DAYTON, OHIO, February 19, 2010 - Your Better Business Bureau is pleased to announce it has selected Christy Mauch to serve as the executive director of its foundation, the Center for Business and Consumer Ethics (CBCE). She stepped into her new role in January.
John North, BBB president and CEO, says, "Christy’s 12 years of devotion to and work with nonprofit leaders in the Miami Valley made her the natural selection for this position. Her leadership and vision will take the organization to the next level, serving even more nonprofits, businesses and consumers in our community. Her dedication to your BBB and its mission will be an asset to the Center for Business and Consumer Ethics."
Christy Mauch began her career with your BBB overseeing the organization’s Charitable Advisory Service and Advertising Review programs. In 2002, she was promoted to serving as your BBB’s assistant director of operations. Last year, she stepped into the role of director of operations and continues to serve in that role as she takes on the additional position with CBCE. In addition to her career at your Better Business Bureau, she is an adjunct communication arts instructor at Sinclair Community College. Christy is a member of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce, Leadership Dayton Class of 2010, Wright State University’s American Humanics Community Council and serves on its programming committee. She’s also the secretary and liaison of the Advertising Review Council. She holds a masters degree from the University of Dayton and an undergraduate degree from Bowling Green State University.
Christy Mauch says, "In my role with your Better Business Bureau, I have had the opportunity to ardently engage in working with businesses and consumers to generate trust and assist in building amicable marketplace relationships. I am eager to advance these objectives and further promote local collaborative efforts in enhancing an ethical marketplace as executive director of the Center for Consumer and Business Ethics."
The CBCE is committed to collaborating with businesses, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies to deliver programs and initiatives that communicate how to identify and support trust, ethics and integrity in business and overall decision making. The CBCE carries its message to all populations on how to prepare themselves for effective marketplace interactions and advance overall ethical behavior. The CBCE’s current community outreach programs include financial literacy and consumer education programs for teens and adults; shoplifting deterrent programs for teens; an ethical decision making program for youth under the age of 10; and consumer education/financial literacy programs designed for military personnel and their families.
As always, Start With Trust by turning to your BBB as a resource to find unbiased and reliable information that evaluates the trustworthiness of companies based on a set of high standards so you can have confidence in your choices of businesses to work with. Visit www.bbb.org or call (937) 222-5825 or (800) 776-5301.
BBB, the leader in advancing marketplace trust, is an unbiased non-profit organization that sets and upholds high standards for fair and honest business behavior. Businesses that earn BBB accreditation contractually agree and adhere to the organization’s high standards of ethical business behavior. BBB provides objective advice, free business BBB Reliability ReportsTM and charity BBB Wise Giving ReportsTM, and educational information on topics affecting marketplace trust. To further promote trust, BBB also offers complaint and dispute resolution support for consumers and businesses when there is difference in viewpoints. The first BBB was founded in 1912. Today, 125 BBBs serve communities across the U.S. and Canada, evaluating and monitoring more than four million local and national businesses and charities. Please visit www.bbb.org for more information about BBB.