Meet the Team

The group is made up of an Anti-Corruption Team, a Human Rights Team, a Research Fellow, and a team of Student Researchers.

Questions? Please contact Task Force Chair Andy Spalding: aspaldin@richmond.edu.

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Anti-Corruption Team

 

Sergey Altukhov

Sergey Altukhov is an Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Sport Management Center of Lomonosov Moscow State University. A Ph.D. in Economics, Sergey authored the textbook "Event Management in Sport" (2013), as well as a collection of event management case studies and numerous articles on public management, ethics, doping, and other sports topics. Sergey is a member of the Expert Council for the Committee of Physical Culture and Sport of the Parliament of the Russian Federation, and has practical experience in the organization of more than 130 major international tournaments.

Carlos Ayres

Carlos Ayres is a founding partner at Maeda, Ayres & Sarubbi, a leading Brazilian anti-corruption and compliance law firm. Carlos teaches at Fundação Getulio Vargas School of Law in São Paulo, and is the author of the book "Temas de Anticorrupção e Compliance" (Themes of Anti-Corruption and Compliance), published in Brazil in 2013. As founder of the Anti-Corruption and Compliance Committee of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Law, he played an active role in the development of Brazil’s landmark 2013 Clean Companies Act, and was Brazil’s Head of Delegation for ISO 37001.

Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel

Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel, Senior Advisor to the Task Force, is the Secretary General of Le Cercle de la Compliance and leads Compliance 2024. A passionate compliance professional, she originally trained as an attorney is France and started working on compliance matters in the healthcare industry in 2008. Cecilia has worked in compliance in Asia (Vietnam), Africa (Nigeria and Gabon) and the UK. She strongly believes that through a pragmatic and operationalized approach, compliance helps companies be stronger, more profitable and sustainable for good.

Tom Fox

Tom Fox, known as the “Compliance Evangelist,” is the author of 16 books on business leadership, compliance, and ethics and corporate governance. His latest book, "The Complete Compliance Handbook: a Guide to Operationalizing Your Compliance Program," was published in May 2018. Tom is also author of “The FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog” and is the founder of the Compliance Podcast Network.

Sungyong Kang

Sungyong Kang is a Researcher at the Police Science Institute of the Korea National Police University, one of Korea’s leading universities. An S.J.D. (Ph.D. equivalent) from Fordham University School of Law, he is the author of numerous articles published in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Korea on anti-corruption law. He has assisted the UNODC in developing the anti-money laundering and anti-corruption policies of United Nations member states, and is currently involved in reforming checks and balances in the Korean criminal justice system.

Andy Spalding

Andy Spalding is Chair of the Olympics Compliance Task Force. He is Professor of Law at the University of Richmond School of Law, Frequent Visiting Instructor at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria, and Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog, a leading anti-corruption blog with over a million hits a year. A J.D./Ph.D., Andy has spent years studying the anti-corruption movements in Brazil and South Korea and has published numerous articles and book chapters on anti-corruption law.

Lannie Su

Lannie Su is a Senior Researcher on the Task Force designing educational programs that can help promote anti-corruption and human rights values. A Certified Fraud Examiner with a Masters in Accounting & Financial Analysis with global experience in accounting and compliance, she is currently pursuing a Masters in Anti-Corruption Studies at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria.

Yasutomo Sugiura

Yasutomo Sugiura is Director of Transparency International – Japan, Guest Professor of the Nihon University Law School, and Vice President of the Japanese Association of International Business Law. He is formerly a Professor of the Graduate School of Law at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, and General Counsel and Compliance Officer at Mitsui & Col, Europe PLC.

Wanli Zhou

Wanli Zhou is Assistant Professor of Law and Research Fellow at East China Normal University in Shanghai. A Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bonn, Germany, he is also Visiting Scholar at the Research Center for Banking and Capital Markets Law of Humboldt University, Berlin. Wanli is an internationally recognized expert in corporate governance compliance, especially in the anti-corruption and antitrust fields, and has participated in numerous FCPA investigations in China.

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Human Rights Team

Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel

Cecilia Fellouse-Guenkel, Senior Advisor to the Task Force, is the Secretary General of Le Cercle de la Compliance and leads Compliance 2024. A passionate compliance professional, she originally trained as an attorney is France and started working on compliance matters in the healthcare industry in 2008. Cecilia has worked in compliance in Asia (Vietnam), Africa (Nigeria and Gabon) and the UK. She strongly believes that through a pragmatic and operationalized approach, compliance helps companies be stronger, more profitable and sustainable for good.

Sarah Joseph

Sarah Joseph is a Professor of Human Rights Law and the Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University in Melbourne. Her research focuses on many areas of international human rights law, including business and human rights, globalisation and human rights, the media and free speech. A recent area of focus is on sport and human rights, including a contracted book on the topic for Oxford University Press.

Joanna Kyriakakis

Joanna Kyriakakis is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Monash University and Deputy Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law. An SJD (PhD equivalent) on corporations and the international criminal court, she is the author of numerous articles on accountability where businesses are involved in serious human rights abuses. She has assisted the African Court Research Initiative, which aims to make a scholarly and practical impact on the future African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples’ Rights, by advising on the Courts’ future engagement with corporate involvement in serious crime. As well as teaching, Joanna has delivered human rights training to Australian and foreign government officials and educators, and worked with civil society groups towards Australian national action on business and human rights.

Simon Rice

Simon Rice is a Professor of Law at the University of Sydney Law School, and an expert in human rights and equality law. He is the co-author of The International Law of Human Rights (OUP, 2017) and Australian Anti-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity Law (Federation Press, 2018). He has served as President of Australian Lawyers for Human Rights, as legal adviser to the Australian Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights, and as a judicial member of the New South Wales tribunal deciding discrimination complaints.

Andy Spalding

Andy Spalding is Chair of the Olympics Compliance Task Force. He is Professor of Law at the University of Richmond School of Law, Frequent Visiting Instructor at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Austria, and Senior Editor of the FCPA Blog, a leading anti-corruption blog with over a million hits a year. A J.D./Ph.D., Andy has spent years studying the anti-corruption movements in Brazil and South Korea and has published numerous articles and book chapters on anti-corruption law.

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Research Fellow

Milou Lammers

Milou Lammers is a Research Fellow on the Task Force working for Professor Andy Spalding. Milou is a recent law graduate from the University of Richmond School of Law Class of 2018 where she worked alongside Professor Spalding in corporate compliance as his research assistant. She has prior work experience in global compliance and ethics in the U.S. and the E.U. from work assignments with large international companies in a variety of industries including defense, manufacturing, and banking.

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Student Researchers

Jumana Almajed

Jumana Almajed, Richmond Law Class of 2019

Christopher An

Christopher An, Richmond Law Class of 2020

Emily Benedict

Emily Benedict, Richmond Law Class of 2019

Matthew Donovan

Matthew Donovan, Richmond Law Class of 2020

Athena Dufour

Athena Dufour, Richmond Law Class of 2020

Ben Midas

Ben Midas, Richmond Law Class of 2020

Florian Slansky

Florian Slansky, Richmond Law Class of 2020

Caitlin Yuhas

Caitlin Yuhas, Richmond Law Class of 2020
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