Madison, Wis.) The Institute for Global Ethics (IGE) is pleased to announce
the arrival of Katjusa Cisar as the newest addition to the IGE team.
As a communication specialist, Cisar will be assisting in a variety of
projects to promote the organization and further its mission to help guide
people through "right-versus-right" ethical decisions.
“We are fortunate to have retained a new team member with a background
in storytelling to assist with communicating the value of the applied
ethics education work we do,” said IGE’s President and CEO,
Anthony J. Gray.
Cisar has wide-ranging coverage experience as a reporter, from pop culture
to crime. She has won numerous awards for her feature writing and news
coverage, notably for a series of articles on a triple homicide that shook
a small Wisconsin community.
Her work in journalism over the years has put her in a position to frequently
consider and act on decisions of ethical news judgment. Her freelance-writing
work in strategic communication has examined ethics through another lens
— the intersection of ethical management and business success.
“I’m excited to help IGE further its mission to bring ethics
into the cultural dialogue through education and make ethics an integral
part of daily life,” Cisar said. “Ethics is a fascinating
study of how we arrive at the decisions we make, and as a journalist,
I’ve always been drawn to stories of how people navigate tough choices.”
Cisar is a 2007 graduate of Edgewood College in Madison, Wis., with a bachelor’s
degree in Journalism and a minor in Theater.
About IGE: Founded in 1990 with offices in New York City, Camden, Maine and headquartered
in Madison, Wisconsin the Institute for Global Ethics in is an independent,
nonsectarian, nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated
to promoting ethical action in a global context (www.globalethics.org).