Anne has extensive experience conducting assessments of ethics and compliance risks, corporate culture, and compliance program effectiveness. She has designed codes of conduct and related policies and processes. Anne has also delivered trainings using custom-designed case studies and has conducted several confidential investigations involving ethics and compliance issues.
Anne’s professional experience includes:
Staff Vice President and Ethics Officer, General Dynamics Corporation, leading the Business Ethics and Conduct program that reached 95,000 employees around the world;
A 20-year career in Human Resources with General Dynamics and, previously, with GTE Corporation.
Anne holds a BA from Smith College and an MBA from INSEAD, the European Institute of Business Administration, in Fontainebleau, France. She is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional.
In his work for JTI, Eric has supported the design of anti-corruption policies and implemented compliance training programs in Europe, Africa and North America.
Eric is an attorney, former US state and federal prosecutor, US government anti-corruption expert, international monitor, and executive trainer on legal issues. He has prosecuted a range of cases from violent to financial crime and has represented the US government in criminal investigations and trials throughout the US, including corruption, tax, money-laundering, fraud, bribery, and drug-trafficking offenses. Prior to entering private practice where he represented, among other clients, whistleblowers in trans-national litigation, Eric served as a legal advisor to the OECD on anti-corruption monitoring efforts.
A fluent French speaker, Eric teaches law at HEC/Paris School of Management and regularly appears on France24 television to provide legal analysis and commentary.
Sally’s professional experience includes:
Interim Compliance Manager BP Lubricants;
Head of Risk Advisory for BBC Worldwide, coordinating risk reporting for the Audit Committee’s quarterly review of the BBC’s board, revising the BBC’s anti-corruption program, and participating in the BBC’s anti-fraud group;
Global Director of Compliance and Corporate Security for Nortel; and
Leader of the legal department for BBC Technology, part of BBC Worldwide.
Sally was also a partner in international law firms, where she counseled multinationals investing in the former Soviet Union and advised the governments of Russia and Kazakhstan on commercial law reform and privatization.
Sally is admitted to the California State Bar and is a member of the Law Society for England and Wales and the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE). In 2013, she received the SCCE’s Compliance and Ethics Award for significant contribution to the compliance and ethics profession.
Sally earned a law degree with honors from the University of California, Hastings College of Law, and an LLM from the London School of Economics.
You can listen to Sally's May 2018 podcast on Organizational Ethics here.
Jane, advises organizations on how to engage meaningfully with values and ethics through compelling communication and leadership development.
Jane’s career began at the BBC in London. She moved into corporate film production and subsequently developed employee engagement and internal communication programs for public and private sector clients.
This expertise led her into the world of compliance and ethics. She has worked at all levels of major global organizations including BP, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems, Meggitt, BT, Tesco, Coop Bank, Anglo American, Serco and Airbus.
A recent client endorsed Jane to be “...an astute listener and masterful dot connector (whose) skills are invaluable in our all-too complex world." Further, Jane is a recipient of the prestigious award, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), for her outstanding contributions to social progress and development.