2020
ANNUAL
REPORT
BUILDING A
MORE ETHICAL
GREATER
OMAHA
COMMUNITY
BUSINESS ETHICS ALLIANCE | 2020 ANNUAL REPORT
Mission
Build leadership, strengthen organizations, and
elevate Greater Omaha through positive, practical
business ethics education.
BUSINESS ETHICS ALLIANCE | 2020 ANNUAL REPORT
Vision
Through the work of the Business Ethics Alliance,
Greater Omaha will be a beacon for business ethics
excellence for cities around the world.
We have faced a global pandemic, outcry for social
justice, and an economic crisis. But through it all, we’ve
also witnessed so much good. Communities supporting
local businesses, nonprofits building partnerships to
better coordinate services, and companies taking a
hard look at their policies on not only business ethics,
but diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The Business Ethics Alliance made great strides in
providing business leaders and organizations with
business ethics education and workshops through the
COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic brought many
challenges with it that impacted businesses, individuals,
and families not just globally, but right here in the
Omaha community. Many businesses struggled to keep
up with the changing conditions of this global
pandemic. Some did not re-open, and while many did,
those businesses are still struggling to recover from
the impact COVID-19 had. The Business Ethics Alliance
is fortunate to not only have remained fully operational,
but to be able to celebrate successes during such a
tumultuous time.
2020 has brought about a recommitment to diversity, equity,
and inclusion, as the call for a renewed focus on business ethics
in our communities nationwide. At the Business Ethics Alliance,
our goal is to have a lasting impact on company culture. Culture
is the set of important understandings that employees of an
organization share in common.
On behalf of the Business Ethics Alliance and more than 350
trustees, we thank you for your continued support in
strengthening the Alliance so that it can continue to build
Omaha’s future. I am also especially thankful to our staff and
Board for their determination and commitment, in guiding us
through these difficult times, towards a brighter and strategic
future. And to our supporters, a very sincere thank you. From
our donors to our corporate sponsors, our achievements are
not possible without YOU.
Please take care, and stay healthy.
Sincerely,
This has been a
challenging year for
our nation and the
Greater Omaha
community.
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 0 3
FROM THE
EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR &
CEO
Michael Robinson
Executive Director & CEO
Business Ethics Alliance
As we have experienced, 2020 has brought many
challenges to businesses and individuals alike in our
area. The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have been
far-reaching and long-lasting. I am proud the Alliance
remained successful in the face of this adversity and
upheld its values of ethics and integrity.
I am especially grateful to the leadership of Dr. Beverly
Kracher for effectively and successfully guiding us
through many of last year’s challenges. I am also
thankful for the new leadership we gained after Dr.
Kracher returned to teaching.
The Business Ethics Alliance, our Trustees, and the Board of
Directors were pleased to welcome Michael Robinson as the
new Executive Director & CEO in November. As we continue to
navigate any challenges that may arise, I am confident he will
continue to lead the Alliance into further success and
prosperity.
I wish the utmost success to David Mayer, the incoming Chair
of the Board of Directors, as the Alliance builds new
relationships and strengthens existing ones in 2021. I am
honored to have contributed to the efforts of the Alliance
during my time as Board Chair.
Sincerely,
As the outgoing Chair
of the Board of
Directors for the
Business Ethics
Alliance, I was honored
to be part of an
organization that has
so much integrity and
contributes to the
ethical success of the
Omaha community.
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 0 4
FROM THE
GOVERNING
BOARD
CHAIR
Gerry Phelan
Retired
The COVID-19 pandemic stretched the thinking of
businesses and individuals alike, including the Business
Ethics Alliance. The events of the past year, from the
George Floyd murder to the Atlanta shootings, brought
racism and injustice to the forefront and is a core
tenant of what the Alliance must continue to address.
As many of you know, Dr. Beverly Kracher left the
Alliance last year. When the founding member of any
organization leaves, there is always a period of
transition as a new leader emerges. I am proud to
welcome Michael Robinson as the new Executive
Director and CEO of the Business Ethics Alliance.
Michael has an exemplary record of service to the
community, and I have the utmost faith and confidence
in him as he guides this vital organization into a
successful future.
I am honored to be the
Trustee Chair for the
Business Ethics
Alliance as we
transition from a year
that brought us so
many new challenges.
FROM THE
CHAIR OF
TRUSTEES
Regardless of the challenges overcome, and the changes
accomplished, the mission of the Alliance to promote an ethical
business community in Omaha remains paramount. The
Business Ethics Alliance could not continue to fulfill its mission
without your support our valuable Trustees who continue to
make a difference every day.
