Jen Warner currently serves as Columbia Sportswear Company’s Vice President of Legal. In this role, Jen provides oversight of the Company’s Global Ethics and Compliance Program and leads the Company’s Legal Operations and Global Indirect Procurement functions. Jen is an active member of the global compliance and legal innovation communities and speaks frequently on the topics of legal department design, legal services market theory, third party management, and leadership development. Before joining Columbia, Jen served as Global Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel, Americas of XPO Logistics, Inc., along with other in-house and law firm roles. Jen is a graduate of the University of Virginia School of Law.
Michael Savicki Vice President, Compliance & Risk - The Americas
American Express Global Business Travel
Michael F. Savicki is American Express Global Business Travel’s Vice President for Risk & Compliance - The Americas and Global Head of Commercial Compliance. Michael is responsible for all risk and compliance disciplines throughout the Americas region and Commercial Compliance globally. Prior to joining American Express GBT, he was Senior Attorney – Compliance & Corporate Governance at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, Secondee Counsel at Deutsche Bank’s Litigation and Regulatory Enforcement Group and Senior Litigation Associate at Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson, LLP. He began his legal career as a law clerk at the United States Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a graduate of Tulane Law School and Connecticut College and a member of the Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York state bars.
Angela Davis Dogan, MBA/TM, CTPRP, CTPRA Founder & CEO
Davis Dogan Advisory Services
Angela is a Doctoral Student in Information Technology and Founder & CEO of Davis Dogan Advisory Services where her expertise in the management and implementation of Enterprise and Third-Party Risk Management Programs is guiding enterprises and public sector organizations.
Angela has spent the last 16 years enabling leading financial services organizations to address third-party cybersecurity and business risks in successful, programmatic ways. She serves on the Steering Committee of the member-led Shared Assessments Program, aiding in the development of standardized resources which are now widely used in third party risk assurance. She Chairs the organization’s Standardized Control Assessment (SCA) Committee.
She previously served as Sr. Project Manager for the Santa Fe Group from February 2013 to March 2017, conducting key research and providing direction for several innovations in vendor risk management best practices and resources, while serving on the organization’s Development Committees. Many of these leading-edge approaches are now broadly adopted and tightly integrated into the Vendor Risk Management frameworks and practices of leading organizations.
Angela also serves on the Cloud Security Alliance Cloud Controls Matrix Working Group where she has assisted in efforts to further enhance their cloud security framework for the past 3 years.
Prior to being a Santa Fe Group staff member, Angela server as Vendor Risk Program Lead and Vendor Auditor for Resurgent Capital Services. During her tenure, her responsibilities included the development of their Vendor Risk Management program and adoption of the Shared Assessment Program and implementation of the use of the Program’s Tools in the company’s Vendor Risk Management Program and Due Diligence process.
2018 CSA Ron Knode Service Award,
2018 ICMCP Dedication and Service Award,
2019 Top 30 Most Admired Minority Cybersecurity Professionals
Todd Spillane Formerly SVP, Head of Third Party Risk Management
Todd Spillane was responsible for the Advisory Compliance for the Public Side (Equity and Fixed Income) in addition to focusing on compliance for the 40 Act Funds and Service Provider Oversight at Morgan Stanley. Todd focused on the compliance program for the second line of defense including monitoring Surveillance and other parts of the business in addition to providing the businesses with advice on regulations and compliance policies, procedure and control implementation, new product approval and interacting with other functions.
Todd has 30 years’ experience in the industry, including serving as CCO for Invesco for 11 years and most recently as COO for Star Compliance, a company that develops technology solutions to monitor for conflicts of interest. Todd has also been the CCO for SunAmerica, American General Investment Management, Nicholas Applegate and Aetna Capital Management. Todd brings extensive experience in all asset classes in the investment management regulation, mutual fund regulation as well as the related broker-dealer regulation.
Todd has a BA in Politics from Fairfield University and a JD from Western New England School of Law and is a member of the Connecticut Bar.
