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 Roger Bolton
 Jennifer Crozier
 Keith T. Darcy  Stephen Davis  Graham Dietz  David Gautschi
 Holly J. Gregory
 Robert Hurley  Anthony Johndrow  Robert B. Johnson  Marci Kaminsky  Margaret Keane  Tom McCoy  Aneil K. Mishra
 J. Reymundo Ocañas  Susan M. Ochs  Matthew Purdy
 Donna M. Rapaccioli  Ruby Sharma  Faith Taylor  Patricia Voorhees


Roger Bolton


Arthur W. Page Society

Roger Bolton is the president of the Arthur W. Page Society. Bolton is also a trustee and a past chairman of the Page Society. He has co-chaired the Thought Leadership Committee and has been named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior by Trust Across America. Previously, he served as senior vice president of communications at Aetna, with responsibility for all internal and external communications, advertising, brand management and corporate public involvement. He also chaired Aetna’s Council for Organizational Effectiveness  and served on the board of the Aetna Foundation. Before Aetna, Bolton was IBM’s director of corporate media relations and director of communications for the IBM server and software groups.

Prior to his business career, Bolton served as assistant secretary of the Treasury for public affairs under President George H.W. Bush, assistant U.S. trade representative for public affairs in the Executive Office of the President under President Reagan, and special assistant to President Reagan in the White House.

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Jennifer Crozier

Vice President of Global Citizenship Initiatives


Jen Crozier is IBM's Vice President of Global Citizenship Initiatives, and is responsible for a broad portfolio of philanthropic initiatives that provide grants of IBM technology and talent to communities around the world. Ms. Crozier led the development of the Smarter Cities Challenge, which provides teams of IBM experts and strategic guidance to city leaders, and helped devise the Corporate Service Corps, a corporate version of the Peace Corps that deploys thousands of IBM's future leaders on service assignments around the world.

In addition, she leads IBM's economic development portfolio, which provides resources for entrepreneurs such as Supplier Connection, a Web site that allows vendors to more easily bid for contracts offered by corporations, and the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Toolkit, a set of tutorials and forms on specialty topics like contracts, marketing and human resources that provide a template for small business owners.

She also oversees World Community Grid, a volunteer effort where individuals and organizations provide the unused power of their computers to scientists who need to perform computations in their quest to develop drugs for cancer, malaria, AIDS and other illnesses, improve water filtration, and find more efficient solar energy materials.

Prior to joining IBM's Corporate Citizenship department, Ms. Crozier spent a decade in various roles at IBM, including communications, public policy and market intelligence.

Ms. Crozier is a frequent author and speaker, with her work featured in the Harvard Business Review, the Huffington Post and events around Corporate Citizenship, urban policy, and economic development. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from Colorado College and a M.A. in Linguistics from SUNY Stony Brook, and lives in Rye, New York with her husband and two children.

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      Keith T. Darcy

Executive Director

Ethics & Compliance Officer Association

Keith T. Darcy is Executive Director of the Ethics & Compliance Officer Association, and chairman of the board of the ECOA Foundation. 

Mr. Darcy has combined a 40-year career in the financial services industry, twice serving as CEO, with his profession as an educator and his long-term involvement in business ethics, corporate governance, and organizational leadership. Darcy currently serves as chairman of the Board of the Better Business Bureau Foundation, chairman of the Advisory Board of the National Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility at St. Thomas Aquinas College, and is also on the advisory board of the Notre Dame Deloitte Center for Ethical Leadership.


Since 1994 Darcy has been teaching Ethics and Leadership in the Executive Programs at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. He is an executive fellow of the Ethics Resource Center in Washington, D.C., and an executive fellow (emeritus) of the Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University. From 2008-2012 he served on the Global Anti-Corruption Council of the World Economic Forum headquartered in Davos, Switzerland, and currently serves on the Steering Committee of The Chair of Excellency in Law and Business Ethics at the Université Cergy School of Law in Cergy-Pontoise, France.

