The National Guild for Community Arts Education requires its directors, officers, trustees, employees, and volunteers to observe high standards of business and personal ethics, as such personal ethics relate to the organization, in the conduct of their duties and responsibilities.
As such, the Guild's Board of Trustees has adopted a whistleblower policy in order to:
(a) Encourage and enable individuals associated with the Guild to raise concerns regarding suspected illegal or unethical conduct or practices or violations of the Guild’s policies on a confidential and, if desired, anonymous basis;
(b) Protect those individuals from retaliation for raising such concerns; and
(c) Establish policies and procedures for the Guild to receive and investigate reported concerns and address and correct inappropriate conduct and actions.