Lisa Beth Lentini Walker is the CEO and Founder of Lumen Worldwide Endeavors, a firm specializing in compliance, governance and ethics consulting as well as executive coaching to improve performance and well-being. She is an adjunct professor of law at Mitchell Hamline Law School. Lisa Beth is a skilled global business partner that has led award winning legal and compliance departments within large public corporations and privately held enterprises. She does this by strategically aligning resources to create efficiencies and advising the board of directors to further strategic initiatives while mitigating risks in all aspects of the domestic and global operations. She has held corporate secretarial, legal, compliance, ethics, governance and risk positions as an attorney at a Fortune 50 corporation, as the compliance leader of a global travel company operating in 150 countries and as the corporate secretary, chief compliance officer and co-chair of the risk council at a NYSE-listed corporation. Lisa Beth also served with US Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, DC, in the Divisions of Corporation Finance and Enforcement.
Lisa Beth is a member of the Minnesota, New Jersey, New York and District of Columbia bars. She previously served as a board member of the Society for Corporate Governance and the SEC Historical Society.
She delights in the art of possibility. In her free time, she is an advisory board member to a women’s fashion startup, Alice Riot, she is part of the organizing committee for the Team Women (MN) annual leadership conference and she also serves on the board of Stages Theatre (a children’s theatre) in Hopkins, MN.
Stan Yakoff Head of Americas Supervision, Adjunct Professor, Quant Trading & Market Structure
Citadel Securities, Fordham Law School
Stan is the Head of Americas Supervision at Citadel Securities where he covers the Equities, Futures, ETFs, and systematic trading businesses. Stan is also an Adjunct Professor at Fordham University School of Law teaching Quant Trading & US Market Structure Regulation as well as a FinTech Advisory Board Member with the University of South Florida’s College of Business. Stan previously was a Compliance Officer at Marshall Wace North America L.P. where he specialized in Quantitative Compliance and helped build the core US compliance program. Prior to that he worked at Knight Capital Group focusing on algorithmic trading, market structure, and surveillance. He holds a J.D. in Law from Fordham University School of Law where he was an Associate Editor on the Journal of Corporate & Financial Law, and additionally holds an M.Eng. in Engineering Management, M.S. in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Engineering, and M.A. in Technology, Policy & Ethics from Stevens Institute of Technology. Stan is Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (“CRISC”) and is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (“CFE”). Stan is a Global Panelist on the MIT Technology Review and lectures and publishes on industry topics including FinTech, RegTech, alternative data, regulatory and enforcement matters, surveillance, cybersecurity, data privacy, and risk management.
Lori Gleason, CISA, CIPM, CTPRP Manager, Vendor Risk, Privacy and Data Security
Lori Gleason has over 25 years of expertise in building and leading Vendor Risk Management and Global Information Security and Privacy programs. She manages peak-performing teams while achieving cross-functional and cross-cultural business objectives, and provides solutions-oriented guidance to business partners and stakeholders.
At Canon U.S.A., a leading provider of consumer, business-to-business and industrial imaging solutions, Lori manages the Vendor Risk, Privacy and Data Security functions. She performs an integral role in the collaboration of Canon U.S.A.’s IT and Legal functions. Her current efforts involve the implementation of the California Consumer Privacy Act and maintaining a privacy strategy throughout the organization. She recently built and automated the Vendor Risk Security Function utilizing a state-of-the-art tool and rolled it into production in Canon companies throughout the Americas.
Lori has managed teams both U.S.-based and abroad and is currently involved in building collaboration across the data protection and privacy community by sharing her experiences and knowledge through intergroup forums, conferences and on-site visits. Prior to joining Canon, Lori worked in the media and financial industries at Time-Warner and Citigroup. She received an MS degree in Computers in Education and Bachelor of Arts, Education/Music Performance from C.W. Post Long Island University.
Robert Seibel is Director of Legal Compliance at Abercrombie & Fitch. Seibel is responsible for enhancing A&F’s Corporate Compliance Program through (a) development and management of a Third-Party Risk Management program across the business; (b) management of the Ethics Hotline, including compliance investigations and reporting; and (c) policy development, enforcement, and training.
Prior to joining A&F, Seibel worked as an Associate Attorney for K&L Gates LLP, specializing in regulatory compliance, commercial litigation, and government enforcement, with an emphasis on anti-corruption and investigations.