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 0 5
Lance Fritz
Chairman, President, and CEO
Union Pacific Railroad
H O W WE W O R K
The tone for an organization's culture and environment starts at the top.
As a business leader, your decisions have an impact on your organization,
its reputation, your employees, and the community. It is up to you to be
responsible and make decisions with ethics and integrity.
Research has shown ethics education works and that educating employees
on ethics helps them to be more engaged in their work. The Business
Ethics Alliance plays a priming role in this, where early exposure to our
ethics education can help prepare individuals to behave appropriately
further down the road.
We are gurus in ethics, business, and education. We do business ethics
education based on sound academic research.
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EDUCATING BUSINESS LEADERS
IDENTIFYING BLINDSPOTS
All organizations and people are susceptible to ethical blindspots. This
term refers to the psychological bias and limitations we have, which
prevent us from seeing flaws or inconsistencies in our moral judgments,
actions, and social practices. These blindspots can get in the way of our
commitment to do the right thing. It is not uncommon for people to not
reflect carefully enough on their choices, which often leads to overlooking
ethical challenges that come with important decisions.
In order to help others overcome this bias, which is sometimes
unconscious, the Business Ethics Alliance offers a variety of workshops
and trainings. Contact us today for one of our specialty workshops or to
build a custom training that suits your organization's needs.
Some conversations can be difficult to have, but they are often necessary
in business and in other aspects of life. One of our goals is to the elevate
the Greater Omaha community through conversations about ethics.
The Business Ethics Alliance gives you a time and a place to come
together with others who value business ethics to share tips, lessons
learned, and best practices from the larger community. We create a
space where it is safe to work through the harder ethical challenges
you and your company may be facing with peers who can understand
your situation.
Let us help you bring your organization together by facilitating the tough,
but needed, conversations to improve your business.
PROMOTING CONVERSATIONS
I believe challenging and supporting local businesses
to operate at their highest ethical levels is a
meaningful way for me to give back to my hometown,
which has been so good to me.
I started as a solo practitioner in the field of family
law almost 40 years ago. As the founding partner of
Koenig | Dunne, I later grew the firm with my law
partners Angela Dunne and Angela Lennon,
empowering people to put their lives back together
after their marriage has fallen apart.
My personal philosophy on ethics is: get your own
values into your bones.
Then, when looking far, wide, and high, check in with your
head, heart, and gut.
One of the things I appreciate most about the Business
Ethics Alliance is the continuous learning of the practical
application of ethics. I also love building relationships
with others who want to challenge Omaha to be its
absolute best.
Currently, I am of counsel at Koenig | Dunne and also
serve as an Executive Coach, where I have the pleasure of
coaching each member of the Koenig | Dunne team. These
skills have translated well to volunteering at the Business
Ethics Alliance, as they are a match for the organization's
needs -- being on the stage for Ethics on Trial, speaking
at luncheons, and facilitating their Mind Candy Dialogues.
WHY I JOINED
THE ALLIANCE
Susan Koenig:
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"Knowing I have committed to
being a role model for ethics
keeps me vigilant in ethical
choices I make every day."
I first joined the Business Ethics
Alliance when Dr. Beverly Kracher
was the Executive Director. When
she described the mission of the
Alliance, it instantly resonated
with me. For me, it was an
opportunity to challenge our
community to live the values it
voices.
How can I be successful as a business person while at
the same time conducting my business in an ethical
way? How can I impart to my employees the
importance of being ethical? That is why I got
involved in the Business Ethics Alliance. I saw the
Alliance as an avenue to answering those questions.
I founded Hayes & Associates primarily because I believe
so strongly that all people, no matter the color of their
skin, should have the opportunity to succeed, and I
wanted to play a part in that dynamic. Service is a major
component of how I live my life.
Ethics also plays a vital role in my daily life. I always try
and think about the decisions I make in the context of
right and wrong. I challenge myself to think of the
consequences of my actions from an ethical standpoint.
I view the Business Ethics Alliance a key cog in the
foundation of a great community like Omaha. I try to
ensure I am doing my part in executing the mission of the
Alliance and to elevate the Omaha business community.
WHY I JOINED
THE ALLIANCE
Frank Hayes:
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 0 8
"The Alliance makes me a better
person and sets our business
apart from those who do not
understand the value that ethics
plays in a successful business."
