As Thanksgiving approaches, I cannot help but focus more on the communities in which we live, and the responsibility that those of us who “have” have for those who do not. And, yet, in these times, it seems it has become all too easy for the haves to shirk that responsibility, to find reasons why it isn’t their duty. Have we as a society lost our understanding of compassion?
This semester, I’m teaching one of my favorite classes in our Masters in Nonprofit Leadership program: governance. Read more
In 2012, a routine audit of Visit Philadelphia discovered the CFO has been embezzling from the organization for the past seven years, charging personal expenses to the corporate credit card and using corporate checks to pay personal bills, to the tune of $200,000. On top of this, the CFO hired her best friend as an independent contractor and was kind enough to share some of the embezzled largess with her bff. Despite the fact that the CEO of the organization had been unhappy with the Read more