“We just seem to be in a time where...society has in many ways normalized unethical behavior, and for future business leaders, that’s not good.”
– Cindy Moehring
Cindy Moehring talks to LRN's Ben DiPietro about taking what she learned after working for 20 years to build and develop Walmart's worldwide ethics and compliance program, and going to the University of Arkansas to embed ethics into the curriculum at the Sam M. Walton School of Business.
ABOUT CINDY MOEHRING
Moehring spearheaded the transformation of Walmart’s global culture of integrity in the wake of Walmart’s foreign corrupt practices act investigation, developing and implementing a global ethics program in 27 countries for more than two million employees. She has served as the immediate past chair of the Board of the Ethics and Compliance Association, and as a director for the Ethics Research Center. She is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, and has served locally on the board of the Ruth I. Kolpin Family Foundation, and as a board member of the Northwest Arkansas chapter of Girls on the Run.
Moehring graduated with a Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law Center, and graduated from the University of Missouri with a Bachelor of Science degree.
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