Perspectives of Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers on the Detection and Prevention of Corporate Misdeeds: What the Policy Community Should Know

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APPENDIX A: CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS
NameAffiliation
Moderator
Michael D. GreenbergResearch Director, RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance
Participants
J. Troy BeattySenior Counsel, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Donna BoehmePrincipal, Compliance Strategists, LLC; Advisory Board Member, RAND Center for Corporate Ethics and Governance
Keith DarcyExecutive Director, Ethics and Compliance Officer Association
Paula J. DesioChair for Ethics Policy, Ethics Resource Center
Kathleen GetzSenior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Kogod School of Business, American University
Pat GnazzoSenior VP and General Manager, U.S. Public Sector, AC, Inc.
Patricia HarnedPresident, Ethics Resource Center
Eric HellandSenior Economist, RAND ICE
Fred KippermanAssociate Director, RAND ICE
Stephen KohnPresident, National Whistleblowers Center
Gerald S. MartinVisiting Assistant Professor, Kogod School of Business, American University
Joe MurphyPublic Policy Chair, Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Edward SouleAssociate Professor, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University
Harold TinklerChief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Deloitte LLP
Alan YuspehSenior VP, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, HCA, Inc.
Dean A. ZerbeNational Managing Director, alliantgroup

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