Meet the team.

The NEP leadership team oversees project development, execution, and evaluation. We are a core group of educators and researchers dedicated to keeping ethics front and center in education. Deni Elliott serves as chief project officer for the NEP, and along with Cara Biasucci, Andrew Cullison, Casey Frechette, David Kidd, Jess Miner, and Anne Newman, serve on the executive board for the NEP. The Prindle Institute at DePauw University provides the NEP an institutional home.

Cara Biasucci

Cara Biasucci

NEP BOARD MEMBER: INSTITUTIONAL PARTNER (UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN)

Cara Biasucci is Creator of Ethics Unwrapped, and Director of Ethics Education for the Center for Leadership and Ethics at The University of Texas at Austin.

Andrew Cullison

Andrew Cullison

NEP Board Member: Institutional Host

Dr. Cullison is Phyllis W. Nicholas Director of the Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University.

Deni Elliott

Deni Elliott

NEP Board Member: Chief Project Officer

Dr. Elliott holds the Poynter Jamison Chair in Media Ethics at the University of South Florida and is the Interim Regional Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and Vice-Provost for USF’s St. Petersburg campus.

Casey Frechette

Casey Frechette

NEP Board Member: Institutional Partner (University of South Florida)

Dr. Frechette is an associate professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg and the chair of the Department of Journalism & Digital Communication.

David Kidd

David Kidd

NEP Board Member: At Large

David Kidd is chief assessment scientist at the Democratic Knowledge Project and is based at the Harvard Graduate School of Education’s Project Zero.

Jess Miner

Jess Miner

NEP Board Member: Institutional Partner (Edmond J. Safra Center For Ethics, Harvard)

Jess Miner is the Executive Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics and the Edmond J. Safra Research Director, ex officio.

Anne Newman

Anne Newman

NEP Board Member: Institutional Partner (McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, Stanford)

Anne Newman is the Research Director at the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society at Stanford.

Institutional partners

Current partner institutions include Harvard University’s Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, DePauw University’s Prindle Institute for Ethics, Stanford University’s McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society, University of South Florida’s Department of Journalism & Digital Communication, University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Leadership and Ethics and the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics.

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