Global Ethics Summit 2010

Today I will be in New York attending the Global Ethics Summit 2010, hosted by Dow Jones and Ethisphere.

Assuming I can get an internet connection and power, I will be live-blogging from the summit. If not live, I will try to get my notes published later tonight on the train ride home.

Here is the agenda:

Compliance 2010 – What’s Next?

  • David G. Barry, Managing Editor, Financial Information Services, Dow Jones & Company
  • Genie Gavenchak, Senior Vice President, Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer & Deputy General Coun, News Corporation
  • Peter Jaffe, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, AES
  • Haydee Olinger, Corporate Vice President & Global Compliance Officer, McDonald’s
  • Grace Renbarger, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer, Dell Computer

Working Toward a Healthier Organization: Pfizer’s Compliance Program

  • Douglas M. Lankler, Senior Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer, Pfizer
  • Timothy P. Erblich, Executive Vice President, Ethisphere Institute, Ethisphere

Tone at the Top: The Board’s Role

  • Thomas O’Neil, Advisor, WellCare Health Plans
  • C. Turney Stevens, Dean, College of Business, Lipscomb University
  • TK Kerstetter, President & CEO, Corporate Board Member

Doing More with Less: Compliance During Tough Economic Times

  • Ronnie Kann, Managing Director, CELC, Corporate Executive Board
  • Keith Abrams, Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Bayer NA
  • Dean Krehmeyer, Executive Director, Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics
  • Jeremy Wilson, Senior Manager, Ethics Office, Cisco Systems
  • Alexandra Wrage, President, Trace International

Global Insights into the Anti-Corruption Landscape

  • Rupert de Ruig, Managing Director, Risk and Compliance, Dow Jones & Company

Training a Diverse Workforce: Best Practices

  • Erica Salmon Byrne, Assistant General Counsel & Managing Director, Compliance Advisory Services, Corpedia
  • Loren Becher, Manager, Compliance Training and Communications, American Express
  • Stella Raymaker, Director, Ethics & Equal Employment Opportunity Compliance, Waste Management
  • Howard Sklar, Anti-Corruption Counsel, Hewlett-Packard
  • Nan Stout, VP, Business Ethics, Staples

Don’t Be Evil: Imagination at Work with Google and GE’s Compliance Programs

  • Brackett Denniston, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, General Electric
  • Andy Hinton, Chief Compliance Officer & Associate General Counsel, Google
  • Stephen Martin, General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer, Corpedia

Transparency –What, How Much and When?

  • Alex Brigham, Executive Director, Ethisphere Institute, Ethisphere
  • David Andrews, Board Member, Union Bank of California
  • Nancy Zucker Boswell, President & CEO, Transparency International USA
  • Wendy Hallgren, VP, Corporate Compliance, Fluor
  • David Howard, Partner, Dechert

When the Government Comes Knocking: Trends and Tips for Dealing with Regulators and Enforcement Officials

  • Ty Cobb, Partner, Hogan & Hartson
  • Paul S. Atkins, Co-founder & Managing Director, Patomak Partners
  • Eric Feldman, Senior Advisor to the Director for Procurement Integrity, National Reconnaissance Office
  • Brian Martin, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, KLA-Tencor
  • Hank Bond Walther, Assistant Chief, U.S. Department of Justice

Does Compliance Matter?

  • Joan Meyer, Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP
  • Jeffrey Benjamin, Vice President & General Counsel, Novartis
  • Charles Elson, Director, HealthSouth
  • Patricia Nazemetz, Chief Ethics Officer, Xerox
  • Gregory S. Nixon, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary & Chief Compliance O, DynCorp International
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