Pearson’s Danette Joslyn-Gaul Offers Insights on Building a Conflicts of Interest System From Scratch

The DOJ’s recent edits to its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs focused heavily on making compliance a positive feedback loop, in which companies gather data and then make positive improvements to their programs. The Anti-Corruption Report recently spoke with Danette Joslyn-Gaul, vice president and head of global compliance at Pearson, about how she did just that. She explains how, after reviewing hotline data, she identified conflicts of interest as a recurring issue and built a low-tech system for rooting them out. See “ECCP Refinements Encourage Companies to Make Compliance a Positive Feedback Loop” (Jun. 24, 2020).

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