Sandra Bell Enterprise Transformation Office, Program Manager
With a solid plan, and belief in yourself and in your team, you can do anything.
Over the past 20 years I have successfully delivered over 50 Large IT Projects for Fortune 500 Companies. My passion is Project Management, and my Motto is “I Never Give Up”.
As a PMP and Certified Scrum Master, I can help you organize your work and realize your vision.
My recent obsessions include Finance, Compliance, and Risk Management, and when I’m not in the office you can find me Kayaking, Hiking, and Investing in Real Estate.
IT Consultant and Public Speaker skilled in Project and Portfolio Management, Cybersecurity, Risk Management, Financial and ERP Systems. MBA from Rochester Institute of Technology, BSIT from Southern Illinois University.
Todd is the Senior Vice President of Strategy at ProcessUnity. He has more than 20 years’ experience in product management and strategic roles for leading technology providers. In 2003, his governance, risk and compliance (GRC) startup was purchased by Stellent, which was soon after bought by Oracle Corporation. Todd worked for Oracle for seven years before joining ProcessUnity in 2014. He has extensive GRC experience, working with organizations’ engineering, services and sales teams to develop solutions, enable sales and deliver customer success.
Todd is responsible for collaborating with customers, partners, and internal product teams to develop and deliver high-value risk and compliance solutions. In his role, he drives the company’s cloud services roadmap and defines ProcessUnity’s overall strategic direction.
Former Chief, FCPA Unit, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Kara Brockmeyer is a litigation partner based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. She is a member of the White Collar & Regulatory Defense and Strategic Crisis Response and Solutions Groups.Prior to joining Debevoise in 2017, Ms. Brockmeyer served as the Chief of the SEC Enforcement Division’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit and directed a nationwide team of attorneys and forensic accountants investigating violations of the FCPA, including anti-bribery, books and records, and internal controls provisions of the federal securities laws.During her tenure as chief of the unit, she oversaw many of the agency’s largest and most complex FCPA investigations, and under her leadership, the SEC increased its coordination with other countries to reach global settlement resolutions. She was also one of the principal authors of the SEC-DOJ Resource Guide to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which is widely considered the definitive government-issued guide on the FCPA.Ms. Brockmeyer’s expertise extends well beyond the FCPA. Over a seventeen-year career at the SEC, including five years as an assistant director, she has led and personally conducted major investigations in all areas of SEC enforcement, including financial reporting, broker-dealer and investment adviser violations, and insider trading. She was also the founder and co-head of the division’s Cross–Border Working Group, an interdisciplinary group focused on addressing accounting fraud by companies based overseas.Before joining the SEC in 2000, Ms. Brockmeyer was in private practice in Chicago, primarily focused on securities and complex commercial litigation.Ms. Brockmeyer earned her J.D. in 1992 from the University of Michigan Law School, magna cum laude, where she was also Note Editor of the Michigan Law Review. She received her B.A. from Williams College, cum laude, in 1989.
Rodney Campbell Head of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM)
Valley National Bank
Keynote speaker, Rodney Campbell is a recognized industry leader in Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) framework, Relationship Management, Contract Management & Performance Management. Rodney is a business champion, dedicated to empowering organizations and business leaders with industry insights and best practices to establish both regulatory compliance and operational success. Experienced in developing global programs, processes, cross-functional teams from the ground up and leading projects spanning Asia-Pacific, Latin America, United Kingdom and North America regions, Rodney creates a high-impact, collaborative environment that eliminates silos and cross borders.
Additionally, Rodney serves as a New Jersey Disaster Response Crisis Counselor (NJDRCC) sponsored by the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), NJ Disaster and Terrorism Branch / FEMA. The NJDRCC assist individuals and communities in recovering from the effects of natural and human-caused disasters through the provision of community-based outreach and psycho-educational services.
Ann Chagiassian Chief Compliance Officer, Americas
Ann Chaglassian is the Chief Compliance Officer for the Americas at Mercer, a Marsh McLennan company that delivers advice and technology-driven solutions to help organizations worldwide meet the health, wealth and career needs of a changing workforce. In her role as Chief Compliance Officer, Ann is responsible for the company’s US, Canada, and Latin America risk and compliance programs.