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      Stephen Davis

Associate Director

Program on Corporate Governance, The Harvard Law School

Stephen Davis, Ph.D. is a senior fellow and associate director of the Harvard Law School Programs on Corporate Governance and Institutional Investors. He is also a nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, where he co-directs the World Forum on Governance, and a senior advisor at Teneo. From 2007-2012 he was executive director of the Yale School of Management’s Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance and Lecturer on the SOM faculty. US SEC Chair Mary Schapiro named Davis to the Investor Advisory Committee, and as chair of its Investor as Owner subcommittee. He is a board member of Hermes EOS, the shareowner engagement arm of Hermes Fund Managers, and Trustee of ShareAction, the NGO focused on institutional investor accountability.

Winner of the 2011 ICGN Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance, Davis co-authored The New Capitalists: How Citizen Investors are Reshaping the Corporate Agenda (Harvard Business School Press, 2006). Davis was a founder of the UN Principles for Responsible Investment, Chairmens Forums in North America and South Africa, the Conference of Fund Leaders, the (US) Systemic Risk Council, GMI Ratings and Global Proxy Watch newsletter.

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      Graham Dietz, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior
Durham University Business School

Dr. Graham Dietz is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior at Durham University Business School, Durham University, UK. He is also the Director of the Master's in Management program. He has also worked at Erasmus University in Rotterdam, and the London School of Economics where he completed his PhD in 2002.


His research focuses on trust building and trust repair inside organizations, trust-building across cultures and the impact of HRM on trust at work and the subsequent impact that trust has on employee performance. He has published over 15 articles in leading international journals, including Academy of Management Review, Sloan Management Review, and the International Journal of Human Resource Management. He has also written on trust in practitioner reports (including a 2012 CIPD report on HRM and trust, and two reports commissioned by the Institute of Business Ethics in 2011 and 2012). He has contributed online articles for international publications, including The Economist and The Guardian, and appeared on The World Tonight on Radio 4. His most recent book is "Trust: A cultural perspective" (Cambridge University Press, 2010). 

He is a regular speaker on trust on the UK conference circuit for HR practitioners and academics, and a leading consultant/workshop presenter on trust for the likes of UBS, Bayer, Informa Life Sciences, Sunderland City Council, the YMCA and Richmond Housing Partnership.

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   David A. Gautschi, B.A., M.B.A., Ph.D.
Dean, Graduate School of Business Administration

Fordham University

David Gautschi is the George N. Jean Professor of Marketing and Business Economics and Dean of the Graduate School of Business Administration at Fordham University. His career has spanned both academia and business. He has served on the faculties of Cornell University, INSEAD, Yale University, the University of Washington, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and he has founded three companies in software development and marketing analytics. As a Firm Director, he served from 1999 to 2003 as one of six leaders of the e-business practice of Deloitte & Touche, LLP.

David has published extensively on issues ranging from transportation mode choice, the optimization of marketing decisions, the economics of retailing and services, and technology and business. He has also developed a series of market simulations that have been used in both MBA and executive programs. David’s current projects include a monograph on the unintended economic consequences of technological innovations and the analysis of risk-taking in groups comprised of decision-makers from different cultures.

As the changing context of global business has become progressively uncertain and complex, David has launched a consortium initiative at Fordham that draws upon a small diverse community from around the world to explore two related questions: “What is the purpose of business?” as well as “What is the role of the business school in the contemporary university?”

David Gautschi received his BA in mathematics from the University of Maine, his MBA (quantitative
methods concentration) from the University of Oregon, and his PhD in business administration from the University of California, Berkeley.

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      Holly J. Gregory

Corporate Partner

Corporate Governance, Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP

Holly J. Gregory counsels clients on the full range of governance issues such as: risk oversight, board leadership and committee structure, audit committee investigations, board audits and self-evaluation processes, relationships with shareholders and proxy advisory firms, compliance with legislative, regulatory and listing rule requirements, and governance “best practice.” Representative clients include Comverse Technology, The Ford Foundation, J. C. Penney, Pfizer, Prudential Financial, TE Connectivity, and Westinghouse Electric.

