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Worth MacMurray to Lead Coalition for Integrity

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Washington DC, November 1, 2023:  The Coalition for Integrity (C4I) is pleased to announce that Worth MacMurray, who since July 2023 has served as its Interim President and CEO, has been appointed to the position of President and CEO, effective November 1, 2023  

Worth MacMurray to Lead Coalition for Integrity

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Washington DC, November 1, 2023:  The Coalition for Integrity (C4I) is pleased to announce that Worth MacMurray, who since July 2023 has served as its Interim President and CEO, has been appointed to the position of President and CEO, effective November 1, 2023.   

Worth has deep experience in the areas of anti-bribery and corruption, transparency and accountability, compliance, good governance, and related areas. Among his roles, he has served as: general counsel for publicly-traded information technology companies in the United States; chief compliance officer in corporate regulatory crisis situations; a leader in the anti-corruption practice of PwC; and as an anti-corruption compliance program subject matter expert to the Special Outside Compliance Advisor to the Siemens Supervisory Board, among others.   

 In recent years, Worth’s work has included the assessment and certification of corporate anti-bribery management systems and other control frameworks. He was a participant in the US Technical advisory group sponsored by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) that worked with other countries to help create the ISO 37001 standard for anti-bribery management systems, has led overseas ISO 37001 training and workshops, and served as a lead auditor or subject matter expert on ISO 37001 certification and follow-up audits around the world for leading certification bodies.   

Worth is a graduate of Princeton University (School of Public and International Affairs – with a concentration in Latin American Studies) and Georgetown University Law Center.  

Lucinda Low, Chair of the C4I’s Board of Directors, said: “Worth has done an excellent job as our Interim President and CEO – advancing our policy and programmatic work through his expertise and relationships. We are pleased to have him continue in that role on a permanent basis.  While we had other strong candidates for the position, our Search Committee, led by former Board Chair and fellow Director (and former U.S. Ambassador to the OECD) Al Larson, and the Board of Directors, felt that Worth was the candidate best suited to help take the Coalition forward and further its strategic goals.”   

 “C4I’s mission – promoting integrity, transparency, and accountability in the private and public sectors – has never had more relevance or importance”, said Worth. “C4I intends to build on its impactful presence and respected work to date to positively lead and contribute to core rule of law, compliance best practices and other key integrity issues – both within the U.S. and internationally.”   

 

INTEGRITY AWARDS NOMINATION FORMS

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COALITION FOR INTEGRITY (C4I) CORPORATE LEADERSHIP AWARD

NOMINATION FORM

 

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: NOVEMBER 31, 2023

The Coalition for Integrity Corporate Leadership Award recognizes leadership-level contributions by a company to corporate anti-corruption compliance, transparency, business ethics and integrity and/or corporate social responsibility, including internal innovations and contributions in shaping collective action initiatives with other industry players.

The Corporate Leadership Award will be presented at the Coalition for Integrity’s 2024 Integrity Award Dinner, the signature anti-corruption awareness and fund-raising event of the

Coalition for Integrity. The Coalition’s Integrity Award will also be presented at the dinner. The Integrity Award Dinner is typically attended by approximately 300 senior level representatives from business, the U.S. government, non-governmental organizations, international financial institutions, the international diplomatic community, professional firms, and academia.

Name of Nominee(s):

Contact Information for Nominee(s):

Name/Contact Information of Person(s) or Organization(s) Submitting the Nomination:

Reason(s) for the Nomination (no more than 750 words):

Supporting Documentation attachments (written or recorded material relating to the contributions of the Nominee(s) if pertinent):

Please submit nominations by email to wmacmurray@coalitionforintegrity.org or mail to:

 

Coalition for Integrity

Integrity Awards Committee

1100 13th St. NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20005

 

COALITION FOR INTEGRITY (C4I) 2024 INTEGRITY AWARD

NOMINATION FORM

 

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: NOVEMBER 31, 2023

The Integrity Award recognizes contributions by an individual or organization to the advancement of the fight against corruption and to the promotion of transparency and accountability within business, government, and civil society in the United States or abroad.

The Integrity Award will be presented at the Coalition for Integrity’s 2024 Integrity Award Dinner, the signature anti-corruption awareness and fund-raising event of the

Coalition for Integrity. The Coalition’s Corporate Leadership Award will also be presented at the dinner. The Integrity Award Dinner is typically attended by approximately 300 senior level representatives from business, the U.S. government, non-governmental organizations, international financial institutions, the international diplomatic community, professional firms, and academia.

