The Center for Compliance and Ethics, Aramark, EY, and Troutman Pepper present Mental Health, Organizational Risk, and Corporate Culture
May 12, 2021
4:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Online, Temple University Beasley School of Law
A panel discussion on how organizations are handling mental health and wellbeing of employees in the face of COVID-19 and its implications on organizational risk and corporate culture. Speakers will discuss current trends based on survey data and recommend best practices for supporting both employee mental health and corporate compliance and ethics programs.
Dr. Nicole Cammack
President and CEO, Black Mental Wellness, Corp
Dr. Nicole Cammack was born and raised in Richmond, VA. She currently resides in Washington, DC where she received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Human Development from Howard University, and her master’s degree and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from The George Washington University. Additionally, she completed a specialized postdoctoral fellowship with the Center for School Mental Health at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. Dr. Cammack is a licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of Maryland.
Dr. Cammack is passionate about mental health awareness, treatment, and reducing the mental health stigma, particularly as it relates to Black communities. She currently serves as the Program Director of the Primary Care-Mental Health Integration clinic, where she provides mental health services to veterans in a co-located primary care setting. In addition, both her clinical and research interests have continually focused on mental health issues specific to the Black community and identifying ways to address the cultural and systemic issues that impact Black mental health and wellness. This passion led to the development of Black Mental Wellness, Corp. of which she is the President and CEO. Black Mental Wellness aims to increase access to evidenced-based information and resources about mental health from a Black perspective; to highlight and increase the diversity of mental health professionals; and to decrease the mental health stigma in the mental health community.
Vice President, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
Janet S. Holcombe is the Vice President, Chief Compliance and Privacy Officer at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), where she has worked for 15 years. In her role, Janet has institution-wide responsibility for CHOP’s compliance and privacy programs, including the administration and enforcement of the organization’s compliance plans and policies as well as promotion of a culture that encourages proactive identification of compliance issues and prompt and appropriate responses to compliance concerns. She also is responsible for CHOP’s Enterprise Risk Management and conflict of interest programs. Janet leads the organization’s Institutional Risk Committee, is a member of the Conflicts of Interest Committee, and participates in numerous other organizational committees.
Janet is active in a number of national healthcare compliance organizations, and has served as a member of the steering committees for both the Compliance Officers Forum of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) and AAMC’s Forum on Conflict of Interest of Academe.
Previously, she was in private practice as a member of a Philadelphia law firm where she specialized in complex commercial litigation. Janet earned her J.D. magna cum laude from Temple University School of Law and her B.A. in economics and political science from Douglass College at Rutgers University.
Kiley Smith Kelly
Principal, Forensic & Integrity Services
Kiley Smith Kelly is a Principal in EY’s Forensics & Integrity Services practice, where she leads global bribery and corruption investigations and compliance assessments in the life sciences industry.
She has extensive experience assessing clients’ processes, controls and the management of compliance and regulatory risks, and works with clients to develop, implement and evaluate global compliance monitoring programs, including the strategic use of data analytics and technology platforms.
Kiley also helps life sciences companies rethink their global policy universe and training programs, by leading complex global simplification and redesign initiatives that focus on user experience design model to increase compliance communication effectiveness. She has helped life sciences companies transform their global compliance landscape by using a risk-based approach to strategy development and technology implementation.
Kiley earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Wake Forest University and her MBA from Columbia Business School, she is also a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).
Stephen B. Harris
Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Lincoln Financial Group
Steve is an experienced ethics and compliance leader with a reputation for building exceptional ethics and compliance programs. He is known for critical and strategic thinking, creativity, careful listening and practical problem solving, all of which have contributed to his success at building strong partnerships with business leaders and regulators.
Steve is Senior Vice President, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Lincoln Financial Group. Lincoln is a Fortune 250 financial services company founded in 1905. In this role, Steve has ultimate accountability for the effectiveness of the compliance programs covering all of the company’s businesses and functions, which include Life Insurance, Annuities, Retirement Plans, Group Protection and Mutual Funds. Prior to joining Lincoln, Steve worked at The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. for 12 years, including 6 years as Vice President, Corporate Chief Compliance Officer. During Steve’s tenure leading the corporate compliance program, The Hartford was designated as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies™ six times by the Ethisphere Institute. Prior to becoming an ethics and compliance officer, Steve was an employment lawyer for 25 years.
Steve has been a frequent speaker at national and regional conferences on ethics and compliance, and was featured in an interview in the Wall Street Journal’s Risk & Compliance Journal. He is also the principal author of the legal treatise Connecticut Employment Law (Thomson-West), originally published in 2005 and supplemented annually, as part of the well known Connecticut Practice Book Series. Steve is a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) and the Ethics & Compliance Initiative (ECI) and is a Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP). In 2017, Steve was elected an Executive Fellow at the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University.
In the community, Steve has served on the Board of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, where he also chaired its Education and Community Engagement Committee, as well as the Advisory Boards of the Greater Hartford Arts Council and The Pro Bono Partnership.
Abigail A. Hazlett
Partner, Troutman Pepper
Abbey Hazlett is a partner in Troutman Pepper’s Philadelphia office, where she focuses her practice on internal and government investigations, and white collar defense. Abbey represents companies in a variety of federal criminal and civil actions, regularly advising them on compliance issues and internal investigations. She represents clients in a wide variety of industries, including the pharmaceutical, health care, and financial services industries. She has received recognition for her work on behalf of clients, including designation as a “recommended” white collar criminal defense attorney by the Legal 500 in 2019.
Abbey writes and speaks on emerging issues in white collar law and is actively involved in her community. In addition to serving as an Advisory Board Member at the Temple Law School Center for Compliance and Ethics, she is a board member of the Committee of Seventy.
Abbey received her B.A. in political science from Pennsylvania State University and her J.D., cum laude, from the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she was the senior editor of the Journal of Constitutional Law. Abbey served as a law clerk to the Honorable Harvey Bartle III of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.