Ms. Gregory played a key role in drafting the OECD Principles of Corporate Governance and has advised the Internal Market Directorate of the European Commission on corporate governance regulation, and the joint OECD/World Bank Global Corporate Governance Forum on governance policy for developing and emerging markets.

In addition to her legal practice and policy efforts, Ms. Gregory has helped organize governance-related programs for the SEC, OECD, World Bank, Yale’s Millstein Center for Corporate Governance and Performance.

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      Sean Griffith

T.J. Maloney Chair and Professor of Law; Director, Fordham Corporate Law Center

Fordham University School of Law

Professor Griffith is an expert in corporate and securities law. He has taught at the University of Connecticut School of Law and at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, Professor Griffith received his law degree magna cum laude from the Harvard Law School, where he was an editor of the Harvard Law Review and a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics. Prior to entering academia, Professor Griffith worked as an associate in the corporate department of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York, focusing on public company mergers and acquisitions.

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      Robert Hurley, Ph.D.
Professor and Director
Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations, Fordham University

Dr. Hurley is a Professor at Fordham University and President of Hurley Associates. At Fordham, Dr. Hurley has been recognized by the student body for his excellence in teaching with the Gladys and Henry Crown Award for faculty excellence.

Dr. Hurley consults with organizations on leadership development, top team development, coaching, managing transformational change, developing and implementing strategies to maximize customer value. He has been a core faculty member in Columbia Business School's High Impact Leadership Program for the past 20 years. He also taught for Duke Corporate Education for three years. Earlier in his career he was a Product Manager at Kraft Foods. He began his career as a CPA working for Ernst and Whinney and Arthur Andersen where he consulted with large-and medium-sized companies in the financial area.

Dr. Hurley's consulting experience has included work on innovation with NASA and managing change with Avon Products, First Tennessee Bank, IBM, Kraft Foods, Kinkos, Mercedes Benz, Sheetz Convenience Stores and State Farm Insurance. His teaching and consulting has included work in India, United Kingdom, Poland, Portugal, Italy, Japan, China, Switzerland, Hong Kong, Australia, France, and the United States.

Dr. Hurley has a B.S. from Fordham University and earned his M.B.A. at the Wharton School. While at Wharton he served as a Senior Consultant at the Wharton Entrepreneurial Center. Dr. Hurley received his doctorate from Columbia University. He has published over 30 articles or book chapters. His work has appeared in the Wall Street JournalFinancial TimesCalifornia Management Review, and Harvard Business Review.

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      Anthony Johndrow
Managing Partner
Reputation Institute, North America

Anthony is a Managing Partner at Reputation Institute, responsible for its North American Advisory practice. Anthony leads a team of consultants who enable business leaders to make decisions that build and protect reputation capital and drive competitive advantage. Anthony’s experience has spanned the world as well as numerous industries, including: health care, pharma, energy, automotive, media, financial services, agriculture, consumer products, and technology. Including these assignments, Anthony has spent the past 16 years in a combination of brand management, general management, and corporate communications roles.

After his start with Procter & Gamble, Anthony founded his own “dotcom” during the late 90’s, which he followed by founding The Coca-Cola Think Tank in 2000. It was as an advisor to the CEO of The Coca-Cola Company that Anthony first began work with Reputation Institute. As an undergrad, Anthony taught Economics and Statistics at Harvard University, and since graduation, has continued to speak on a number of topics, most recently as host of “Navigating the Reputation Economy”, Reputation Institute’s annual global conference. Anthony has also written on topics, including Leveraging Reputation to Drive Business Results, Reputation Risk, and of late “The Era Of Brand Imperialism Is Over. Long Live The Reputation Economy!”, published by Forbes and American Banker.

