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Ready or Not: Ethical Issues for Leaders Today and Beyond

Newmont Corporation’s Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer, Scott Sullivan, captivated a diverse audience comprising students, faculty, and industry leaders at Colorado State University’s Behavioral Science Building on November 15th. Addressing an eager crowd in room 131, Sullivan drew upon his extensive experience at the multinational corporation, delving into a spectrum of compliance issues laden with ethical implications.

During his compelling presentation, Sullivan shed light on the intricacies of ethical dilemmas encountered while engaging with Newmont Corporation’s workforce and the communities they serve. Following the presentation, Sullivan engaged in a lively collaborative session of insights and perspectives with a cohort of faculty members from the College of Business.

Both sessions of the day offered a platform to exchange experiences and also foster discussions centered on navigating the evolving landscape of ethical challenges within the workplace. Sullivan’s expertise and the subsequent exchange of ideas underscored the significance of ethical considerations in contemporary corporate environments.

About the Presenter

Scott E. Sullivan is the Vice President, Chief Integrity & Compliance Officer of Newmont Corporation, the world’s leading gold company. Newmont has approximately 15,000 employees and 15,000 contractors and has 12 operating mines and 2 non-operated JVs in 9 countries. Mr. Sullivan oversees, develops, implements and manages Newmont’s integrity and compliance program including ethics, anti-bribery, corporate investigations, conflicts of interest, global trade compliance and third-party risk management. Previously, Mr. Sullivan was the Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer of a global manufacturer of fluid motion and control products with approximately 17,000 employees operating in 55 countries.

This collaborative event was presented by Meet the Founders, CSU Provost’s Ethics Colloquium and the Center for Ethics and Human Rights at CSU.