As a licensed Professional Engineer, I am required to abide by multiple Codes of Ethics in my professional life. These codes come from places like from the National Society of Professional Engineers, state engineering licensing boards, and professional societies. But even if I wasn’t required to follow these codes of ethics, being ethical has been engrained in me through my upbringing and my professional development in my career. I share these high ethics with everyone else at Applied Control Engineering (ACE) and they are built into the very cornerstones of our company, whether it is how we interact with customers, employee relations, finance, the project management office, and all other areas. And today, on Global Ethics, I find myself reflecting on what that means to me and my company.