Alumnae Samantha Greves to moderate panel at 2015 Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute
New England College of Business graduate Samantha Greves, who earned her Master of Science in Business Ethics & Compliance (MBEC) in 2015, will participate as a moderator at the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics (SCCE) 14th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute in Las Vegas, Nevada on Oct. 4.
Samantha will moderate the panel, “How to Utilize an Ethics and Compliance Liaison Structure to Dramatically Intensify your Program's Reach and Impact in a Cost-Efficient Manner,” featuring panelists Michael Kallens, Associate General Counsel & Manager of Corporate Ethics and Compliance at Booz Allen Hamilton; Courtney Wallize, Corporate Director of Ethics for Northrop Grumman Corporation; and Anne R. Harris, Principal of Ethics Works, LLC. This interactive panel will explore various approaches to designing an ethics and compliance liaison structure as well as how such a structure can help an organization realize a sustained long-term impact through ethical practice.
“I'm so excited to be surrounded by such a passionate and engaging group of compliance professionals,” Samantha says. “This is an amazing opportunity to learn and hear from some of the best in the business. More than 1,600 professionals will gather to address the challenges facing our industry and discuss meaningful solutions for the future.”
Samantha, currently a Senior Ethics Analyst for Duke Energy, has worked in compliance since 2007, and has experience in both the energy and healthcare industries. She was also selected to speak at the upcoming Utilities & Energy Compliance & Ethics Conference in Houston, Texas in February 2016.
“My favorite part about working in ethics and compliance? I love that I can make a living helping companies do business the right way,” she says. “It's also an amazing opportunity to understand an organization from a holistic point-of-view.”
“Programs like the MBEC at NECB prepare professionals for advancement in their careers in a manner that is focused, convenient and cost effective,” says Samantha. “This degree differentiated me from other candidates in our industry and definitely helped me attain my latest position at Duke Energy.”