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CPB Harassment Prevention Training Webinar

Monday, August 27, 2018
3:00 pm–4:30 pm ET
CPE Credits: 1.5

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This webinar is offered to the community at no cost to both members and nonmembers.

Community Service Grant (CSG) recipients must complete a new requirement, harassment prevention training, by October 1, 2018, to qualify for their fiscal year 2019 CSG award. Participants will learn more about the requirement to provide harassment prevention training to all officers, employees, and interns at their CSG-supported stations, as well as what their options are to comply with the new requirement. We will also provide an introduction to the Navex Training module, which CPB is making available to all CSG stations at no cost to satisfy this requirement. Throughout the webinar, there will be ample opportunity for participants to ask questions about the requirement as well as the NAVEX training module.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the objectives of the new requirement.
  • Learn the basic details of this requirement, including to whom the requirement applies.
  • Learn how to access the online training CPB provides to meet this goal and what alternative training will be acceptable should the station choose another option.
  • Learn how to document your station’s fulfillment of the requirement.

Speakers are from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting:

Audience Participation: Questions and polling throughout
Content Level: Overview and foundational
Target Audience: Representatives from public media stations that receive a CSG who are responsible for their station’s compliance to the harassment training requirement.
Field of Study: Personnel/HR
Prerequisites: None

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Speaker Bios

  • Greg Schnirring
    Greg Schnirring is Vice President, CSG and Station Initiatives at the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Schnirring oversees policy implementation for the Community Service Grant (CSG) program and directs the operations of the Office of Grants Administration. Previously, Schnirring served for 10 years as the CPB Vice President, Radio, where he oversaw the CPB Radio Program Fund, radio system investments, station relations, and the CPB Radio Department's administrative activities. Schnirring has worked full-time in public broadcasting for more than 35 years and served as the Director of Radio at both Wisconsin Public Radio and South Dakota Public Radio.
  • Kortnei Morris
    Kortnei Morris is the project coordinator to the System Development and Media Strategy (SDMS) department at CPB. In her position, she communicates with CSG grantees on a daily basis and works with staff on CSG calculation preparation and administration of the program. Prior to coming to CPB, Kortnei worked at Community Education Group and The Pew Charitable Trusts.  She is a graduate of Howard University.
  • Cara Dalrymple
    Cara Dalrymple is Vice President for Human Resources for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Ms. Dalrymple is an experienced human resource professional with over 20 years of experience in both internal human resource management and external human resource consulting. Prior to joining CPB, Ms. Dalrymple worked as an HR Management Consultant for KnowledgeBank, directed the HR department at Pacific Institute, and worked as an HR Generalist at HEINZ, USA and QWIZ, Inc.
  • Westwood Smithers, Jr.
    As CPB’s chief legal officer, West Smithers defends the company’s legal interests, monitors compliance with federal and D.C. law, and ensures adherence to standards of ethical conduct in CPB’s administration of the federal appropriation for public broadcasting. Smithers joined CPB in 2005. From 1999 to 2005, he was Executive Vice President and General Manager for Business Operations of the Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation's Central Virginia television stations, WCVE-TV and WCVW-TV. During that time, he also served as General Counsel and Secretary to the corporation's board of directors. From 1995 until 1999, he served as Vice President for Broadcasting and Telecommunications Services, directing the corporation's Central Virginia communications, broadcasting and engineering operations.