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Ethics in Business & Community: Year Five

For the last few weeks we have been sharing about the inspiring different business, nonprofits, and individuals who have been awarded during the annual Ethics in Business & Community awards over the last 10 years, and today we want to highlight our fifth year recipients! We held our 5th annual ceremony in 2006, and presented awards in the following categories:


Tate Austin


Lifeworks  – LifeWorks is a non-profit organization that transitions youth and families from crisis to safety and success. We provide counseling, education and housing to over 10, 000 individuals each year.


Diana Resnik – President and Chief Executive Officer, Community Care and Seton Shoal Creek Hospital Seton Healthcare Family. Diana responsible for Seton’s behavioral health inpatient and outpatient programs along with primary care, outreach and chronic disease programs and collaborations outside the traditional acute hospital that help meet the health care needs in Central Texas with a special emphasis on uninsured and underinsured.

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