Barry Friedman and Amanda Main, ’11 publish chapter about ethics in the public sector
A chapter about ethics in the nonprofit sector co‑authored by Dr. Barry D. Friedman, political-science professor on the Dahlonega campus, appears in a new reader about ethics in the public and nonprofit sectors.
Dr. Friedman and NGCSU alumna Amanda M. (Wolcott) Main, ’11, wrote the chapter titled “The Nonprofit Sector: Charity and Chicanery.” It appears in the reader titled Global Corruption and Ethics Management: Translating Theory into Action, edited by Dr. Carole L. Jurkiewicz of Purdue University—Fort Wayne in Indiana and published by Rowman & Littlefield in November 2019.
Dr. Main completed her B.S. degree in psychology at NGCSU in December 2011. She was president of NGCSU’s chapters of the Omicron Delta Kappa leadership honor society and the Pi Gamma Mu social-science honor society. Dr. Main earned her Ph.D. degree in industrial and organizational psychology at the University of Central Florida in May 2017. She currently serves as an associate professor of management at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Fla. UNG’s Alumni Association presented its annual Young Alumnus Award to Dr. Main in April 2018.