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Recipients of Utah Ethical Leadership Awards announced

The winners of the 2015 Utah Ethical Leadership Awards were announced today at a breakfast awards ceremony held at the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah.

The Utah Ethical Leadership Awards recognize leadership in Utah businesses, non-profit organizations and government entities that embody best practices in ethical behaviors. The awards are a joint effort between the Community Foundation of Utah, the Daniels Fund and the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the Eccles School.

The awards are designed to recognize organizations that embody the spirit of ethical leadership exhibited by businessman Bill Daniels, who believed deeply in ethics and integrity, and in the importance of absolute ethical principles.

Two finalists and one winner are named in each of the three categories. This year’s recipients are:

Business

Winner: Health Catalyst
Finalists: XMission, Mark Miller Subaru

Non-Profits

Winner: Neighborhood House
Finalists: Salt Lake Community Action Program, Project Read

Government

Winner: Housing Authority of Salt Lake City
Finalists: Salt Lake County, Utah Attorney General’s Office

Utah Ethical Leadership Awards

Dr. Abe Bakhsheshy, director and professor of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the David Eccles School of Business; Terry Feveryear, executive director, Housing Authority of Salt Lake City; Jacob Brace, executive director, Neighborhood Home; Jeff Selander, CFO, Health Catalyst; Taylor Randall, dean, David Eccles School of Business

Nominees for the awards were judged based on eight criteria:

1. Integrity – Act with honesty in all situations
2. Trust – Build trust in all stakeholder relationships
3. Accountability – Accept responsibility for all decisions
4. Transparency – Maintain open and truthful communications
5. Fairness – Engage in fair competition and create equitable and just relationships
6. Respect – Honor the rights, freedoms, views and property of others
7. Rule of Law – Comply with the spirit and intent of laws and regulations
8. Viability – Create long-term value for all relevant stakeholders

“We congratulate Health Catalyst, Neighborhood House and Housing Authority of Salt Lake City, along with the awards finalists,” said Dr. Abe Bakhsheshy, director and professor of the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative at the Eccles School. “It’s important for our community to pay tribute to companies and organizations that exemplify ethical behavior and integrity in their operations. Ethics is taught in the classroom here at the David Eccles School of Business – it’s part of every discipline and course curriculum. We’re honored to recognize the individuals who espouse ethical principles in their organizations at the annual Utah Ethical Leadership Awards.”

About the Community Foundation of Utah

The Community Foundation of Utah is a private, not for profit organization established in March of 2008 to harness Utah’s entrepreneurial spirit in service to the common good through smart philanthropy. In this role, we assist individuals, families, corporations and governments in establishing an array of charitable funds. These funds are invested, managed, and accounted for by the Foundation, and are deployed through scholarships, grants, competitions, Program Related Investments and other awards to support the people, places and causes of Utah and beyond.

About the Daniels Fund

Bill Daniels, a pioneer in cable television known for his generosity, established the Daniels Fund to extend his legacy of giving far beyond his lifetime. The Daniels Fund operates the Daniels Fund Scholarship Program, the Daniels Fund Grants Program, and the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Learn more at DanielsFund.org or here.

2017-12-20T10:08:25-06:00September 11th, 2015|

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