APA Ohio Cleveland Section


Friday, November 2, 2018
10:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. EDT

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Anyone who has ever worked in a public job, served on a board, or interacted with a community has probably experienced or at least heard about issues where there was a question of what is the ethical approach to the situation. Planners with AICP credentials have a formal code of ethics but anyone working for or associated with the public are also beholden to the Ohio’s Ethics Laws. This session will highlight key laws and rules you need to be aware of and identify strategies to address any situation in an ethical manner.


Mellone Long

Mellone Long, AICP, is currently a visiting Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University in Urban Studies. She has previously worked as a planner in several capacities for fifteen years in Lorain, OH; Fort Myers, FL; and Greenville, SC. She has a Bachelor in Urban Management from Cleveland State University. She ... Read More

Wendy Moeller

Wendy E. Moeller is the principal and owner of Compass Point Planning. She has worked in the planning field since graduating from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Urban Planning in 1996. Wendy has served as a project manager and primary author of numerous planning, regulatory, and development ... Read More

Susan Willeke

Susan Willeke is an accomplished government-relations professional with more than 26 years’ experience in public affairs, communication and public speaking. Susan joined the Ohio Ethics Commission in 2005 as the Education and Communications Manager where she oversees and conducts educational and communication outreach. In that position, Susan presents approximately 200 ... Read More

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Matthew Schmidt, matt.schmidt@tpl.org