I take my personal and professional ethics seriously, and as a Grant Professional Certified and a member of the Grant Professional Association (GPA) and GPA Ethics Committee, follow the Code of Ethics below. My clients can be assured that this guarantees them the highest standards of professionalism in the field.
Members, among others, are to:
Practice one's profession with the highest sense of integrity, honesty, and truthfulness to maintain and broaden public confidence
Adhere to all applicable laws and regulations in all aspects of the grants profession
Continually improve one’s professional knowledge and skills
Promote positive relationships between grant professionals and all stakeholders
Value the privacy, freedom, choice, and interests of all those affected by one’s actions
Ensure that funds are solicited according to funder’s program guidelines
Adhere to acceptable means of compensation for services performed; pro bono work is encouraged
Become leaders and role models in the field of the grants profession
Encourage colleagues to embrace and practice GPA’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Practice.