Boswell Joins the Institute for Corporate Ethics and Governance as a Principal

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The Institute for Corporate Ethics and Governance today announced that Anthony Boswell has been named a principal at the Institute in charge of business development, a position reporting to the Institute's Executive Director Dr. Mark Meaney.

The Institute for Corporate Ethics and Governance today announced that Anthony Boswell has been named a principal at the Institute in charge of business development, a position reporting to the Institute's Executive Director Dr. Mark Meaney.

"Tony is a high-energy, goal-driven problem solver who has excellent communication, analytic and creative skills," Dr. Meaney said. "We are pleased to welcome him to the Institute’s executive team. I feel he will make a key contribution in building our ethics and compliance and sustainability programming into steady long-term performers by executing a strategy to attract and retain new national and international clientele.”

"The Institute for Corporate Ethics and Governance has a growing roster of national and international clients," Boswell said. "I'm very excited to become one of the Institute’s associates who will cultivate new international opportunities, and in particular, help support all of the Institute’s associates as they tackle our aggressive goals."

Boswell is the former senior vice president of ethics and compliance and US government relations for the global engineering and construction firm AMEC, where he led the effort to develop and integrate AMEC’s global ethics and compliance and sustainability programming. He joined AMEC from Laidlaw, Inc., a multinational health care and transportation conglomerate, where he headed the ethics and compliance function for more than 100,000 employees.

Boswell holds a masters degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania.

The Institute for Corporate Ethics and Governance (http://www.icorpethics.com) helps its domestic clients implement corporate ethics and compliance programs with a focus on ethical culture and leadership, and its international clients implement global sustainability programming. The Institute also offers both online and face-to-face training in a variety of topics including SOX, code of conduct, antitrust, ethical leadership, corporate social responsibility, FCPA, conflicts of interests and gifts, e-compliance, environmental awareness, EU competition law, business and human rights, health and safety, HIPAA, insider trading, sustainable development, sexual harassment, human subjects research, PhRMA code of conduct, and records management.

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