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Jason Lunday is principal consultant with The Ethical ElementTM, a professional services firm based in Washington, DC.
Jason has worked in the ethics and compliance field for over twenty years, both inside companies and as a consultant to them. His work has involved supporting corporate values initiatives, developing and revising codes of conduct and related policies, conducting organizational risk, culture and program assessments, developing and delivering live training, building monitoring systems and auditing compliance systems and activities.
He has worked in or consulted with companies in a broad range of industries, including banking and insurance, manufacturing, industrial and consumer products, utilities and energy, healthcare and telecommunications.
Noteworthy experience includes:
- Held significant roles in corporate culture and ethics and compliance risk assessments and ethics and compliance program evaluations for companies in financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, life sciences and industrial manufacturing and involving document review, executive interviews, employee focus group and enterprise surveys.
- Led development and of a consulting practice’s service line focused on written codes of conduct development and revision, and managed all client engagements.
- Co-managed development and delivery of the corporate trust division of a large financial institution’s initial ethics and compliance global training initiative involving training needs assessment, program development and delivery of over 100 classroom workshops.
- Developed a corporate ethics and compliance self-monitoring program designed to increase business line compliance responsibility and oversight and minimize corporate compliance work processes while ensuring adherence to the company’s ethics and compliance standards.
Jason’s past experience includes director of ethics and compliance at Premier, Inc., consultant in Arthur Andersen’s Ethics and Responsible Business Practices Consulting group, compliance analyst at Goldman, Sachs & Co., senior consultant in the Ethics Resource Center’s Advisory Services group and knowledge leader at LRN Corp. In addition, he has authored/co-authored numerous articles and papers on business ethics issues.
Jason holds an MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden Graduate Business School, with a focus in business ethics and organizational behavior, a BA also from the University of Virginia and additional business coursework at the New York Institute of Finance.
Jason can be contacted via email at: jason.lunday [at] ethicalelement [dot] com. Follow the link to view Jason’s Code of Conduct featured column on CCI.
Posted by Jason Lunday - July 1, 2010
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