Before joining Mercer in 2018, Ann served as the Vice President of Compliance, Privacy & Audit at a privately‐held leader in data-driven healthcare solutions. In that role, she spearheaded major strategic shifts to transform compliance and audit from a functional focus to an enabler of business innovation and addressed organizational threats, including cybersecurity risks. Prior to that, Ann served for over a decade as Vice President, Chief Compliance, Audit & Risk Officer & Assistant General Counsel at a publicly traded cloud-based electronic health record company. In 2014 during her tenure as the Chief Compliance Officer, the Compliance department was recognized by the National Law Journal for the Compliance Department of the Year award.
Ann has significant experience effectively managing financial, information technology, legal, strategic, and operational risks. Respected as an industry expert in regulatory, governance, privacy and enterprise risk matters, Ann combines her diverse experience to enhance decision-making and risk mitigation in the organizations she serves.
Chuck serves as global co-chair of the firm’s Investigations + White Collar Defense Practice Group and is a co-head of the FCPA + Global Anti-Corruption practice. With more than 23 years of experience principally focused on white collar cases, Chuck’s practice has an emphasis on complex white collar criminal matters, including internal corporate investigations, representing special committees, compliance counseling, due diligence regarding third parties and business transactions, and defense of clients before government enforcement agencies and multilateral investment banks. Chuck has handled cases and overseen investigations in dozens of countries. As a veteran trial attorney, Chuck has a proven track record in the courtroom in high-profile, high-stakes trials. Dubbed “Mr. FCPA” in The Washington Post, Chuck is routinely recognized in various rankings and publications, including Chambers Global, Chambers USA, and Ethisphere, as a leading attorney in white-collar criminal defense, with a particular specialty in FCPA and foreign corruption cases.
Jeff Foresman is the VP of Risk Transformation at Optiv and has over 25 years of experience in security consulting, compliance and risk management. He previously held key leadership positions with Cognizant, Rook Security, Verizon Business and the PCI Security Standards Council. Jeff founded Pondurance, a startup security consulting and managed services business. He holds a CISSP and CEH certification.
Jeff has extensive experience developing and implementing risk management and compliance programs for major corporations, retailers, hospitals and financial services organizations. Jeff enjoys leading high-performance consulting teams and focuses on coaching staff to reach their full potential.
Melanie Gallagher Head of Third Party Risk Management
Melanie Gallagher is the Head of Third Party Risk Management at Intuit. She has a passion for GRC and building programs that are both effective and efficient – managing risk and delivering for regulators while enabling the business to be nimble and innovative. She has spent her 20+ year career in high tech companies in Silicon Valley beginning with KPMG where she worked with clients that included Apple, Acer, and Network Computing. Prior to Intuit, Melanie worked for Visa International, Apple, and a start-up, Riffage.com. Melanie is a CPA, CFE, CIA, and CISA. Melanie loves music, hiking, and animals. In her free time, you can find Melanie enjoying wide open spaces, listening to her husband playing his guitar, and petting any animal that will let her.
Caitlin Gruenberg is a third party risk professional with over a decade of privacy and cybersecurity experience in government, retail, and financial industries. Caitlin is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) and a Certified Data Privacy Solutions Engineer (CDPSE).
With more than two decades of experience working for public multinationals, Gwen’s practice areas include: corruption prevention; compliance program design, structure and operation; trade compliance; and supply chain integrity. She most recently served as Managing Counsel and Director of Global Compliance with day-to-day operational responsibility for the global compliance and ethics program of CNH Industrial, the world’s third largest capital goods maker and second largest manufacturer of farming equipment. Areas of specific experience include global compliance investigations, enterprise risk assessment and management, third party due diligence, cross border transactions, human trafficking prevention, ESG programs, policy development and education. Gwen is the founder and host of the “Hidden Traffic” podcast designed to provide corporate compliance professionals with information about human trafficking prevention programs. She also serves as an adjunct professor for the Loyola University School of Law where she teaches a course on ESG topics and has also taught a course on compliance law practice. She is a graduate of DePaul University School of Law and the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Darren Hayes, PhD, is a leading expert in the field of digital forensics, intelligence, cyber security and IT risk management. He is the Founder and Director of the Pace University Digital Forensics Research Lab. He is also an Associate Professor at Pace in New York. Hayes is listed as one of the Top 10 Computer Forensics Professors, by Forensics Colleges. He continually conducts research, with his students, in support of law enforcement agencies both domestically and internationally. His partnerships have included the New York Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Homeland Security, National Crime Agency, Manhattan District Attorney and Westchester District Attorney. Hayes was selected as the recipient of the 2020 Homeland Security Investigations New York Private Sector Partnership Award. Hayes is a frequent lecturer to risk and compliance professionals, in the Certified Compliance and Regulatory Professional Program, at Pace University.
