Compliance Jobs Report: June 10

Another week, another fulsome Compliance Jobs Report. We have new hires at the World Trade Organization, AbbVie, Panasonic, Accenture, Crowdstrike, and lots more; plus another compliance officer taking a key role at the Justice Department! Job openings this week in finance, food, and fine jewelry; and our Meme of the Week.

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Compliance Jobs News

This week we begin at the Justice Department — where, for a second time, we have a compliance officer taking a key role! Glenn Leon, chief ethics and compliance officer at Hewlett Packard Enterprises since 2015, is leaving that job to serve as chief of the Fraud Section of the Justice Department. This is a bit of a homecoming for Leon; he served as deputy chief of the section during the Obama Administration. His boss will be assistant attorney general Kenneth Polite, who served as chief compliance officer of Entergy Corp. for a year in the late 2010s.

The World Trade Organization has hired Mary Eastwood Jones to be head of its Office of Internal Oversight, working from Switzerland. Jones previously was executive director of the Association of Corporate Investigators for eight months; prior to that she was head of investigations at Oxford University Press

Daniel Moschion has joined pharmaceutical manufacturer AbbVie as associate director of global compliance audit. Moschion comes to AbbVie after seven years at Ernst & Young, most recently as a senior manager. 

compliance jobsPanasonic North America has hired Monica Lopez Reinmiller to be its new head of global ethics and compliance (and also assistant general counsel, but the compliance role is way cooler). Reinmiller joins Panasonic from T-Mobile, where she spent five years in various legal and compliance roles. 

Stephen Mbuthia has joined Balfour Beatty in London as ethics and compliance manager. Mbuthia comes to the construction giant (which settled FCPA charges with the United States late last year) from the delightfully named Fishawack Health, where he had been group senior compliance manager. 

Accenture has hired Parag Deodhar as the firm’s global IT audit lead, working from India. Deodhar joins the consulting giant after three years at VF Corp., where he was CISO for the Asia-Pacific region. 

In South Carolina, Jennifer Bottoms has joined Southeast Primary Care Partners as compliance officer. Bottoms previously worked at Trident Health System for three years as director of ethics and compliance.  

Cybersecurity firm Crowdstrike has hired David Wolfe as ethics and compliance counsel and program manager. Wolfe comes to Crowdstrike from eBay, where he had been ethics and compliance counsel since 2020. 

First Abu Dhabi Bank has hired Carlos Prudencio to head its Know Your Customer program in the United States, working from Washington. Prudencio joins FAB, as the bank calls itself, after a few years at Custodia Bank and UBS; but Prudencio had previously worked at FAB in the late 2010s as assistant vice president of compliance.

Jose Solis has retired from Brother International Corp., where he’d been director of ethics and compliance since 2017. Solis’ next move remains unknown, which is probably the best update one can give when retiring. 

Graciela Gilbert has a new role within the Sempra Energy empire. She is now director of risk and cash management at Sempra Infrastructure; previously she had been director of audit services for the Sempra parent company. 

Rosemary Carter has joined Vanguard Healthcare Solutions in London as head of risk and corporate services, a role where she oversees risk, data management, and ESG. Carter comes to Vanguard from Platform Housing Corp. in England, where she had been assistant director of corporate compliance. 

Frédéric Boidin has left his job as group compliance officer for Swedish telecom firm Telia, to join fintech payments firm Zimpler as legal counsel. Boidin had been with Telia for one year. 

In the asset management world, Kevin Gleason has joined New York Life Investments as chief compliance officer for the firm’s Mainstay Funds and IndexIQ ETFs. Gleason comes to New York Life from Voya Investment Management, where he had been chief compliance officer for 10 years. 

Deena King has a new job as senior partner in ethics and compliance at Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City. King had been chief compliance officer at University of Texas at Tyler since 2019.

TMF Group, a provider of business administration services, has moved Bruno Serafim from senior control and compliance analyst to senior onboarding analyst. Serafim is based in Brazil and has been with TMF since earlier this year.

Halliburton has promoted Shaunna Pietraszewski from director of ESG reporting to senior director and ESG controller (first time I’ve seen that title; sign of things to come). Pietraszewski has been with Halliburton since 2015.

Fluke Corp., a manufacturer of testing tools, has promoted Amber Kurke from global compliance manager to senior global compliance manager. Kurke joined Fluke in 2015.

SpringWorks Therapeutics, a biotech startup working on cancer treatments, hired Joseph Calrco as senior director of compliance. Calarco comes to the company from Idorsia Pharmaceuticals, where he had been senior director of U.S. compliance for a bit more than a year.

And in Chicago, Joshua Aubey has joined WellBe Senior Medical as chief compliance and privacy officer. Aubey had previously worked at DuPage Medical Group as vice president of compliance. 


Susana Rubinstein is celebrating one year at Uber as a regional ethics and compliance manager, based in Colombia. 

Emeka Nwankpah is celebrating one year as compliance counsel at General Motors. 

Andra Purkalitis just hit one year as chief compliance officer at USAA Real Estate.

And Stephen Warshavsky is celebrating one year as chief compliance officer at Jackpocket, an online gambling startup. 

Vendors and Service Providers

Former Justice Department official Hui Chen, who wrote the first version of the department’s guidelines for corporate compliance programs and quit her post in 2017 rather than work for The Former Guy Administration, has joined law firm Ropes and Gray working in its in-house consulting wing, R&G Insight Labs. Chen had lately been working with the city government in Honolulu and running her own ethics consulting business.

Ethena, a compliance training startup, has raised a $30 million round of funding to build out its product line. This is the company’s second round of funding, so expect its sales folks to start calling you soon.

Open Req Orders

Midwest grocery chain Meijer is looking for a corporate compliance manager. Job is based in Grand Rapid, Mich.

The Gemological Institute of America is looking for both an internal auditor and a senior internal auditor. Jobs are both remote, although the GIA is based in Carlsbad, Calif.

Financial firm Raymond James is looking for a manager of regulatory reporting and SOX compliance. Job is based in St. Petersburg, Fla.

Compliance Meme of the Week

That’s all for this week’s report.

As always, if you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or anything else, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. I’m always happy to give credit to the many hard-working people here in our corner of the business universe.

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