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      Robert B. Johnson
Member, Board of Directors

Robert B. Johnson has served as a member of Aflac’s Board of Directors since 2002. He is chair of the Board’s Compensation Committee and a member of the Corporate Governance Committee. Mr. Johnson has been senior adviser of Porter Novelli PR since 2003. Until 2008, he served as chairman and CEO of the One America Foundation, an organization that promotes dialogue and solidarity among Americans of all races and provides education, grants and technical equipment to disadvantaged youth of all races. Prior to this, he served in President Clinton’s White House as an assistant to the President and director of the President’s Initiative for One America.

In 2003, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) named him Deputy Chairman, where he advised the DNC Chairman in many key areas, including political and media strategic planning and community involvement. He served two years in the Carter administration and was one of the 30 staff members to serve the entire eight years in the Clinton White House, achieving the distinction of being one of the longest-serving African-Americans in White House history. Following his service in the Carter White House, Mr. Johnson was the Business Regulations Administrator for  Washington, DC.

His significant public relations experience provides the Board with valuable expertise in conducting Aflac’s public relations. Promotion of diversity is also important to the Company, and in this area Mr. Johnson provides extensive experience to the Board, including through his service as chairman and CEO of the One America Foundation.

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Marci Kaminsky

Senior Vice President, Public Relations

Allstate Corporate Relations


Marci Kaminsky joined Allstate in 2011 as a Senior Vice President in Corporate Relations. In this capacity she leads the company’s efforts on reputation leadership, corporate advocacy and CEO communications, as well as overall communication strategy, governance and integration. In 2012, she expanded her role to oversee Allstate’s media relations and strategic business communications functions, where she drives internal and external communication strategy on major corporate issues and initiatives.  Marci brings two decades of experience leading public relations, corporate communications and corporate responsibility for top Fortune 500 companies.


Prior to joining Allstate, Marci led communications and public affairs for Stryker, one of the world’s leading medical technology companies. She was also Vice President, Corporate Responsibility for United Airlines, where she was responsible for protecting and enhancing United’s public image through a strategic approach to corporate reputation building.

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      Margaret Keane

CEO & President

GE Capital Retail Finance

Margaret Keane is the CEO of GE Capital Retail Bank and CEO and President of GE Capital’s Retail Finance business.  Margaret joined GE in 1996 as Quality Leader for GE Capital’s Vendor Financial Services (VFS) business.  She went on to serve in a variety of roles at VFS, including Global Operations Leader and Shared Services Leader of the Mid-Market Leasing Businesses.  In 1999, Margaret was named Chief Quality Officer for GE Capital.


Margaret joined the consumer finance business in 2002, serving as SVP for Operations.  In that role, she was responsible for all Customer Service, Sourcing, Real Estate, Facilities and Technology.  In May of 2004, she became CEO of GE Capital Retail Consumer Finance where she led the retail credit card business.  She was named a GE Officer in 2005.


Margaret has been named by American Banker Magazine as one of the Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance every year since 2007.  Margaret began her professional career at Citicorp where she held leadership roles in Sales, Marketing and Operations over the course of 16 years.

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      Tom McCoy


O’Melveny & Myers

Tom McCoy specializes in counseling on the crafting and implementation of  legal/business strategies in high profile transactional, adversarial and crisis management contexts.   From 1995 through 2010, Tom was the Executive Vice President and Chief Legal and Administrative Officer of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., a Fortune 500 global semiconductor manufacturer.

Tom is known for his inspiring Lighthouse model of servant-based leadership, and he is a frequent speaker on the principles and responsibilities of ethical leadership as an essential strategy for business growth and sustainability and for anticipating and overcoming lifecycle business and compliance challenges.  He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Markula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.  His leadership while a top executive at AMD is chronicled in Razeghi, Hope, How Triumphant Leaders Create the Future (2006) and in Vanourek and Vanourek, Triple Crown Leadership, Building Excellent, Ethical and Enduring Organizations (2012).

