Resources

Ethics & Compliance Committee 

The Ethics and Compliance Committee fosters and promotes ethical awareness and practice among fundraising research, analytics and relationship management professionals through education, training and mentoring. The Ethics and Compliance Committee is charged with monitoring trends and issues in the greater philanthropic and fundraising community and recommending to the Apra Board of Directors practice guidelines that protect donor privacy and institutional integrity, and that advise on the collection, dissemination and use of data and information for nonprofit fundraising and development purposes.

Learn more about about the Apra Statement of Ethics.

One of Apra's primary organizational initiatives is to define and advocate the highest standards of performance and ethical behavior by those engaged in the profession. Apra's Ethics and Professional Standards resources provide official Apra-approved statements and guidelines for meeting these standards. 


Hallie L. Brignall

Development Specialist, Prospect Research
Exploratorium
San Francisco, CA
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Elizabeth Goodman, PhD

Director, Data Governance and Project Management Office
University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
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Lori Hood Lawson, MLSc

Vice President, Advancement Insights
UC Innovation
Tallahassee, FL
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Megan Horton
Committee Chair

Prospect Management & Research Analyst
UC San Diego
La Jolla, CA
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Deb Michling

Senior Research Analyst
Michigan Medicine Office of Development
Ann Arbor, MI
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Lindsey Nadeau
Board Liaison

Managing Director, Prospect Development & Campaign Planning
UNICEF USA
Washington, DC
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Erin Osborn

Prospect Development Director
Children's Hospital Colorado Foundation
Aurora, CO
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Laura Owen

Prospect Research Manager
Unicef UK
London, None
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Vern Rink

Prospect Development Associate
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
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Jennifer Schlager

Prospect Research Analyst
Trinity Health
Livonia, MI
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Ashley Stenger

Manager
Apra Headquarters
Chicago, IL
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