As a business owner, I believe
there is a right way and a
wrong way to achieve
success.
Growing up on a farm in Mississippi, I have always had
a strong work ethic. I attended Creighton University,
where I received my bachelors degree in Business
Administration with a minor in Accounting. The Jesuit
education I received while at Creighton University had
a profound impact on how I view the world. I also have
an enormous appreciation for the opportunities I have
been afforded.
I have always been intrigued by some age-old
questions in business: Does the pursuit of profit trump
all else? Does the idea of right and wrong play in the
business world?
"A non-profit organization focused on
creating dialogue for businesses and their
people to keep ethics and integrity at the
forefront of their decision making."
DANIEL REHAL
PRESIDENT
VISION2VOICE, INC.
"A beacon of ethical help. The Business
Ethics Alliance is a recognized resource for
businesses of all sizes dealing with ethical
issues - helping management and employees
in their day-to-day endeavors."
DICK COFFEY
CHAIRMAN
CONSORTIO GROUP
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 0 9
"Their events provide invaluable
information! You can tell these leaders
embody the importance of DEI within their
organization."
MARTAVIUS PENNINGTON
OPERATIONS MANAGER
SIGNATURE PERFORMANCE, INC.
"The Business Ethics Alliance provides a
platform and dedicated time for businesses
to consider, discuss and implement policies
around various ethics-related scenarios, so
that they can be prepared BEFORE an issue
occurs. BEA is good business sense."
TERESA HUNTER
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & CEO
FAMILY HOUSING ADVISORY SERVICES, INC.
"An organization that keeps issues at the
forefront...and helps us intentionally follow
through on doing the things we know to be
right, by keeping them top-of-mind and
providing support and resources."
ALICIA ELSON
VP, HUMAN RESOURCES
QUALITY LIVING, INC.
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 0
"Now, more than ever, our community needs
business leaders to come together and engage
in uncomfortable conversations that will pave
the way for change within our workplaces. The
Alliance has served as a catalyst for these
conversations for well over a decade."
PATRICIA KEARNS
PRESIDENT & CEO
QUALITY LIVING, INC.
COMMUNITY
IMPACT
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In 2020, the Business Ethics Alliance established its first-ever
Emerging Leaders Core Committee. The Emerging Leaders are a
group of young professionals who aspire to train upcoming
generations in the importance of ethics from the moment they
enter their careers. They aim to bridge the gap between executives
and young professionals and seek to foster relationships between
mentors and mentees to further ethical training and knowledge.
Our Emerging Leaders intend to create a community centered
around ethics; a community where an emerging leader enters a top
position, thoroughly trained and disciplined in ethics. A community
of ethical emerging leaders who will fill the future roles of the
Business Ethics Alliance Trustees -- to carry on and grow the
tradition of ethical education. A community that attracts
businesses, people, and profits due to our ethical focus. A
community that is seen from the outside as an example, a leader,
and a model for cities to follow.
A community that changes the future of communities. A community
that evolves to harmonize the laws of ethics.
A community where ethical knowledge is spread amongst all. Our
Emerging Leaders intend to create a community focused on the
greatness of all.
BUILDING THE NEXT GENERATION
OF ETHICAL LEADERS
EMERGING LEADERS
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 3
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, the Business
Ethics Alliance is fueled by financial generosity. It is
with the assistance of individual donors, corporate
donors, and grants that the Alliance is able to
continue its mission of creating a more ethical Greater
Omaha business community. You can donate
year-round online at: businessethicsalliance.org.
We understand your time is valuable. This is
why we are so appreciative of our
volunteers. We would not be able to
continue our efforts with you and the time
you dedicate to us. To learn more about
volunteering, contact:
development@businessethicsalliance.org..
Trustees are leaders of organizations in the Greater
Omaha metro area who are chosen for demonstrated
excellence in business ethics leadership. Trustees are
recommended by the Executive Director of the
Alliance, a member of our Governing Board, or
another Trustee.
As ambassadors, supporters, and advisors to our
mission, Trustees serve as an esteemed guild of
community leaders who stand with the Alliance to say,
doing business the ethical way is important in our
region." If you would like to recommend a business
leader to our Trustee program, please contact Michael
Robinson at mrobinson@businessethicsalliance.org.
While the COVID-19 pandemic caused us to
offer our vital Community Programs
virtually, we hope to begin hosting
in-person events again soon. The Alliance
holds approximately one dozen events each
year that are open to the community.
