The AS/COA Anti-Corruption Working Group (AWG) is an action-oriented network focused on producing concrete results and contributing to the reduction of corruption in Latin America. The AWG navigates Latin America’s evolving anti-corruption movement by convening the region’s top corruption fighters and corporate leaders who are determined to see the historic crackdown on graft continue.
Our AWG Advisory Board members include a distinguished group of public- and private-sector leaders, including Thelma Aldana, former attorney General of Guatemala; José Ugaz, former chair of Transparency International; Eduardo Engel of the University of Chile; Alan Clutterbuck of Argentina’s Fundación RAP; Geert Aalbers of Control Risks; Susan Clancy of the INCAE Business School; and María Amparo Casar, CEO of Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad.
The AWG is open to and currently includes AS/COA corporate, Chairman’s International Advisory Council, Board of Directors, and President’s Circle members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information on joining or supporting the Anti-Corruption Working Group.
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