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Aug 07 2020

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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Optimizing Risk Management Using Artificial Intelligence – Sponsored by True Office Learning

AI, NLP, ANN, etc…. As a compliance professional with a broad scope, limited free time, and a need to prioritize your focus, do you really need to add more acronyms to your vocabulary? Aren’t artificial intelligence and the technology surrounding it the responsibility of our information technology colleagues?

This webinar provides an overview of the latest working group paper, Optimizing Risk Management Using Artificial Intelligence, published by a group of ECI members and E&C practitioners.

In this hour-long webinar, you will take home practical knowledge on:

  • Leveraging data and artificial intelligence to further E&C;
  • Practical applications and use-cases of AI;
  • Ethical implications of the use of artificial intelligence and machine-learning; and more!

Credits Earned for Attending: 1 CEU

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Working Group Members: (Chair) Cindy Cetani, Indivior ✦ Tiffany Butler, World Concern ✦ Liam Dagless, GSK ✦ Chris Dorsey, National Grid ✦ Colleen Dorsey, University St. Thomas ✦ Diana Floyd, Alta Resources ✦ Julie Gershman, Prudential Financial ✦ Jamilla Jean, Baker McKenzie ✦ Kim Kuennen, CUNA Mutual Group ✦ Blair Marks, Lockheed Martin ✦ Kim Miller, Rolls-Royce ✦ Page Motes, Dell, Inc. ✦ Mary Ann Nord, Leidos ✦ Margaret Huggett, BP ✦ Dinesh Relwani, The Boeing Company ✦ Paul Zikmund, Baker Tilly.

 

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Speakers

  • Cindy Cetani
    Cindy Cetani
    Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer, Indivior PLC

    In October 2018, Cindy was appointed as Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer for Indivior, bringing 31 years of US and global leadership in the pharmaceutical industry, with the diversity of cross-industry experience spanning managed care, life and health insurance. The majority of her career has been dedicated to driving a culture of learning and integrity, and compliance program vision, while enabling innovation and patient-focused business results.

  • Colleen Dorsey
    Colleen Dorsey
    Dir. of Org. Ethics & Compliance, University of St. Thomas School of Law

    Colleen Dorsey joined the University of St. Thomas School of Law in 2015. She previously spent nearly 16 years as in-house counsel for Land O’Lakes, where she developed and implemented the company’s first compliance and ethics program. She also served as in-house counsel at Syngenta Seeds, Inc., before joining Hutchinson P.A., a private practice in Wayzata where she focused her practice on food and agri-business matters. At St. Thomas, she is charged with managing the Organizational Ethics and Compliance programs’ visibility and growth, and supporting student recruitment, advising and employment.

  • Julie Gershman
    Julie Gershman
    Principal, SolutionsJewels, LLC (Fmr. Global Ethics Officer, Prudential Financial, Inc.)

    Julie Gershman focuses on the intersection of human behavior, the law, and technology. In 2015, she founded SolutionJewels, a consulting firm, that works with companies and charities to maximize their impact through their most valuable resources – their people. She creates engaging programming that enables employees to find their voices in the workplace, trains nonprofit boards of directors, and trains employees on the inextricable link between ethical leadership and outstanding business results. Julie also teaches ethics to global students from the high school classroom to the boardroom.

    Julie began her career as a commercial litigator and employment lawyer, and after moving in-house as corporate counsel for MetLife she honed both her legal skills and business acumen proactively to advise on policy and dispute resolution. Throughout her nearly 15 years at MetLife, she worked in both legal and business capacities to drive results and minimize risk.

    Most recently, Julie was the Global Ethics Officer for Prudential Financial, Inc. responsible for ensuring the ethical culture at Prudential reflected the company’s purpose, principles and values. In this role, most notably she created and governed the Company’s global code of conduct, promoted a speak up culture, connected the company purpose to integrity, and created and delivered ethics education and training to the 50,000 constituents of the Prudential global community.

    Julie graduated from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, cum laude, and completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

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