Joan Dubinsky

Joan Dubinsky offers over 30 years of professional experience in business ethics, compliance, and corporate social responsibility.

She is a leader in the global business ethics movement, having served as the chief ethicist for several leading international organizations and corporations, including the United Nations, the International Monetary Fund, BAE Systems, Inc., and the American Red Cross.

Ms. Dubinsky helps organizations maintain an ethical organizational culture amidst the diversity and complexity of their operations. Ms. Dubinsky’s portfolio includes ethical leadership, program effectiveness, provision of confidential advice, retaliation protection and prevention, whistleblowing, asset and interest disclosure systems, and ethical risk assessment.

Ms. Dubinsky enjoys academic affiliations with the University of Illinois, Notre Dame University, and Brandeis University. She is a sought after lecturer, presenter, and management consultant.

She is a Kallman Executive Fellow with the Center for Business Ethics, Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts and a Founding Member on the Advisory Board of the National Center of Ethics and Social Responsibility, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, New York. She serves on the Board of Directors of Foundation, a Swiss charity.

A Phi Beta Kappa, Ms. Dubinsky received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas at Austin and her undergraduate degree in Religious Philosophy from the Residential College, University of Michigan.