*I will consent to having my name and likeness appear in print materials, press releases and media.
As a Board Director I understand that I have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure that the organization does the best work possible in pursuit of its goals and mission. I believe in the purpose and the mission of the organization, and I will act responsibly and prudently as its steward.
Confidentiality & Non-Disclosure Policy for
Volunteers and Board Members
Respecting the privacy of our clients, donors, directors, members, staff, and volunteers of Arts Out Loud, Inc. is a basic value of Arts Out Loud, Inc. Personal and financial information is confidential and should not be disclosed or discussed with anyone without permission or authorization from the executive director. Care shall also be taken to ensure that unauthorized individuals do not overhear any discussion of confidential information and that documents containing confidential information are not left in the open or inadvertently shared.
Volunteers and board members of Arts Out Loud may be exposed to information which is confidential and/or privileged and proprietary in nature. It is the policy of Arts Out Loud that such information must be kept confidential both during and after board service or volunteer service. Volunteers, including board members, are expected to return materials containing privileged or confidential information at the time of separation from board service or volunteer service or expiration of service.
Unauthorized disclosure of confidential or privileged information is a serious violation of this policy and will subject the person(s) who made the unauthorized disclosure to appropriate discipline, including removal/dismissal.
Board of Directors Commitment
Code of Ethics
Given its mission, Arts Out Loud has adopted a code of ethics to guide its board members, committee members and staff in their conduct when acting on behalf of Arts Out Loud. The Code contains broad principles reflecting the types of behavior Arts Out Loud expects towards constituents, donors, employees, peers and the public.
This policy is not intended as a stand-alone policy. It does not embody the totality of Arts Out Loud ethical standards, nor does it answer every ethical question or issue that might arise. Rather, it is one element of a broader effort to create and maintain a quality organization that gives ethical conduct the highest priority. This Code will be reviewed periodically.
Compliance, Monitoring and Reporting
Arts Out Loud management is responsible for communicating this Code of Ethics to all members of the board of directors, standing committee members, as well as staff, interns, and volunteers and for ensuring its adherence at all times.
This form must be completed by all members of the board of directors, standing committee members, as well as staff, interns and volunteers upon joining the organization.
The undersigned, by their affixed signature, accept and agree to abide by the Code of Ethics policy.