Our Mind Candy Dialogues are offered at no
cost to you and are pleased to offer our
Ethics Luncheons and Executive Breakfasts
for an affordable fee. The EthicSpace
conference is our largest ethical event of
the year. Purchase tickets to all of our
events online at: businessethicsalliance.org.
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 4
The best way to stay up-to-date with the
current Alliance news and events is by
signing up for our mailing and eNews
updates. To add your name to our mailing
list, contact us today at:
development@businessethicsalliance.org.
Our events would not be possible without
the generosity of our sponsors. We have a
number of affordable sponsorship packages
available with a variety of benefits. To
become a sponsor, please contact:
development@businessethicsalliance.org.
2020 REVENUE
Sponsorships
28%
Mission Drivers
24.5%
Grants
20.3%
Donations
8.3%
In-Kind
7%
Products & Services
5.1%
Programs
4.4%
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 5
$776,705
$190,000
$217,250
$54,664
$157,987
$64,249
$39,497
$34,275
2020 EXPENSES
Programs
86%
In-Kind
7.8%
Other
2.6%
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 6
$696,972
$599,661
$54,664
ACCOUNTING/AUDIT - $7,766
RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT - $1,425
PRODUCTS & SERVICES - $1,622
FUNDRAISING - $13,385.15
$18,449
DAVID BROWN
GREATER OMAHA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
JIM HEGARTY
BETTER BUSINESS
BUREAU
EXECUTIVE MEMBERS
FOUNDING PARTNERS
BOB BATES
EMERITUS, JEFFERSON
PILOT INSURANCE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DAVID MAYER
CHAIR
DVORAK LAW GROUP
MARK POHL
VICE CHAIR
OPPD
ANTHONY R. HENDRICKSON, PHD
CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 7
STEVE KOESTERS
TREASURER
FUSION MEDICAL STAFFING
LUKE CHRISTIANSEN
BUILDERTREND
LINDA LOVGREN
EMSPACE + LOVGREN
MADELINE MOYER
SECURITY NATIONAL
BANK
CHRISTINE NEUHARTH
UNION PACIFIC
KEITH STATION
CITY OF OMAHA
MAYOR'S OFFICE
ALLEN FREDRICKSON
SIGNATURE
PERFORMANCE
DALE GUBBELS
FIRSTAR FIBER
MEMBERS
STEVEN JERINA*
(REP. FOR EMERGING LEADERS)
OMAHA COMMUNITY
FOUNDATION
CHAD MARES*
(REP. FOR DAVID BROWN)
GREATER OMAHA
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
SHELLY JOCHIM
LINDSAY
CORPORATION
JOEL FALK
UMB BANK
DANIEL PADILLA
LENDING LINK
CHAD RICHTER
JACKSON LEWIS
*-SERVES AS PROXY
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 8
CHAIR AND VICE CHAIR
ALL TRUSTEES
ALLIANCE TRUSTEES
LANCE FRITZ
CHAIR
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
PATRICIA KEARNS
VICE CHAIR
QUALITY LIVING, INC. (QLI)
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 1 9
Michael Alley
Tom Baker
John Barrientos
Deborah Bass
Bob Bates
Allen Batschelet
William Bauhard
Mogens Bay
George Behringer
Megan Belcher
Thomas Belford
C.R. Bell
Dick Bell
Shawn Bengtson
Tom Berger
Richard Berry
Chad Bertucci
Ken Bird
Renee Black
James Blackledge
Andrew Blossom
Bryce Bousquet
Sara Boyd
Dana C. Bradford
Amanda Brewer
Ted Bridges
David Brown
Ron Brown
Steve Bruckner
Ray Bruegman
Tim Burke
Tom Burt
Art Burtscher
Chris Carlson-Dennell
Jim Champion
Clayton Chapman
Stuart Chittenden
Dick Coffey
Virgina Collins
Patrick Corrigan
Brad Crosby
Bill Cutler
