Ripe for Change: Just Food’s Recovery from Executive Misconduct

This E-Case details a Lawrence, Kansas, food bank’s experience with—and recovery from—executive fraud. Organizational stakeholders describe their experiences working through this crisis and the ways in which the misconduct case impacted staff, board members, clients and the community at large. This example can be used to consider board member responsibilities, ethical leadership, and nonprofit governance issues broadly.
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