Hayes has served as a visiting professor at Sapienza University, Rome, Italy, University College Dublin, and New York University. He has served as Extern Examiner for the Master of Science Degree program in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation at University College Dublin. He is also a professional consultant in computer forensics and cyberlaw for the Department of Education, New York. With more than a decade of financial services experience on Wall Street, Hayes frequently presents on cybersecurity and digital forensics, from a risk and compliance perspective. Organizations that he has worked with include the ACCA and IMA.
Dr. Hayes is founder and CEO of CODEDETECTIVES LLC. As a forensics examiner, he has worked on numerous cases involving digital evidence in both civil and criminal investigations. He has also been declared as an expert witness in U.S. federal court. For a number of years, Hayes served on the Board of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) Northeast Chapter and was President in 2013.
Hayes is an accomplished author with numerous peer-reviewed publications on computer forensics and cybersecurity. In early 2014, Hayes published his report on payment card fraud for ACCA USA – “Skimming the Surface: How Skimmer Fraud Has Become a Global Epidemic”. In late 2020, he published his fourth book, entitled “A Practical Guide to Digital Forensics Investigations”.
Hayes frequently appears on television, including Bloomberg, MSNBC, The Street, Fox 5 News and has been quoted by CNN, The Guardian (UK), The Times (UK), Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Forbes, Investor’s Business Daily, MarketWatch, CNBC, ABC News, Forensic Magazine, SC Magazine, PC Magazine, USA Today, Washington Post, New York Post, Daily News and Wired News to name but a few.
Justin Henkel serves as Chief Information Security Officer at OneTrust, the Trust Intelligence Platform, unlocking every company’s value and potential to thrive by doing what’s good for people and the planet. OneTrust connects privacy, GRC, ethics, and ESG teams, data, and processes, so all companies can collaborate seamlessly and put trust at the center of their operations and culture. Justin has a proven track record planning, developing, building and monitoring portfolios of work to secure IT infrastructure to meet federal and state cyber security standards, guidelines, and best practices. He has extensive experience communicating to senior leadership on business-aligned cyber security and incident response operations. In addition, Justin has 20 years of experience in vulnerability management, cyber intelligence and risk remediation in government, the intelligence community, and financial sector. Justin earned a Masters in Intelligence Studies at American Military University. He holds an Executive Certificate in Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management from MIT. As well as CISSP, GSTRT and CYSA+ certificates.
Amanda Hill, MBA, CISA Sr. Manager, Corporate IT Audit
Amanda Hill is an IT Risk Manager for Janus Henderson Investments, a global asset management group head-quartered in London with operations in Denver, Colorado. Amanda delivers risk advisory and assurance services across the enterprise, with a special focus on compliance, technology risk, and information security. Her diverse professional experience includes technology, financial, and operational auditing; project managing; and management consulting. Amanda is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) with a BBA in Finance from Kennesaw State University and an accelerated MBA from Louisiana State University. In her free time, she enjoys trail running and planning new travel adventures.
Ellen M. Hunt is an award-winning ethics and compliance professional, audit executive, lawyer, and former chief compliance and privacy officer.
She has expertise in identifying, evaluating, and mitigating risks as an advisor to the Board of Directors and senior management. She has over 20 years of management experience in various industries in creating, designing, implementing, and operating world class ethics and compliance
programs. She specializes in board governance, board reporting, designing ethics education, creating policy management frameworks, managing enterprise and compliance risk processes as well as handling investigations and regulatory agency inquiries.
Ms. Hunt most recently served as the Vice President, Compliance Program Operations and Chief Privacy Officer for LifePoint Health, a national healthcare network with 60,000 employees in over 80 hospitals, post-acute services, and outpatient centers operating in 28 states. Before joining
LifePoint, she served as the Senior Vice President, Audit, Ethics & Compliance Officer
for AARP, a 38-million-member association. During her tenure, AARP was honored for three consecutive years as a World's Most Ethical Company.
Ms. Hunt has won numerous awards, including the 2019 Compliance Officer of the Year - Not for Profit (Women in Compliance Awards), 2021 Mentor of the Year (Compliance Week) and Lifetime Achievement Award, (Top Thought Leaders in Trust 2019). She is an adjunct professor with the Program for Corporate Ethics and Compliance offered by Fordham University’s School of Law, teaching both the Introduction to Compliance and Capstone Courses.
Ellen serves on the Advisory Boards for the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership, Loyola University Chicago-School of Law- Compliance Studies, Compliance Week, and the Quorum Initiative.
