THIS EVENT IS PACKED WITH:
- Network with program leaders – for fresh insights on how to elevate your program and cultivate values
- Understand the role technology plays – in operationalizing ethics. Learn how leading organizations are moving from reactive compliance management to a proactive program
- Learn from industry experts – on the changing landscape and the latest industry trends
DISCUSSIONS WILL INCLUDE:
- How current societal movements are affecting ethics and compliance programs
- How to influence company culture to move away from traditional practices and veer towards an ethical transformation
- One of the industry’s biggest challenges – benchmarking! Review context around benchmarking data, not just trends, to better present to your stakeholders
- Leave with useful materials: 30 different KPIs which could be used to measure effectiveness + a self-assessment form for the new DOJ guidelines
- Learn pain points and best practices from your peers while also discussing opportunities
- A strong support network of ethics and compliance colleagues to lean on after the event’s conclusion and resources to help you be successful
Join the Conversation
Harriett Lee, Enterprise Account Executive, Convercent
Harriett Lee is an Enterprise Account Executive at Convercent with a decade of sales experience. She is an expert when it comes to collaborating with enterprise companies to evaluate their compliance programs enabling them to be more proactive by demonstrating effectiveness, engaging employees & identifying risk. Harriett has successfully worked with customers on connecting compliance with business process.
Grant Burns, Vice President and General Counsel, AFL
Grant Burns serves as vice president and general counsel of America Fujikura Ltd. – a global fiber optics manufacturer and solutions provider based in Duncan, South Carolina. In this capacity, Grant oversees all legal matters, as well as human resources, international trade, corporate governance, compliance, and government affairs. In addition, Grant is also involved in the strategic, legal and compliance activities of several other Fujikura group companies in North and South America.
Claire Lawrence, Senior Corporate Paralegal, AFL
Claire Lawrence serves as senior corporate paralegal of America Fujikura Ltd. – a global fiber optics manufacturer and solutions provider based in Duncan, South Carolina. In this capacity, Claire coordinates the litigation, intellectual property, compliance and privacy programs for AFL’s global organization. She was instrumental in developing AFL’s Compliance Dashboard and launching the Ethics and Compliance Portal. Claire designed our compliance training plan, ongoing messaging campaigns and continuously researches new and innovative ways to enhance AFL’s ethics and compliance program.
Brianna Woodsby, Director, Compliance and International Trade, AFL
Brianna Woodsby currently serves as Compliance and International Trade Director at AFL, headquartered in Spartanburg County, South Carolina. AFL is a Fujikura company which manufactures a wide range of products including fiber optic cable and related accessories, wiring harnesses, test equipment and fusion splicers with global manufacturing. Brianna has overall responsibility for ethics and compliance for AFL and its subsidiaries around the globe. Additionally, she is responsible for all export controls and import customs compliance matters with a primary focus on value-add to the organization while mitigating risk, maintaining compliance and ease of supply chain movement.