Chris Murphey is an internationally and multi-industry experienced, Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) professional specializing in Third Party Governance. Most notably, he served as the Director of Vendor Risk Management and Director of Financial Compliance for the world’s largest Pharmacy Benefit Manager (Fortune 22), where his operations were built over the HighBond platform. He currently serves as the Director of Customer Success at Galvanize, where he spends his time ensuring his team provides overall customer success by delivering quick time to value for C-Level Executives looking to operationalize, mature and automate their GRC processes. Building on his past experiences he and his teams bring to the table a toolkit of complimentary services that include, but are not limited to, readiness assessments, strategic solution roadmaps and cross platform integration strategies.
Lecturer, Former Chief Compliance Officer
University of California, Irvine School of Law , Panasonic Avionics Corporation
Rob Lindquist Lecturer, Former Chief Compliance Officer
University of California, Irvine School of Law , Panasonic Avionics Corporation
Rob is the founder and President of Pragmatic Compliance Inc. In his legal career spanning more than four decades, Rob Lindquist has served as the Chief Compliance Officer of two multi-national corporations, most recently leading Panasonic Avionics through the resolution of its FCPA investigation by the DOJ and SEC. In 2016 he received the award of Global Counsel of the Year for Competition Law from the Association of Corporate Counsel. Lindquist has held the position of Chair of the Antitrust Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, Vice Chair of the State Bar of California Antitrust Section and President of the Southern California Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. He is a 1977 graduate of the University of Texas School of Law. He is currently a member of the adjunct faculty of the University of California, Irvine School of Law.
Patrick has spent over 25 years leading internal audit, business resiliency, risk management, strategic planning, process improvement and related activities at Fortune 500 companies in both practitioner and consulting roles. He now focuses on offering digital risk solutions for RSA customers worldwide.
Patrick has developed a broad perspective working with analysts, partners and customers spanning many industries. He is a frequent public speaker and has contributed thought leadership articles for several publications.
Jim Berghs has over 25 years of experience in the information technology and financial services sectors. He is currently responsible for Enterprise Third Party Risk lifecycle; risk oversight for intergroup/joint venture arrangements and merger/acquisitions; oversees ASP program, third party Quality Assurance, implementation and compliance monitoring key policies; leads the third party contracting oversight function. Previously the VP of IT Service Management and Employee Enablement technologies.
Prior to joining U.S. Bank, Jim owned a consulting practice focused on financial and trading systems migrations and business operations consolidation related to merger and acquisition transactions. He served as a technology director at a financial services firm responsible for enterprise vendor risk and outsourced managed services, technology category management and business information officer functions. He was Director of Consulting Services and Product Development for a performance consulting firm engaged with Fortune 100 companies.
Miguel Machado Director, Third Party Risk Management
The Options Clearing Corporation
Miguel Machado leads Third Party Risk Management ("TPRM") at The Options Clearing Corporation ("OCC"). In this role, Miguel is responsible for leading the Company's TPRM function and providing oversight for external member requests. He is actively working to improve OCC's operational resilience through its TPRM program.
Miguel has spent the last 11 years working in the Financial Services Industry in the Enterprise Risk, Operational Risk, and Third Party Risk Management areas. Prior to joining OCC, he worked in consulting at Protiviti and at Cadence Bank.
He has a BA in Anthropology from the Pennsylvania State University and an MBA from the University of Houston.
Michael Donnella is Corporate Compliance Officer at Murphy Oil Corporation, an international oil & gas exploration and production company based in El Dorado, Arkansas.
Prior to joining Murphy in 2012, he served as Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer, and Assistant General Counsel of Wyeth Pharmaceuticals (now Pfizer) and had served as chief counsel in a number of Wyeth’s global divisions in his 15-year tenure.
Prior to Wyeth, Michael spent several years with AT&T, with assignments including state and federal regulatory, international commercial, and trade policy counseling. Michael began practicing law with Troutman, Sanders in Atlanta.
Michael is a graduate (mathematics) of Wesleyan University, and the University of Chicago Law School. He is a member of the New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Georgia Bars.
John Bree is a financial industry professional with a proven track record in developing and managing AML/CTF, KYC, Anti-Fraud and Vendor & Third Party Risk Management programs. He has held senior positions in New York, Tokyo, Singapore and London for Citi and Deutsche Bank covering corporate, investment, commercial and consumer banking operations. He has proficiency developing and implementing analysis, operations, monitoring and investigation systems and processes involving transaction accounts, credit cards, debit cards and online banking.