Nancy Jacobson Counsel, Global Compliance and Ethics
Nancy Jacobson is Counsel for Global Ethics and Compliance at United Airlines, where she is responsible for the company’s Anti-Bribery/Anti-Corruption program and for sanctions compliance. She collaborates with business colleagues to identify, analyze, and address the company’s particular corruption risks, including through third party due diligence and monitoring. Nancy oversees the implementation of compliance policies and procedures, and provides global compliance training and advice. Prior to joining United in April 2018, she was a partner in Jenner & Block LLP’s Compliance, Investigations, and Defense practice, where she worked on internal investigations for clients around the globe. She is a graduate of the University of Chicago Law School and Mount Holyoke College.
Hilary Jewhurst Head of Third-Party Risk Education & Advocacy
Hilary leads the advancement and promotion of third-party risk management best practices and solutions through thought leadership, subject matter expertise and support for Venminder’s clients, Marketing, Sales and Third-Party Risk divisions. Hilary has served as a senior leader for over 20 years, working in operations management and risk management roles, with an emphasis on third-party risk.
Before joining Venminder, Hilary successfully built, improved and managed enterprise-wide third-party risk management frameworks and programs for leading consumer banks and fintech companies. She has a track record of carefully identifying and analyzing vendor risk management issues while working with key stakeholders to drive resolution. She is skilled in regulatory compliance as well as policy and procedure development, improvement and implementation. Her broader experience incorporates enterprise risk management, sourcing and procurement, crisis management, business continuity and disaster recovery.
Hilary is passionate about third-party risk management training and education. She has designed and developed training materials, reference guides, desk-top procedures, job aids, checklists and templates for a full spectrum of learning environments and learners. She has personally trained hundreds of third-party risk managers, vendor relationship managers and vendors.
Hilary is a Certified Third-Party Risk Professional (CTPRP) through Shared Assessments and is a Six Sigma Black Belt.
Experienced Sustainability and ESG Senior Leader (Former Global Chief Procurement Officer, Tata Consumer Products)
Simon King Experienced Sustainability and ESG Senior Leader (Former Global Chief Procurement Officer, Tata Consumer Products)
Simon is an experienced ESG senior leader, most recently he repositioned Mitie (the UK’s leading Facilities Management company with £4.5 billion revenue and 78,000 employees) as an ESG high-performer. This included launching Plan Zero, a commitment to net zero by 2025 with 35% carbon reduction in the last two years delivered, which also encompassed decarbonisation services for clients with over 350,000 tonnes saved. Alongside Plan Zero Simon launched a Social Value Framework and targets, significantly improved Mitie’s ESG rating with all major rating agencies and rolled out the largest pure electric vehicle fleet in the UK with over 2,200 EVs on the road.
Prior to ESG Simon was a Global Chief Procurement Officer, having worked for Tata Group (TGB), Coca-Cola and Dairy Crest.
Simon’s mantra is “you don’t have to care about sustainability, you only have to care about it if you love your children and grandchildren”. He has shown that if you have the right ESG strategy by focusing on Planet and People improvements you also deliver improved Profit.
Simon lives in the New Forest on the south coast of the UK with his wife. He has two adult children and a Cocker Spaniel, called Teddy, and is a keen sailor.
Colleen is the Senior Vice President of Third-Party Risk Software Products at Shared Assessments, where she leads the TPRM software team in the development of the software products/tools for third party risk assurance.
Colleen has over 20 years of experience within the financial services industry and consulting. She has led programs associated with risk management, procurement/contract negotiation, mergers and acquisitions, and business process reengineering. She has regulatory and global experience executing portfolios to meet the corporate strategy.
Recently, Colleen managed theThird-Party Security Risk Assurance team for a bank where she reported to the CSO and ensured all due diligence, continuous monitoring, and privacy requirements were met for the third-party inventory. She also was the Chair for the BITS Third Party Risk Committee with representation from multiple firms addressing the best practices and increased regulatory focus on fourth parties. She also managed the Cyber Delivery Management team executing the projects including third parties.
Global Service Line leader – Enterprise Risk and Compliance (ERC)
Subhashis Nath Global Service Line leader – Enterprise Risk and Compliance (ERC)
Subhashis is a Chartered Accountant with ~26 years of experience focused on SOX, Process Consulting, Internal Audit, Risk Management and Governance.
An independent director on the board of a NBFC, Subhashis is also co-authoring the national risk code for India with a risk task force comprising CXOs, industry leaders and companies across the globe.
