Everyday Ethics: Insights and a Conversation
Engaging discussion around ethical dilemmas and the importance of strong relationships with leadership and the development team.
11:30 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:45 a.m. Welcome & Lunch Service
AFP Member - $30.00
Guest - $40.00
Centre Club - 123 S West Shore Blvd. 8th Floor, Tampa FL 33609
11:45 a.m. Welcome & Virtual Networking
AFP Member - $10.00
AFP Member - COVID Hardship - FREE
Guest - $15.00
Zoom Information will be sent to all registrations via email confirmation.
SALAD: Seasonal Greens, Roma Tomatoes, Spiral Carrots, Cucumber, Grated White Cheddar and Crispy Onions - Ranch or Balsamic Vinaigrette
REGULAR: Herb Butter Stuffed Airline Chicken - Breast served with an Andouille Sausage and Creole Tomato Sauce
VEGETARIAN/GLUTEN FREE: Mushroom & Swiss Cheese Quiche - A Fluffy Light Egg Quiche with Roasted Shiitake Mushrooms and Swiss Cheese Baked in a Flaky Crispy Pie ShellicoDeGallo, Farro & Quinoa, Cilantro, Feta Cheese & Grilled Lime
We are excited to return to in-person meetings and our top priority is your health. Several protocols have been put in place for your safety. Please take a moment to read the guidelines below and confirm on your registration that you agree to comply.
- Guests are required to wear face coverings when entering the building and in all common areas. Face masks can be removed once inside the meeting room. The CDC recommends if you are not yet fully vaccinated to keep your face mask on except for when eating or drinking.
- Meeting room capacity will be limited to 60 members, which is 50% of normal capacity.
- Meeting room will have no more than 12 tables with half of the tables accommodating 6 guests and the other half of the tables accommodating 4 guests. Guests will seat themselves where they feel most comfortable.
- Tables will be set 6ft apart.
- Social distance of 6ft is strongly encouraged at all times.
- Hand sanitizer will be provided, and restrooms are located nearby for hand washing.
- Pre-registration is required. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins.
- Both doors into meeting room will be open to avoid crowding.
- Nametags will be on table for guests and will be collected after event and properly sanitized before storage.
- We trust one another to exercise appropriate behavior when networking. Please be respectful of others comfort level that may differ from yours.
Please choose the virtual option IF:
- You have tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days.
- You have been recently exposed to someone with COVID-19.
- You are waiting on COVID-19 test results.
- You feel you may be becoming sick, running a fever, or experiencing any symptoms associated with COVID-19 such as fever, cough, or shortness of breath. See a full list of symptoms here.
APPLIED for 1 Hour CFRE Credit
Kristie Salzer MS, RDN, LDN, Salzer Nutrition LLC
Kristie Salzer is a Registered, Licensed Dietitian in private practice in Tampa, Florida. Over the last 30 years, she has worked in hospitals, inpatient and outpatient eating disorder programs, and physician's offices in Oklahoma City, Washington D.C, and Tampa, in various specialties, including eating disorders, home health care, HIV/AIDS, and oncology. In 2007, she opened a private practice in Tampa to help children, teens, and adults improve their relationships with food and body.
Kristie has been a volunteer leader at Berkeley Preparatory School for the past 20 years and is the immediate past Chair of the Board of Trustees. During that time, she led the Board in raising over $18,000,000 in support of the Capital Campaign for Berkeley. She is the current Chair of the Governance Committee, which oversees the growth and development of the Board and is responsible for recruiting, training, and engaging strong Board members.
Kristie has a Master's of Science degree in Nutrition from the University of Central Oklahoma and a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Biology from Randolph-Macon Woman's College.John Bell, President & CEO, Tampa Theatre
John Bell is an experienced historic theatre leader having successfully managed two different historic theatre projects over his career. He began his career in arts administration with the North Carolina Arts Council and later assumed duties as the Managing Director of the historic Carolina Theatre in Greensboro, NC in 1979. After he assumed management responsibilities in Tampa in 1985, Tampa Theatre revamped its programming to include a heavy mix of first run and classic films supplemented by concerts, a robust education program and special events. This successful formula remains in place today, as the Theatre presents more than 500 film screenings, 20 major concerts, 35 educational field trips, four weeks of summer camp, and scores of corporate and community events a year.
In spite of having a stage depth of only 8', Tampa Theatre's annual attendance averages 125,000 a year and remains one of the busiest venues in the country.
John has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the League of Historic American Theatres and has served on the Greater Tampa Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. John holds a BA degree in Theatre Arts from Catawba College in North Carolina, and was recently named to his College’s Alumni Hall of Fame.
Bob Carter, CFRE Chairman Carter Global
Bob’s expertise is in developing major and mega-fundraising campaigns and philanthropic strategies for donors. Institutional governance, direction and change management also gets his attention. His perspective on strategies and tactics is shaped by having chaired seven nonprofit boards and from serving as counsel to hundreds of clients of all sizes and complexity in successful endeavors. His history of four decades of this work around the globe helps with perspective and vision for diverse and successful service models.
In addition to making sure the firm is on solid footing and moving ahead properly, Bob advises Carter’s national and global clients on strategies for mega and major gifts. He also coaches CEOs and senior managers.
Bob enjoys helping partners transform and become better institutions with improvements and increases in quality and volume of service to their constituents, thus making our communities, nations and the world better places for working, living and raising our families now and in the future.