Dr. Neal Trautman
Dr. Neal Trautman, Ph.D.
Dr. Neal Trautman is the author of EthicsEd's Preventing Sexual Misconduct and Abuse course. He has authored 12 published books, presented over 500 ethics and leadership seminars, been a special guest speaker at 59 conferences, written 56 articles and conducted 4 nationwide research studies.
Dr. Trautman is the founder of the National Institute of Ethics, a non-profit, Congressional award-winning organization dedicated to furthering ethics and integrity throughout America. He is also the founding President of the International Association of Ethics Trainers.
As a Senior Analyst, he consults and teaches anti-corruption seminars to foreign government officials for United States Department of State and Commonwealth Trading Partners, Inc.
Prior to founding the National Institute of Ethics, Neal finished his 16-year government career as the Director of
Human Resources for the city of Winter Park, Florida.
Helix Charter High School
Current Professional Positions:
- Executive Director, National Institute of Ethics
- President, International Association of Ethics Trainers
- Board of Directors, Ethics In The Public Service, Int’l. Network
- Board of Directors, American Academy of Police Psychology
- Chair, American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, Professional Development Committee
- Doctorate of Philosophy: Administration of Criminal
Justice, St. John’s University, Louisiana , 2001;
- Doctoral Study, University of Central Florida, Orlando
and University of Miami (1983-1988)
- Master of Science: Criminal Justice, Rollins College,
Winter Park, FL
- Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice, Rollins College,
Winter Park, FL