Jim Dale
Hal Daub
Dusty Davidson
Dick C.E. Davis
Gail DeBoer
John DeBoer
Van Deeb
Pat Dees
Boyd Dingman
Roger Dixon
Sandy Dodge
Kate Dodge
Shonna Dorsey
Donna Dostal
Colin Duggan
Jessica Duggan
Mark Duren
Dave Dvorak
Jim Egan
John Ellsworth
Michael Emsick
David Englund
Howard Epstein
Viv Ewing
Brian Fahey
Mike Fahey
Joel Falk
Jim Farrell
Peter Fink
Jaye Firmature McCoy
Rex Fisher
Scharlie Fitts
Shawna Forsberg
Larry Forsgren
Jeff Francis
Harris Frankel
Paul Fraynd
Allen Fredrickson
Andrea Fredrickson
Brett Frevert
Greg Fripp
Lance Fritz
Amie Gamboian
Deepak Gangahar
Cesar Garcia
Ronald Gartlan
Gary Gates
Deborah Gilg
David Gilinsky
Ivan Gilreath
Jim Glazer
Steve Goeser
Jeffrey Gold
Karen Goracke
John Gottschalk
Tom Gouttierre
Steve Grandfield
Christian Gray
Jim Greisch
Bruce Grewcock
Mark Grieb
Dale Gubbels
Larry Guenther
Jamie Gutierrez
Dale Hallock
Mark Halverson
Kim Hammes
Marilyn Hansen
William Hargens
Mark Hasebrook
Tim Hassinger
Mary Hawkins
Howard Hawks
Frank Hayes
Scott Hazelrigg
John Heaston
Jim Hegarty
Scott Heider
Dennis Hein
Anthony Hendrickson
Fr. Daniel Hendrickson
Ruth Henrichs
Susan Henricks
Pamela Hernandez
Scott Hill
Steve Hinchcliff
Anne Hindery
Nancy Hintz
Marc Hock
Dean Hodges
Paul Hogan
Sam Hohman
Andrea Hoig
Dean Hollis
Mike Homa
Brett Hoogeveen
Jody Horner
Dan Houghton
Kyle Hovermale
Paula Howard
Lindy Hoyer
Brook Hudson
Megan Hunt
Mike Hupp
Rachel Jacobson
John Jeanetta
Randy Johnson
Chris Johnson
Todd Johnson
Kassie Jorgenson
David Karnes
Patricia Kearns
Eric Keen
Ann Kelleher
Richard Kelley
Kirk Kellner
Dan Kennelly
David Kershner
William King
Susan Koenig
John Koraleski
John Kotouc
George Kubat
ALL TRUSTEES
ALLIANCE TRUSTEES
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 2 0
TRUSTEES (CONTINUED)
Robert Kully
Donna Kush
Chris LaFever
Rodney Laible
Jim Landen
Robert Langdon
James Lauerman
Nancy Laug-Sholin
Clark Lauritzen
Bruce Lauritzen
Derek Leathers
Robert Leavitt
Todd Lemke
Verlyn L'Heureux
James Linder
George Little
Dan Longo
Rodrigo Lopez
Linda Lovgren
Armel MacDonald
Leif Magnusson
Chris Maher
Carl Mammel
Stacy Martin
Claudia Martin
Blake Martin
Tobi Mathouser
Harold Maurer, M.D.
Heidi Mausbach
Ed May
Rob Mayer
Wade Mayfield
Thomas McAlister
MJ McBride
Mike McCarthy
Tom McClung
Dave McCue
Michael McGinnis
Tom McGowan
Chris McHaffey
Michael McLarney
Mike McMeekin
Evan Meester
Craig Meier
Richard Messina
Jeff Miller
Jane Miller
Cynthia Milligan
Nicholas Mizaur
Joe Moglia
Craig Moody
Sue Morris
Samantha Mosser
Michael Moylan
Chris Murphy
James Murphy
Elizebeth Murphy
BIll Murphy
Robert J. Murray
Jim Nagengast
Yoshino Nakajima
Deborah Neary
John Nelson, Sr.
Steve Nogg
Mary Ann O'Brien
Jerry O'Doherty
Joe Olsen
Paul Olson
Shawn Oswald
Daniel Padilla
Michael Pallesen
Tom Pansing
Penny Parker
Dennis Pate
Teresa Paulsen
Cyndy Peacock
Janyne Peek Emsick
Lisa Pelto
Gary Perkins
Kyle Peterson
John Petersson
Gerry Phelan
Michael Piernicky
Cindy Powers
Nancy Pridal
Richard Putnam
Jerry Puyear
Angie Quinn
Ron Quinn
Cella Quinn
Tony Raimondo Jr.
Adrian Randolph
Sandra Reding
Robert Reed Jr.
Daniel Rehal
Lynne Reif
Jim Reiff
Dick Reiser
Kevin Rhodes
Amy Richardson
Chad Richter
Cliff Robertson, M.D..
Nick Rohe
Ronald Roskens, Ph.D.
