41. Bill is an adjunct faculty member at Lakeside University-Harristown, where he teaches nonprofit management at the graduate level. One of his students, Lisa, the CEO of a small nonprofit that runs an animal shelter, approaches him after class and asks him if he can help her with a real-life problem. Her board has asked her to create a strategic plan, and she thinks Bill would be the best person to be hired. She wants to know if Bill is willing to do this for the shelter, for which he would be paid $75/hour, probably much more than he is being paid to teach the class. Bill is quite busy with his own job, in addition to his teaching duties, but he has one kid who will be starting college in the fall, and he thinks the money would be welcome.
a. Is Bill being ethical by accepting the work offered by Lisa?