Announcing Ethics CE Module on Conducting the Conversation of Philanthropy in Polarized Times  


In January I hosted four small group convenings of CAPs and friends of CAP at my home on the net. We shared our experiences in conducting the conversations of philanthropy in polarized times. 

Ethics CE Module on Conducting the Conversation of Philanthropy in Polarized Times

As an outcome of the convenings, I am creating a one hour ethics CE module that can be used to meet the ethics CE requirement for CAP recertification. The module will be available in beta test in late February. There will be no charge during the beta-test. Your comments will help ready the module for wider release. 

Participate in the Beta-Test

If you attended the convening, or expressed interest in it, you will be invited to the beta-test. You don't have to do anything now. You will receive an email when it is ready for your review.

If you did not attend a convening, you may express interest here. 

Your Host

As The Wallace Chair In Philanthropy at The American College, I am responsible for the Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) program. In that role I have trained nearly 2,000 financial advisors and nonprofit gift planners long distance, leaving me feeling a bit isolated. I would like to open my virtual home on the web for small groups of thoughtful people, including current and former students, to discuss some of the most burning issues in giving. From these convenings will come shared understandings, some CE courses, and perhaps a small, invitation only, community of CAPs who are interested in helping each other in their practice.