Jeff Royal
Andy Ruback
Rick Russell
John Ryan
Connie Ryan
Jim Sadler
Todd Schuiteman
David Scott
Todd Sears
Bruce Simon
Jim Simpson
Ron Siwa
Jay Slagle
eff Slobotski
Bryan Slone
John Slowiaczek
Jill Slupe
Kalle Smales
Scott Sorenson
John Sorrell
Richard Spellman
Connie Spellman
Joan Squires
John Steele
Jerry Stegeman
Maryanne Stevens
Tara Stingley
Chris Stratman
Brad Strittmatter
Joe Sullivan III
Jim Suttle
Richard Swanson
Steve Swanstrom
Catherine Swiniarski
Carmen Tapio
Phil Taylor
Sue Thaden
Willy Theisen
Linda Timmons
T.J. Twit
Bradley Von Gillern
Tom Waldman
Sarah Waldman
Dennis Walker
Janet Walker
Jackie Walker
Steve Wallace
Tom Warren
Dan Weber
Tom Weinandt
Wally Weitz
Roger Wells
Paula Wells, Ph.D.
Gail Werner-Robertson
Andrew Wesely
Kim Whitaker
Peter Whitted, M.D., J.D.
Dennis Wiederholt
Roberta Wilhelm
Jeff Wilke
Jay Wilkinson
Gregg Wilson
Douglas Wilwerding
Gary Witt
Alex Wolf
Maggie Wood
Donald Wurster
Therese Yakel
Michael Yanney
Brigette Young
Brian ZahmTracy Zaiss
Steven Zehr
Lyn Ziegenbein
Michelle Zych
MISSION DRIVERS
To truly fuel and further the mission of bringing ethics education to a wide audience, it
takes drivers who step up on behalf of the entire Greater Omaha business community and
say, doing business in an ethical way is important, and we want to be sure organizations
across Greater Omaha have access to ethics education.
We are grateful to these individuals and organizations for their mission driving support in 2020:
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 2 1
Moglia Family
Foundation
McGowan Family
Foundation
Stephanie & Jack
Koraleski
Adrian & Jon
Minks
FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS
In addition to our Mission Drivers and donating Trustees, the following individuals and
organizations supported the Alliance with generous donations or event sponsorships in 2020:
B U S I N E S S E T H I C S A L L I A N C E 2 2
TRUSTEES
John Barrientos
Bob Bates
George Behringer
Shawn Bengtson
Tom Berger
Chad Bertucci
Renee Black
Andrew Blossom
Amanda Brewer
Ron Brown
David Brown
Ray Bruegman
Chris Carlson-Dennell
Dick Coffey
Jim Dale
Hal Daub
John DeBoer
Pat Dees
Roger Dixon
Sandy Dodge
Donna Dostal
David Englund
Howard Epstein
Jim Farrell
Jaye Firmature McCoy
Shawna Forsberg
Larry Forsgren
Jeff Francis
Paul Fraynd
Andrea Fredrickson
Brett Frevert
Lance Fritz
Amie Gamboian
Deepak Gangahar
Jim Glazer
Karen Goracke
Christian Gray
Dale Gubbels
Larry Guenther
Frank Hayes
Susan Henricks
Pamela Hernandez
Nancy Hintz
Dean Hollis
Brett Hoogeveen
Lindy Hoyer
Mike Hupp
Todd Johnson
Chris Johnson
Patricia Kearns
Ann Kelleher
Richard Kelley
Susan Koenig
John Koraleski
Robert Kully
Nancy Laug-Sholin
Dan Longo
Rodrigo Lopez
Linda Lovgren
Armel MacDonald
Blake Martin
Claudia Martin
Tobi Mathouser
Richard Messina
Craig Moody
Michael Moylan
BIll Murphy
Robert J. Murray
John Nelson, Sr.
Daniel Padilla
Michael Pallesen
Penny Parker
Teresa Paulsen
Gerry Phelan
Cindy Powers
Nancy Pridal
Richard Putnam
Cella Quinn
Ron Quinn
Daniel Rehal
Jim Reiff
Rick Russell
Connie Ryan
Todd Schuiteman
David Scott
Ron Siwa
Scott Sorenson
Connie Spellman
Richard Spellman
Joan Squires
John Steele
Jerry Stegeman
Tara Stingley
Chris Stratman
Steve Swanstrom
Catherine Swiniarski
Carmen Tapio
Phil Taylor
Willy Theisen
Linda Timmons
Jackie Walker
Janet Walker
Dan Weber
Kim Whitaker
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