Name of Nominee(s):

Contact Information for Nominee(s):

Name/Contact Information of Person(s) or Organization(s) Submitting the Nomination:

Reason(s) for the Nomination (no more than 750 words):

Supporting Documentation attachments (written or recorded material relating to the contributions of the Nominee(s) if pertinent):

Please submit nominations by email to wmacmurray@coalitionforintegrity.org or mail to:

 

Coalition for Integrity

Integrity Awards Committee

1100 13th St. NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20005

Coalition for Integrity (C4I) Awards Guidelines

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The Coalition for Integrity’s (C4I) Integrity Award recognizes contributions by individuals and/or organizations to the advancement of the fight against corruption and to the promotion of transparency and accountability within business, government, and civil society. Although nominees should be of outstanding personal character, the award focuses on the impact, scope, and objectives of the recipient’s actions and/or initiatives.

The Coalition for Integrity Corporate Leadership Award recognizes leadership-level contributions by a company to corporate anti-corruption compliance, transparency, business ethics and integrity and/or corporate social responsibility, including internal innovations and contributions in shaping collective action initiatives with other industry members.

Eligibility

  • The nominee may be a U.S. or non-U.S. individual or organization

 

  • The nominee must have a demonstrated and sustained track record of actions and ideas relating to the promotion of anti-corruption programs, ethics and/or corporate social responsibility

Ineligible Nominees

The following categories of nominees will NOT be considered for the Integrity Award:

  • Individuals or organizations of questionable integrity or ethics

 

  • Members of the Coalition for Integrity Board of Directors, Advisory Council or Policy Advisory Board, the Awards Committee, and salaried staff of the Coalition for Integrity

 

  • Individuals or organizations that submit self-nominations

Nomination Procedure

Nominations will be accepted until November 31, 2023. Previous candidates may be re-nominated, and the Awards Committee may also take it upon itself to make nominations. For a nomination to be eligible for consideration, it must include the following:

  • A completed nomination form, including a statement making the case for the nomination (maximum of 750 words) explaining why the nominee(s) is/are deserving of the Integrity Award

 

  • Supporting documentation in the form of press clippings, audio, or video files, if available and pertinent

Incomplete nomination forms cannot be considered by the Awards Committee. False or deceptive nominations or acts may render a nominee ineligible. Nominations should be submitted via email to wmacmurray@coalitionforintegritv.org or mailed to:

Coalition for Integrity

Integrity Awards Committee

1100 13th Street NW, Suite 800

Washington, DC 20005

 

Conflict of Interest

Members of the Awards Committee shall refrain from voting on a particular nomination when a conflict of interest may be present.

General Disclosure

All nominations become the property of the Coalition for Integrity. The Coalition for Integrity is granted the right to use the name, voice, and image of an awardee, without compensation, for the purpose of advertising and publicizing all matters related to the Integrity Awards and award ceremony in any medium, worldwide.

Privacy Policy

The nomination process is carried out in compliance with applicable laws on data privacy protection and data security. Data collected during the nominations process is only for the purpose of the awards program and will be disclosed only to the members of the Awards Committee and C4I staff.

 

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS: COALTION FOR INTEGRITY (C4I) 2024 INTEGRITY AWARD AND CORPORATE LEADERSHIP AWARD

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The Coalition for Integrity (C4I) is pleased to announce a call for nominations for its 2024 Integrity Award and Corporate Leadership Award.

The Integrity Award recognizes contributions by an individual or organization to the advancement of the fight against corruption and to the promotion of transparency and accountability within business, government, and civil society in the United States or abroad. Previous recipients of the Integrity Award include United States Senator John McCain, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, former President Jimmy Carter, Sir James D. Wolfensohn (former President of The World Bank Group) former U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar, former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, and former Chair of the Federal Reserve Paul Volcker.

The Coalition for Integrity Corporate Leadership Award recognizes leadership-level contributions by a company to corporate anti-corruption compliance, transparency, business ethics, and integrity, including internal innovations and contributions in shaping collective action initiatives with other industry members. Previous recipients of the Corporate Leadership Award are Parsons Corporation, Bechtel Group, Inc., General Electric, The Coca-Cola Company, Fluor Corporation, Raytheon Company, and PepsiCo.

The awards are presented at the Coalition for Integrity’s 2024 Integrity Award Dinner, the signature anti-corruption awareness and fund-raising event of the Coalition for Integrity.

To be eligible, the individual or organization, in addition to having a reputation for integrity, must have a demonstrated and sustained record of actions and ideas relating to the promotion of ethics and integrity, anti-corruption programs and/or corporate social responsibility in the U.S and/or internationally.

Nominations may be submitted by a person(s) or organization(s). To be eligible for consideration, nominations must be submitted using either the Corporate Leadership or Integrity Award form. All submissions must comply with the Integrity Awards Guidelines.

The deadline for submission of nominations is November 31, 2023.