Mark E. Meaney, Ph.D. has garnered an international reputation as an ethics and compliance professional with more than fifteen years of experience in program development and implementation. His experience covers a wide array of industries including healthcare, higher education, global engineering and construction, government contractors, transportation services, and non-profits.
As Systemwide Director of Ethics and Compliance with the Office of President, University of California, Dr. Meaney facilitated in the development and implementation of a systemwide ethics and compliance program for the UC’s 10 campuses, 5 Academic Medical Centers, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and UC Office of the President departments in assuring compliance with applicable ethical standards, and the continuum of local, state and federal rules and regulations governing higher education.
Dr. Meaney held a political appointment with the Daley Administration in the City of Chicago as Chief Compliance Operations Officer and First Deputy Director of the Office of Compliance with responsibility for the creation of the first corporate-style ethics and compliance program for a municipality.
His previous academic appointments include the Legal Studies Department at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where he taught Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics. His numerous publications include a book on professional development entitled Guide to Professional Development in Compliance.