Founder partner of Genpact ERC. Subhashis specifically focuses on digital asset strategy, including Anti-Corruption, Third Party Risk Management, and Audit Analytics. He is also committed to build domain led digitally enabled ESG services for Genpact clients.
Experience in building Centers of Excellence and implementing hybrid delivery model for global majors.
Prior to the Genpact ERC, Subhashis was a member of the Global Centre of Excellence of EY in Cleveland, USA. He spent first 9.5 years with Risk Consulting practice of Andersen in India.
Subhashis is a speaker at various risk & compliance forums (IIA, Compliance Week, NYSE Governance), including at leading business institutes in India.
William joined IAA in 2021 after serving as Assistant General Counsel at CFP Board, where he was responsible for assisting with the development of their Code of Ethics and Standards of Conduct, Sanction Guidelines, Fitness Standards, and Procedural Rules.
Prior to joining CFP Board, William served as Chief Compliance Officer for Mercer Advisors, where he redesigned the firm’s entire compliance program, served as Legal Advisor to Mercer Advisors’ Investment and ERISA Committees, was a subject matter expert on legal and regulatory compliance.
William previously served as the Public Policy Counsel for CFP Board, where he drafted Amicus briefs in DOL fiduciary cases and regulatory comment letters in support of investor protection issues. He has also held multiple roles as an attorney with both the U.S. Departments of Justice and Veterans Affairs.
He has served as an Adjunct Professor at both the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and George Washington University Law School. He has been published in several scholarly law journals and his work has been cited in legal treatises and state and federal court decisions.
William received his undergraduate degree from the University of Tulsa, his JD with Honors from the University of Tulsa College of Law, and his LLM from the George Washington University Law School.
Alex Olsansky is a global data privacy attorney and compliance innovator and strategist with expertise in four key areas of compliance: program development, commercial procurement, corporate initiatives and accountability. Alex is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and has the Certified Information Privacy Professional (US), Certified Information Privacy Professional (Europe) and Certified Information Privacy Manager certifications. He earned his BSc in Finance with Honors from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, JD from Marquette University Law School and MBA in International Management with Honors from University of London. Alex is a US attorney licensed in Illinois and Nevada, UK solicitor and member of the Law Society of England and Wales.
Alex is an alumnus of Diamond Resorts, an international resort developer and hospitality company with resorts and operations throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, Caribbean, UK and EU. At Diamond Resorts, he served as Vice President, Associate General Counsel and Data Privacy Counsel until it was acquired by Hilton Grand Vacations (NYSE: HGV) in August, 2021. Since the acquisition, Alex has led the integration of Diamond Resorts and HGV’s data privacy programs to create a single, unified global platform and program.
Alex is the author of “A Data-driven Blueprint for Data Privacy Compliance,” a thought leadership and strategy book that applies the principles and concepts of data analytics and the Linnaean taxonomy system to create a model for achieving compliance with data privacy and other compliance laws and regulations, which he refers to as compliance analytics.
Keikoh Park Americas Region Ethics & Compliance Officer
Keikoh Park is Head of Ethics & Compliance for the Americas Region at CBRE, Inc., the world’s largest global commercial real estate company. She leads and manages a team of 7 Country Compliance Officers in the Americas Region and oversees compliance activities such as anti-corruption monitoring of financial transactions, the annual risk assessment process, internal investigations, policies and procedures, training and communications, and ethical culture surveys and assessments. At the same time, Keikoh has led and contributed to several global initiatives such as Ethics & Compliance Focus Groups, Ethics & Compliance Ambassadors, metrics tracking, internal investigations trend reports, a global Anti-Money Laundering review, and international sanctions screening procedures.
Prior to joining CBRE, Keikoh served as Senior Vice President and Global Compliance Counsel at Jones Lang LaSalle, Inc. (JLL). As part of a global oversight team, she analyzed the international laws of 60+ countries around the world, reviewed and updated company policies and procedures for compliance with changing laws and regulations, and provided legal advice and training to JLL’s legal and business teams both globally and locally in the areas of data privacy and information security, international trade sanctions compliance, and anti-money laundering and anti-corruption laws.
Before this, Keikoh served as Vice President and Senior Counsel for JLL’s Corporate Solutions business division, drafting and negotiating national and global commercial contracts. In this role, she also advised client account teams on cross-border regulatory and compliance issues and helped business teams resolve contract disputes with suppliers and clients.
