Have you ever thought about what it would be like to work in a compliance program where you are also trying help those in most need all over the world?  Where your first concern in an investigation is to ensure the safety of the investigator and witnesses?  In this episode of Great Women in Compliance, Lisa talked with Lauren Camilli, the Vice President, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer at Blumont, which is an international relief organization which supports infrastructure development and provides humanitarian aid globally.  Part of Blumont’s role is also to support and protect women in countries where women are most vulnerable.  Lauren talks about her transition from compliance in the defense industry to her current role, her “paradigm shift,” and the difference between most compliance roles and the non-profits.  She also provides some information about how those of us in traditional corporate compliance programs can support non-profit and other programs.

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