children that have been victims of abuse or neglect or who have delinquency issues. The AFCS continues to work closely with the faith community in the area by providing pastor leadership groups, premarital counseling workshops, marriage enrichment seminars, and individual consultation to clergy and church leadership teams. The AFCS is affiliated with The Samaritan Institute of Denver, Colorado.
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