Ethics: Knowing Yourself and Navigating with Care
Ethics: Knowing Yourself and Navigating With Care
Description:Situations present themselves all day that require us to make choices; there are many pressures applied which can influence how you decide what to do. This webinar will provide guiding principles from various codes of ethics – AICP, ITE, ASCE, NSPE and will test your knowledge through polls and questions. We have all taken personality tests but have you ever thought that your personality might influence the ease with which you stay within ethical boundaries. Learn out to manage that potential risk.
You will walk through several real case studies to help bring to life the practical challenges of ethical decisions. Experience a consulting firm’s dilemma when a key member becomes an elected official. Learn about various state requirements that are layered on top of the professional codes.
When you complete this webinar, you will know where to find relevant references to ensure you are informed. You will also be able to determine the rules that apply to your work and have experience examining applications of the rules.
Marsha Anderson Bomar is the Executive Director of the Gateway85 Community Improvement District, the largest CID in the state of Georgia. Here her focus is on mobility, infrastructure, safety, security, and Economic Development. Prior to the CID, she was the Founder and President of Street Smarts, Inc., a planning, engineering, and design firm, and Data Smarts, a data collection, and management firm, established in 1990, both of which she sold in 2010. Ms. Anderson Bomar is an International Past President of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
Ms. Anderson Bomar has taught numerous courses on Ethics including those for the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Georgia Planning Association, Universities and private companies.
She is currently serving her fourth term as Council Member and recently completed her third year as Mayor Pro Tempore for the City of Duluth, Georgia. During her time as an elected official, Ms. Anderson Bomar has created a leadership program, helped initiate and serves on the Public Arts Commission, assisted with numerous award-winning infrastructure and development projects. She completed almost 100 hours of training from the Carl Vinson Institute of Government, including courses on Policy, Law, Ethics, Lobbying, Community and Economic Development and Cultural Diversity and also serves as an instructor for the Planning and Zoning Class.
Marsha earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Masters in Transportation Planning and Engineering from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. She also holds a Masters of Civil Engineering from Princeton University.
There are currently no scheduled sections. Please contact the program coordinator to discuss options.
Alyssa Mercadante 352.273.1687
3 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
0.3 Continuing Education Credits (CEUs)