September 27, 2017 ECI Webcast | All about ethics, research, and culture. This webcast featured Azish Filabi (Executive Director of Ethical Systems) and Jeffrey Kaplan (Partner at Kaplan & Walker, LLP) discussing "Head to Head," their new, free eBook for the ethics and compliance field, a tool for measuring culture in organizations, navigating the Ethical Systems website and more.
Azish Filabi is Executive Directors of Ethical Systems, a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop and make accessible the world’s best social science research to help improve business ethics in companies. The organization is housed at the NYU-Stern School of Business. Previously, she worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of NY in various capacities, including as an AVP and Ethics Officer as well as a lawyer in the Legal Group’s Bank Supervision and Markets division. She started her legal career as a Corporate Associate at the NYC-based law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle, LLP. Previously, she worked at non-profit organizations in D.C. and San Francisco.
Ms. Filabi has a B.A. as an Echols Interdisciplinary Scholar from the University of Virginia (UVA), where she also received her J.D. at the UVA School of Law, and has a M.A. in International Affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). She is active in the NY State Bar Association as an Officer in the International Section and co-founded the Microfinance and Financial Inclusion Committee of the Section.
Jeffrey M. Kaplan
Jeffrey M. Kaplan is a partner in the Princeton NJ office of Kaplan & Walker LLP (www.kaplanwalker.com) a law firm whose practice is devoted entirely to compliance and ethics program related matters. He has practiced in this field since 1991 and has helped companies in nearly every major industry develop, implement and enhance programs. He has also conducted numerous C&E risk and program assessments – both for company boards of directors and management, and for the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, World Bank and United Nations. Mr. Kaplan is co-author (with Joseph E. Murphy) of a treatise on C&E programs, author of an e-book on risk assessment, Co-Chair of the Practising Law Institute’s Advanced Compliance and Ethics Workshop, a frequent speaker at C&E conferences, a former adjunct professor of ethics at NYU’s business school, a former counsel to the Ethics Officer Association, and editor of the Conflict of Interest Blog (www.conflictofinterstblog.com).