October is national ethics month! To raise awareness on ethical issues, Holly will facilitate a fun, interactive group exercise on how to escape some everyday ethical dilemmas. You’ll match wits with your fellow tablemates to navigate through four different ethical scenarios that traverse volunteers, board members, COVID and donor privacy. You may agree or disagree on the method of escape, but you’ll leave with clear tools on how to navigate your way out of a potential ethical pitfall.
Holly Parrish, a Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) since 2004, has worked for more than 20 years in fundraising, public relations, and marketing. Holly joined Jacobson Consulting Applications (JCA, Inc) in January 2020 and has worked primarily on CRM system assessment, improvement and selection projects for Scripps College, United Jewish Appeal, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the National Civil Rights Museum, Baylor College of Medicine, the Kravis Center, the Madeira School and Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology. Prior to joining JCA, Holly spent 8 years as managing partner of PH Solutions, a consulting firm focused on outsourced grant management, CRM consulting, and fundraising advisory services. Holly is also on the training faculty for the Edyth Bush Institute for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, a division of the Crummer Graduate School of Business for Rollins College. Prior to consulting, Holly led fundraising programs for Cornerstone Ministries of Tampa, Lakeland Regional Health Foundation, and the Aerospace Center for Excellence.