The importance of Ethics in Communication

Dr. Leonard Ferenz received his Ph.D. in Philosophy with a specialization in Medical Ethics from Georgetown University and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics in Washington, D.C.. He is now retired from a 25 year career teaching at the university level. Concurrent with his teaching career, Dr. Ferenz has served on several hospital, home health, and extended care ethics committees. He presently serves as the Vice President of the Character Council of Collier County. Dr. Ferenz has numerous publications in the field of medical and business ethics, he conducted an external ethics of audit of Collier County Government in 2003 and he was the key author of a character education program for the Collier County Public School system, known as the “Circle of Excellence”.
Dr. Ferenz was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado, attended Denver University as an undergraduate, had a brief career as a stock broker and investment banking consultant before returning to school to earn his Ph.D. at Georgetown and commence his academic career. Dr. Ferenz is married and has a son who presently has no interest in philosophy or ethics insofar as he is only nine years old.
Tuesday, October 24, 2017

11:30 Social; 11:50 Luncheon
Naples Hilton, 5111 Tamiami Trail North

Naples, FL 34103

Cost: $30 for PRSA, $38 Non-Members, $25 Student

Reservations must be made by Friday, Oct. 20, 2017.

*No-shows will be billed if no prior notice given and only checks accepted at the door. NOTE: To guarantee seating and meal, reserve online and pay through PayPal by FRIDAY, Oct. 20. No cash is accepted at the door. Checks are accepted and must be provided at the time of the featured event. No shows will be billed if no prior notice given.

October Lunch N Learn

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