In an era of declining trust and so-called "fake news", where can citizens turn for information to make decisions that affect their lives? How can news media work to restore faith in neutral coverage in the face of increasing partisanship and vitriol? What is the role of ethical leadership among elected officials? Join in for a lively and thoughtful presentation by two speakers who are committed to this field.
- Kathleen Culver is the James E. Burgess Chair in Journalism Ethics, an Assistant Professor in the University of Wisconsin School of Journalism & Mass Communication and Director of the Center for Journalism Ethics.
- Lee Rasch is the Executive Director of LeaderEthics-Wisconsin, a non-profit/non-partisan organization committed to promote ethical leadership among elected officials.
Following the presentations, there will be an opportunity questions and dialog. LeaderEthicsWisconsin is based in La Crosse. This event is the kickoff for the Madison chapter
LeaderEthics - Wisconsin is organized as a 501(c)4 non-profit organization. P.O. Box 371, La Crosse, WI 54602