John has managed global staffs and corresponding budgets in multiple locations and delivered cost efficient and operationally effective programs ensuring compliance with local and global regulatory requirements. Through interaction with Internal Audit and regulatory agencies including FRB, OCC, ECB, UK-FSA, MAS and Japan-FSA, John resolved MRIAs, MRAs and Findings on time and without penalty.
Alpa is Head of Third Party Governance Advisory Group. Prior to this role she was head of the Americas Business Change Group within Asset Servicing, where she was responsible for the management and oversight of client implementations. She oversees the strategy and execution of cross functional transition plans for new business opportunities and high profile, complex initiatives for existing clients.
Alpa is responsible for strategic planning, organizational restructuring, client relationship management, compliance, and risk. Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Alpa served as Vice President and Chief of Staff in the Regulatory and Tax Operations division at Goldman Sachs & Company. She was a global project manager for the Federal Preparedness program. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Alpa served as Cost Allocation Specialist for Societe Generale. She led various assignments at Fluor Daniel Corporation including overseeing a Nuclear Waste clean-up project costing in excess of $5 billion and the implementation of SAP system. She has a successful track record as a leader in managing complex client relationships, risk management, and transformation.
At BNY Mellon, Alpa is a chair of the IMPACT South Asian Leadership Hub. Currently Alpa sits on the board for Pratham and Ascend Leadership. Alpa is a Steering Committee Member for Shared Assessments.
Alpa is the program creator for Women Helping Women in Finance by helping young college women jumpstart their career within financial services through mentorship and exposure to the Financial Industry. She also created a program called Take 2 with the objective to increase the success for women returning to the workplace by providing them with an opportunity to explore a new career path or reacquaint themselves with new market trends or changes in their area of expertise after an extended career break.
Alpa earned a Master of Business Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Finance from California State University.
Kimberley brings more than a decade of executive leadership experience in the Governance, Risk and Compliance space, building brand recognition, thought-leadership and revenue-accelerating marketing programs at companies including Thomson Reuters, SAI Global, the Global Association of Risk Professionals, Practical Law Company and Complinet.
As part of her role at Aravo, Kimberley develops thought leadership content designed to help third party risk professionals benchmark their programs, share best practice, elevate their conversations to the Board, and build the business case for investment in the development of their programs.
If you’re wondering where her accent is from – Kimberley is originally from New Zealand, and has also lived and worked in London and New York.
She now lives in San Francisco, and in her spare time enjoys travel and al fresco dining with her husband and bulldog.
Compliance Week Editor in Chief Dave Lefort is an award-winning journalist with an extensive background in content management and digital strategy. He spent nearly two decades in digital leadership roles at The Boston Globe and ESPN.com before joining CW in early 2018.
Ryan Spelman is a Senior Manager in the firm’s Legal Management Consulting practice and focuses on CyberClarity360™, a ground-breaking solution that helps organizations understand and manage their exposure to supply chain cyber risk through a fully transparent scoring system. Ryan has over a decade of senior management experience in homeland security and cyber security.
Ryan joined the firm from the Center for Internet Security (CIS). At CIS Ryan was a Senior Director and the lead for strategic business partnerships, leading negotiations with major insurance companies and associations to endorse the CIS Controls as a recognized risk reducer. Additionally, he oversaw the creation of risk assessment software at CIS that is being used by insurance companies to underwrite thousands of local governments across the country. He is certified in the CIS Controls.
Previously, Ryan was the Director of the New York State Senate Committee on Veterans’, Homeland Security and Military Affairs. While serving as Committee Director, Ryan led and advised state legislators in developing statewide policies and legislation pertaining to homeland security and veterans, established the Homeland Security Business Roundtable, and represented the State Senate on the development of legislation that established New York State’s Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES). Prior to that he worked at the New York State Office of Homeland Security on the Weapons of Mass Destruction Task Force, the United States House of Representatives and the Suffolk County Office of Emergency Management.
Dominick Campagna is our Director of Sales Engineering at LogicGate. In this role, he serves as our product and GRC subject matter expert, leading presales initiatives for a diverse range of clients. He brings a deep sales background that includes time spent at Honeybee Solutions and Apollo Education Group.