Leadership Arlington on Oct. 8 was presented with the National Capital Business Ethics Award, for its commitment to the highest level of business practices and ethics at the board and staff levels.

The award was presented by the National Capital chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals.

“There was a buzz from everyone we talked to [in Leadership Arlington] about their personal commitment to the mission and their core value of ethics, which they define as ‘setting a moral compass in thought and action,’” said Judge Susan Koch, who presented the award to Leadership Arlington CEO Betsy Frantz.

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