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      Aneil K. Mishra

Managing Partner

Total Trust Coaching and Consulting

Aneil is an internationally recognized and widely published thought leader, educator, and consultant in the areas of trust, leadership, and organizational change. He has been a business school professor for two decades at leading business schools such Michigan, Duke, Wake Forest, Michigan State, and Penn State.  He develops and teaches executive programs in leadership and organizational development for a number of leading global companies such as Abbott, the American Institute of CPAs, Coca-Cola Icecek (Turkey and the Middle East), General Mills, Lenovo, and Microsoft.  Most recently he was VP of Curriculum and Faculty Relations for 2tor Inc., where he helped lead the successful launch of UNC Chapel Hill’s online MBA program, MBA@UNC.


Aneil is coauthor of two books, Trust is Everything – Become the Leader Others Will Follow (2008), andBecoming a Trustworthy Leader – Psychology and Practice (Routledge Press, 2012). He is a founding Associate Editor of the Journal of Trust Research, and a member of the First International Network on Trust. Aneil has published his research in a number of leading scholarly and practitioner journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Administrative Science Quarterly, Sloan Management Review, Organization Science, Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Medical Care Research and Review, and The Milbank Quarterly. Prior to earning his Ph.D.in business from the University of Michigan in 1992, Aneil worked for the General Motors Corporation as a human resource specialist and manufacturing engineer, and earned an A.B., cum laude, in economics from Princeton University in 1984.

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J. Reymundo Ocañas

Executive Vice President, Director, Corporate Responsibility & Reputation

BBVA Compass


At BBVA Compass, Ocañas oversees the company’s Corporate Responsibility and Reputation programs and serves as Executive Director of the BBVA Compass Foundation. He also oversees community relations/CRA outreach, employee giving and volunteerism, diversity, sustainability reporting and responsible practices. Ocañas reports to the Director of Business Development and Shared Services.


BBVA Compass treats corporate responsibility as a cornerstone of its business model.  Across the BBVA Group, Corporate Responsibility is a strategic driver that defines the various causes supported, business practices and products that are developed and marketed. Integrating Corporate Responsibility into the business supports BBVA Compass’ vision, “We work for a better future for people”.


J. Reymundo Ocañas joined BBVA Compass in 2009 from Wachovia Bank. While at Wachovia Bank, he served as the Community Relations Executive covering California, Arizona and Nevada, overseeing the bank’s Foundation and CRA initiatives. He has also held positions with JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, the Texas Association of CDCs and the Austin Hispanic Chamber.

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      Susan M. Ochs

Senior Fellow

The Aspen Institute Initiative on Financial Security

Susan Ochs is an expert in financial services and economic policy.  She is a Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute and founder of its Better Banking Project, working to identify and promote best practices in the financial industry.  The Project recently published a report on The DNA of Trust in Banking.


Susan has held senior positions in government and industry.  She served at the U.S. Department of the Treasury in both the Clinton and Obama Administrations, most recently as Senior Advisor to the head of TARP. Susan has also served as the Economic Advisor to the Governor of New Jersey, and at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as Director of Legislative Affairs. In addition to strategy consulting, her industry experience includes J.P. Morgan Investment Management as well as private equity firm Solera Capital.


Susan writes on the financial sector and is a TV commentator on business and economic issues. She holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics from Duke University.

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Matthew Purdy

Assistant Managing Editor

The New York Times

Matthew Purdy was named assistant managing editor in July 2013.  Since 2003, Mr. Purdy had been the investigations editor for The New York Times. He joined The Times in December 1993 and has worked as a reporter, a columnist and an editor.

Before joining The Times, Mr. Purdy worked at The Philadelphia Inquirer for 12 years.  He covered local government and was a Washington correspondent for the paper for five years.  In 1989, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in national reporting for a series of stories about abuses in the federal government's kidney dialysis program.

Mr. Purdy was born in Elizabeth, N.J., and graduated from Northwestern University in 1978, where he majored in philosophy and English literature.

He and his wife, Dale Russakoff, have two sons.

