As one of the earliest ethics officers in the industry, Carrie Penman has been with NAVEX Global since 2003 after serving four years as deputy director of the Ethics and Compliance Officer Association (ECOA) now ECI. A scientist by training, she developed and directed the first corporate-wide global ethics program at Westinghouse Electric Corporation from 1994-1999.
As Chief Risk and Compliance Officer for NAVEX Global, Carrie leads the company’s formal risk management processes. She also oversees its internal ethics and compliance activities employing many of the best practices that NAVEX Global recommends to its customers.
Carrie has extensive client-facing risk and compliance consulting experience, including more than 15 years as an advisor to boards and executive teams; most recently as NAVEX Global’s SVP of Advisory Services. She has also served as a corporate monitor and independent consultant for companies with government settlement agreements.
In 2017, Carrie received the ECI’s Carol R. Marshall Award for Innovation in Corporate Ethics for an extensive career contributing to the advancement of the ethics and compliance field worldwide.