Our experienced team is made up of strategy and management consultants, lawyers and auditors, many of whom have worked for large international companies, so have first-hand experience of the challenges companies face.
This expertise covers a variety of sectors, geographies and disciplines. Much of our work is international and many of the team speak more than one language. In addition, locally trained consultants work with our assessors to ensure that our assessments and projects take account of the local legislation and cultural context.
GoodCorporation has a main board and an executive committee. Learn more about each member of our management team below.
A globally recognised authority on business ethics, anti-bribery and corruption and corporate responsibility, Leo has extensive experience in the oil and gas, telecoms, media, gaming and logistics sectors. He has led assessment teams in some of the world’s most ethically challenging environments and leads the way in the development of best practice.
Leo helps leading organisations design their ethics and compliance programmes and measure their effectiveness across continents and jurisdictions.
Gareth is first-round investor in GoodCorporation who joined the management team in 2016.
He leads our work in anti-corruption, integrity compliance, ESG and data protection, running projects across a wide variety of sectors including pharmaceuticals, extractives, IT, media and FMCG. He also heads our projects with multilateral development banks and other financial institutions. Gareth has considerable expertise in advising corporates on their response to regulatory changes.
Michael Littlechild has been at the forefront of the development of business ethics for the last two decades. At GoodCorporation he led our consultant and advisory teams in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and the US and has expertise across a wide range of sectors including mining, telecoms, defence, oil and gas, construction and aviation sectors.
He continues to advise on strategy, policy development and best practice. He is a trustee of Awards for Young Musicians, a charity supporting young musicians from low income backgrounds.
One of the country's leading economists, Vicky Pryce is currently the Chief Economic Adviser and board member at the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR). Previously she was Director General for Economics at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, (BIS) and Joint Head of the UK Government Economic Service.
Vicky held senior economic positions in banking and the oil sector before becoming a Partner and Chief Economic Adviser at KPMG. She currently holds a number of academic positions and sits on the advisory board of the central banking think-tank OMFIF.
George is a board director of Frontier Economics, a member of the advisory council of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, and a trustee of Reload Greece. He has advised governments, regulatory authorities and operators around the world on the design and implementation of policy in the communications and digital sectors. George has a long connection with GoodCorporation as a co-founder, shareholder and non-executive board member since 2001.
Catherine has a long-standing connection with GoodCorporation where she worked on the company's first client projects. Today she is Chief Executive of children's mental health charity Place2Be.
Catherine began her career in teaching before completing an MBA and joining KPMG. Following a period of pro bono work, she joined Place2Be as Chief Operating Officer in 2003, before becoming Chief Executive in 2014.
Mei Li has had a global career in financial services spanning several decades leading marketing and business development teams in the UK, EMEA, Asia Pacific and the US at Citi, Euroclear and the RBS Group. She is now running a medical research charity, The Borne Foundation.
She has particular expertise in mentoring teams to help build enterprise value and accelerate business growth.
Chloé co-leads GoodCorporation’s operations in France also based in Paris and is a member of the executive committee.
She specialises in the design and measurement of compliance and anti-corruption programmes as well as human rights risk assessments. Her expertise covers a variety of sectors including oil and gas, engineering, gaming, food and agribusiness.
Caroline co-leads GoodCorporation’s operations in France, based in our Paris office and is a member of the executive committee.
She is a human rights lawyer and specialist in labour rights and worker welfare.
At GoodCorporation she has carried out business ethics and human rights assessments in oil and gas, construction, food, manufacturing and agriculture.
Debbie joined GoodCorporation in 2011. She leads GoodCorporation’s work on the Banknote Ethics Initiative and supports our ethics training and measuring ethical culture work.
Debbie has led projects on anti-corruption and anti-trust in the construction, finance, cosmetics and logistics sectors. She has 30 years' experience in both the commercial and not-for-profit sector working for Saatchi and Saatchi, BT, BA, Centrica, VSO and the International Business Leaders Forum.
Louise runs GoodCorporation's Business Ethics Debates at the House of Lords and our programme of international events.
Louise’s background is in B2B and B2C branding strategy and design, specialising in client facing project and account management. She has worked for both private and public sector clients across a wide range of sectors including charity, media, health, finance and travel.
Sally manages GoodCorporation's media relations and corporate communications.
She is the first port of call for any media or public speaking enquiry. With over 25 years experience in communications, Sally worked in both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer sectors before joining GoodCoporation in 2008.
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