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      Donna M. Rapaccioli , Ph.D.
Dean, Business Faculty
The Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University

Dr. Donna Rapaccioli is Dean of Business Faculty and of the Gabelli School of Business at Fordham University and holds the rank of University Professor. Dr. Rapaccioli serves on the Board of Trustees of Emmanuel College in Boston and is a member of the Advisory Board for the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools; she also serves on the Board of Directors of Fordham University's London Centre, the Steering Committee for Fordham’s Consortium for Social Justice, and the Board of Advisors of the Fordham Corporate Law Center.

Dr. Rapaccioli's research interests lie in the area of earnings management and international accounting; she has published articles in academic journals and practitioner outlets and is the co-author of two book chapters. In her role as professor, Dr. Rapaccioli was selected by students to receive the outstanding teacher award. She has consulted for and lectured on accounting and finance topics at numerous financial institutions in New York City and serves as a director on
the board of GE Asset Management Mutual Funds. She earned her bachelor of science degree in Business Administration from Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business and her master's degree and Ph.D. in Accounting from New York University's Stern School of Business.

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      Ruby Sharma
Ernst & Young, LLP

Ruby Sharma is a principal in the firm’s professional practice group responsible for engagement with Boards and audit committees.

Ruby has 20 years of experience in internal corporate investigations, white-collar fraud, damage assessment, accounting and financial issues and contract disputes including inventory, contract accounting and pricing, purchase-price disputes and financial statement accounting practices and procedures. She has provided analysis of financial, economic and accounting issues in internal investigations, discovery and pre-trial analysis, deposition preparation and assistance in arbitrations.

Ruby has assisted with US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and other regulatory examinations, inquiries and investigations and provided independent guidance in numerous types of investigations, including internal, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), and audit and special committee investigations. She has also reconstructed events from imperfect data, unraveling complex financial transactions and conducting forensic examinations and interviews.

Ruby is the editor and co-author of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) publication,The Guide to Investigating Business Fraud. Ruby is also a Board of Trustee member of the Princeton Health Care System.

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      Faith Taylor

Senior Vice President, Sustainability and Innovation

Wyndham Worldwide

Faith Taylor currently oversees Wyndham’s worldwide sustainability program which includes almost 50 brands, over 32,000 employees and over 100,000 locations in 100 countries.  She has overseen the development of the company’s corporate policies, strategies and branding initiatives since she started the program in 2006.

Ms. Taylor has experience in new business and product development as well as marketing and strategic planning.  She worked at Wyndham Hotel and Resorts where she was responsible for repositioning the brand through innovation and new product development programs. She also oversaw the repositioning, and marketing for the Ramada brand. 

Ms. Taylor is Chair of the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s Environmental and Engineering Committee and co-chairs the Sustainability working Committee of the World Travel & Tourism Council and member of the International Tourism Partnership organizations where she has participated in setting industry standards like the Hotel Carbon Metric Initiative and policies.

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Patricia Voorhees

Director, Fordham University Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations

Principal, Verus Group

Patricia is Director of Fordham University Business School’s Consortium for Trustworthy Organizations and Founding Principal of Verus Group, a business development, and commercial real estate consultancy. 


Patricia has over 25 years of experience in commercial finance, business development, mergers and acquisitions, strategic pricing, sales and marketing.  She most recently served as Strategic Pricing Leader at GE Capital Americas where she led a team focused on capital optimization across 10 businesses totaling $100 billion in assets. Prior to that role Patricia served as General Manager of Office Imaging Finance at GE Capital where she led a successful restructuring of the business. She has over ten years of experience in business development, having served as Managing Director of Business and of Mergers and Acquisitions where she managed 14 transactions closing $10 billion in acquisitions. Patricia began her career at IBM where she was a systems engineer prior to moving into sales and client management roles.


Patricia holds a B.A. in economics from Western Connecticut State University and M.A. degrees from Fordham University in Ethics and Society and in Education for Peace and Social Justice. She is a board director at The Bridge to Independence and Career Opportunities, a Danbury, Connecticut based NGO where she chairs the development committee.

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