Keikoh is a strategic business partner and trusted advisor to her company, using an analytical approach to ensure streamlined processes and operations. Through cross-functional collaboration, she brings teams together and moves the organization forward. Keikoh has consistently increased awareness of global compliance issues at the organization that has led to action company-wide.
Mimi Plummer is a Director of Risk Management who leads the Enterprise Supplier Security Governance program at Microsoft. Her program's goal is to facilitate an enterprise, risk-based focus on supplier security to allow executives and risk owners to make informed business decisions on risk tolerance, avoidance, and mitigation. This risk-based focus empowers the enterprise to deliver on promises made customers by providing expertise that strengthens supplier risk posture, focused on addressing security, integrity, resilience, and quality within the supply chain.
Ms. Plummer holds degrees in English (BA) and Global Supply Chain Management (MS) and is in the process of obtaining a Master of Law in Cybersecurity and Privacy Law (MSL).
Trent Russell is the Founder of Greenskies Analytics. He graduated from the University of Alabama with an MIS degree before joining Ernst & Youngs’ IT Risk Assurance practice where he served multiple industries. He later joined the Financial Service Office at EY and facilitated the development of data analytics procedures. At Greenskies he
helps Internal Audit launch their data analytics, get actual results, and move up the analytics maturity model.
Vishal Thakkar is Senior Vice President and Head of Enterprise Risk Management at OCC, the world's largest equity derivatives clearing organization.
In this role, Mr. Thakkar leads the Enterprise Risk Management function for OCC, and is responsible for designing a sound risk management framework, with responsibility for processes and systems to conduct risk assessments, support risk management decisions and prepare the company’s risk profile. He previously served as First Vice President of Financial Risk Management (FRM), Risk Advisory Services where under his leadership, FRM defined a transformation roadmap and significantly enhanced the risk and control environment to enhance process effectiveness and meet regulatory requirements. Prior to that, Mr. Thakkar was responsible for leading Technology and Operations Audits for the company. In this role, he assisted in the transformation of the Internal Audit function by aligning its processes to the Institute of Internal Auditors ("IIA") standards and Federal Reserve guidance; redesigning the audit execution and validation processes to improve the quality and efficiency of work produced by the Internal Audit function.
From 2004 to 2016, Vishal held internal audit and risk management roles for Southern Company Gas (which acquired Nicor in 2011), most recently serving as Director Internal Audit, Corporate/Shared Services and Regulated Operations and prior to that as Senior Manager of Risk Management. Before joining Southern Company Gas, Vishal served in a variety of consulting, operations, and technology roles at Accenture and MCI.
In his various roles, Vishal has succeeded in building and managing departments and functions that meet industry standards and regulatory requirements. He has a track record to collaborate with industry peers, professional organizations and standards setters to establish more consistent and effective solutions to business problems.
Vishal earned both his BS in Information Systems and his MBA in Entrepreneurship from DePaul University. A member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and ISACA, Vishal has been a regular speaker at industry events. He is a Certified Information Systems Auditor and a Certified Fraud Examiner.
Linda is a widely recognized expert in third-party risk and relationship management. Her mantra is “effective and efficient third party risk and relationship management drives enterprise value - best value for money, risk-informed decisions, and effective risk oversight.”
Leveraging hands-on experience as SVP, Procurement & Head Third-Party Risk Management in three major financial institutions, Linda’s expertise is put to good use as a management consultant, guiding organizations to build strong third-party risk and relationship management practices that smoothly integrate with procurement, legal, compliance, IT, operations, risk, and audit.
By founding Third-Party Risk Institute Ltd. Linda realized her goal of creating a network of third party risk management professionals, delivering specialized training, and maturing practices. Third Party Risk Institute Ltd.’s is a reliable source for third party risk management, peer networking, adaptable tools and templates, and global best practices.
Created and led by Linda Tuck Chapman, Certified Third Party Risk Management Professional program | C3PRMP | is the global "gold standard" certification. Professionals can deepen their expertise and advance their career with a C3PRMP certification or enroll in a targeted 3PRM eWorkshops to acquire a practical education in TPRM, operational risk, lifecycle management, vendor management, relationship management, methodologies, risk insight, risk oversight, and risk governance.
Kelly White is the co-founder and CEO of RiskRecon, a cybersecurity risk ratings company that enables dramatically better third-party security risk management. Prior to founding RiskRecon, Kelly held various enterprise security roles, including CISO and Director of Information Security for financial services companies. Kelly was also practice manager and senior security consultant for CyberTrust and Ernst & Young.