Colleen’s experience in ethical practices and compliance, combined with her Sarbanes Oxley implementation experience, is an invaluable resource when developing CG frameworks, policies and procedures.
Colleen’s combined expertise in bioethics and humanitarian efforts are of tremendous value when developing CSR strategies for our clients. As a business bioethicist she is engaged in creating an “Ethical Stability for Prosperity” model.
One of her research areas is focused on the covenantal ties that exist among societal, geographical and economic spheres and the interplay among capital markets, global policy institutions, emerging nations and the ethical duties of those stakeholders. She is a frequent speaker on this subject in the United States and Africa.
Colleen completed her graduate work in Global Ethics at Princeton Theological Seminary and at University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.