APRIL 13 – 15

Ethisphere’s Global Ethics Summit has always been a place for companies and delegates to learn, develop and share ideas that elevate our field and lead to greater business integrity. It’s been a place to become better.

When we realized that we’d be entirely virtual in 2021 because of the pandemic, we took a clean slate view of GES, challenging ourselves to create an experience that actually improved on previous years. Our theme acknowledges the challenges we’ve been facing and how we’ve all adapted to become better.

This year’s GES will showcase more companies, feature more points of view and bring together a larger community. And most of all, it will be for the better.

FOR THE BETTER

50+ hours of content beginning in February and extending throughout 2021 creating more opportunities to showcase best-in-class companies and leaders

Assemble your global team to engage with one another and top leaders representing every continent, and 30+ industries.

Formats that provide opportunities for discussions to go beyond traditional E&C topics, and address how business can come together to solve today’s biggest challenges.

Programming will be entirely virtual, leveraging technology to allow for greater international accessibility and the opportunity for you to participate from the comfort of your home.

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Thank you to the following individuals for lending their insights into this year’s programming.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Six months of programming, culminating in a 3-day live virtual event, across a variety of formats

Kicking off in February, ask your questions to expert leaders as they dive into some of today’s most pressing issues.

Hear best practices, tactical approaches, see real time examples and ask questions as organizations bring their teams to present on leading topics.

 

Senior executives from top multinational companies set the tone during our keynotes along side topical focused panel sessions with leading E&C professionals sharing insights and experiences on key components of successful programs.

Small group meetings structured to encourage group video discussions around key topics and challenges companies are facing today through short company driven presentations, questions and sharing best practices.

 

OUR PROGRAM

The 2021 agenda is continuing to be developed and content will begin to become available in February.
Discussions and insights will address the following topics and more:

  • Equity and Social Justice

  • Fostering an Integrity Culture

  • The Role of Behavioral Science in Ethics

  • Crisis Response: Lessons from 2020

  • Ethical Pulse Data and Validation

  • Ethics across Third Parties

  • Building a Global Champion Program

  • M&A: New Tools and Processes to Elevate the Compliance Function

  • ESG: Effective Reporting and Disclosure for Human Rights Issues

  • Ethics and Data Integration in Compliance Programs

  • Program Improvement sessions on Anti-Corruption, Management Toolkits, Hotline and Reporting, Investigations, Training, and more

SUMMIT FACULTY

REVATHI ADVAITHI
Chief Executive Officer,
Flex

DAVID HUNTLEY
Senior Executive Vice President & Chief Compliance Officer,
AT&T Inc.

LUCY FATO
Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Global Head of Communications and Government Affairs,
AIG

KURT DRAKE
Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer,
Kimberly-Clark

NANCY L.
BERARDINELLI-KRANTZ

Senior Vice President and Chief Counsel, for Innovation, Digital and Technology,
Eaton

SOOJI SEO
Chief Privacy Officer,
Dell

ASH MISHRA
Senior Assistant General Counsel,
Polaris Industries

SHARON RYAN
Senior Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary,
International Paper

JIM WALSH
Managing Vice President Ethics & Investigations, Insider Threat, and Incentive Risk,
Capital One

MELISSA STAPELTON BARNES
Senior Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management, and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer,
Eli Lilly and Company

SHRUTY SHAH
President & CEO,
Coalition for Integrity

BEN BARD
Vice President, Global Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Global Security,
ADM

TERRY H. STRINGER
Head of the Ethics Office, Employment Ethics Compliance & Investigations ,
HP Inc.

BRIAN WHITE
VP Compliance,
J.M. Smucker

CALLIE PAPPAS
Vice President, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer & Deputy General Counsel,
Schnitzer Steel Industries

DON SINKO
Chief Integrity Officer,
Cleveland Clinic

CHRISTINA REESE
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer,
Early Warning

GREG RADINSKY
Senior Vice President & Chief Corporate Compliance Officer,
Northwell Health

CATHY KRAMER
Global Head of Investigations,
CBRE

ANTONIO FERNÁNDEZ
Chief Compliance Officer,
Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG)

STACEY M. SPRENKEL
Partner,
Morrison & Foerster

SAMANTHA VAUGHAN
Senior Vice President, Corporate Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer,
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts

SCOTT SULLIVAN
Chief Integrity and
Compliance Officer,

Newmont Corporation

KATHLEEN FRANKLIN
Global Ethics and Compliance Strategy Leader,
Sony Group

JOHN GERZEMA
Chief Executive Officer,
The Harris Poll

DR. STEFANIE K. JOHNSON
Associate Professor,
University of Colorado Boulder Leeds School of Business, Author of National Bestseller, INCLUSIFY

LOUIS SAPIRMAN
VP, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, and Chief Compliance Counsel ,
Panasonic Corporation of North America

MARYAM HUSSAIN
Partner, Forensic & Integrity Services,
EY

ALAN GIBSON
Assistant General Counsel, Office of Legal Compliance,
Microsoft Corporation

DEBRA CHANG
Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Trade,
Salesforce

MATT GALVIN
Global Vice President for Ethics and Compliance,
AB-InBev

KRISTIN MANNEY
Education & Engagement Manager, Global Ethics & Compliance,
Oshkosh Corporation

FORREST DEEGAN
Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer,
Abercrombie & Fitch

MARY HODGES
Manager, Head Global Strategy and Trade Compliance,
Lonza Group

ERICA SALMON-BYRNE
Executive Vice President and Chair of BELA,
Ethisphere

ROBERT MASCOLA
Senior Director, Compliance Programs,
Fordham Law School

LESLIE BENTON
Vice President,
Ethisphere

PAUL CONNELLY
Chief Security Officer,
HCA Healthcare

TODD HAUGH
Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics,
Indiana University – Kelley School of Business

JEREMY WILSON
Director, Global Compliance,
Kimberly-Clark

JONATHAN J. RUSCH
Adjunct Professor
Georgetown University Law Center and American University, Washington College of Law

CRAIG MOSS
Executive Vice President,
Ethisphere

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