Kelly Maxwell can’t cure cancer, but she and her team do their part to help the rest of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute achieve that mission. For her work, Maxwell was named CCO of the Year at the 2022 Excellence in Compliance Awards.
For Snap, kindness has long been a core value, but only last year did the company overhaul its code of conduct to thrust the term to the forefront of its internal communications. Snap was recognized as Compliance Program of the Year at the 2022 Excellence in Compliance Awards.
Tamar Frankel’s 50-year career as a law professor at Boston University more than satisfies her being honored for Lifetime Achievement at the 2022 Excellence in Compliance Awards. Yet, to limit the scope of Frankel’s accomplishments to her academic career would be a massive oversight.
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Compliance Week’s National Conference is back in person for the first time since 2019. Stay tuned for highlights and takeaways curated throughout the duration of the event, which is being held May 16-18 at the JW Marriott Hotel in Washington, D.C.
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