The Compliance Jobs Report this week has a big departure at HP, several compliance chiefs getting promoted to general counsel, new hires in artificial intelligence and pharma, and lots more. We also have job leads in higher ed, healthcare, and financial services, and Meme of the Week goes out to promotions!
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Compliance Jobs News
This week we begin with an ending at Hewlett-Packard. HP’s chief audit executive, Beth Howe, is leaving the computing giant after 17 years to join microprocessor company SiTime as chief financial officer. Howe had been head of audit at HP since 2021. No word yet on who might succeed her there.
Colleen Dorsey has been named chief ethics and compliance officer at Cognovi Labs, an AI startup working on predictive analytics for customer behavior. Dorsey was previously director of the organizational ethics and compliance curriculum at the University of St. Thomas law school in Minnesota and says she will continue to teach there.
Adventist Healthcare, a nonprofit hospital system headquartered in Maryland, has promoted chief compliance officer Dwayne Leslie to general counsel. Leslie has been with Adventist 2019. He succeeds Ken DeStefano, who is retiring. Unclear who might succeed Leslie as chief compliance officer.
And in a similar move, Teledyne Technologies (maker of digital imaging equipment) is promoting Melanie Cibik from associate general counsel, where she managed ethics and compliance issues, to general counsel and chief compliance officer. Teledyne also says George Bobb, a long-time executive there who served as CCO in the mid-2010s, has been promoted to president and chief operating officer.
Jill Atstupenas just turned up at Syndax Pharmaceuticals, a biotech research firm in suburban Boston, as director of compliance. Atstupenas had been director of compliance and privacy at Akili Interactive until September.
Sunny times for Robyn Sautter: she just joined First Solar Corp. as senior manager of ethics and compliance. Sautter comes to the solar energy startup after 15 years in various roles at Materion Corp., the last six of them as director of ethics and compliance.
Koch Industries has promoted Kristel Imeraj from audit manager to senior audit manager. Imeraj has been with Koch since 2020.
Lila Landis has expanded her role at SEKO Logistics, from chief compliance officer to global chief compliance officer. SEKO says the title change is to reflect Landis’ growing role as the company expands its global footprint.
Jonathan Scott is leaving GLG, an information services firm where he has been chief compliance officer since 2017. No word yet on where he might go next, although he posted a nice tribute to his team and colleagues.
Christine DeSousa has a new job at Wellington-Altus, an investment advisory firm in Toronto, where she will be associate vice president of supervision to watch over the business activities of the firm’s investment advisers. DeSousa had previously worked in regulatory compliance and branch management at Richardson Wealth, Manulife Securities, and other Canadian firms.
JCDecaux, an advertising company based in France, has promoted Esthephany Felix Inoa from compliance counsel to head of compliance. (She is also the company’s data protection officer.) Inoa has been with JCD for four years.
And in what is believed to be our first-ever Jobs Report update from Iceland, Barbara Albertsdottir has joined Íslandsbanki as head of transformation. She had previously worked at Deutsche Bank as global head of regulatory change.
Ion Anghel is celebrating one year at Goldman Sachs, where he is executive director of risk governance.
Jillian Gillespie is celebrating one year as director of compliance at Seagen.
Kirstie Stephens just reached one year as head of legal and compliance at LRQA, an advisory and certification business based in Britain.
Mary Beth Svetz is celebrating one year as North America ethics and compliance lead at CSL Behring.
Bianca Bernecker has hit five years as group compliance officer of SBM Offshore.
David Styler is celebrating five years as chief compliance officer at Horizon Pharma.
Vendors & Service Providers
The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association have named two new directors to their unified board: Adam Balfour, general counsel for corporate compliance at Bridgestone Americas; and Betsy Wade, chief compliance and ethics officer at Signature HealthCARE.
Worth MacMurray, interim chief executive officer of the Coalition for Integrity since last summer, has been named permanent CEO. The coalition is a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., working to reduce public-sector corruption; I’m sure that keeps them quite busy.
Open Req Orders
Duke University is looking for a director of institutional compliance programs. Job is based in Durham, N.C.; no salary range disclosed.
Rendr, a physician medical practice in New York City that serves primarily the Asian community, is looking for a chief compliance, ethics, and privacy officer. Job is based in New York City, with a salary range listed at $228,000 to $270,000.
Transamerica is seeking a director of third-party risk management. Job can be based in any of several metro locations around the country; salary range listed at $115,000 to $153,000.
Compliance Meme of the Week
That’s all for this week’s report.
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