2018 Corporate Governance Awards

The annual Corporate Governance Awards were hosted by Corporate Secretary on November 8, 2018, in New York City. This annual event puts the spotlight on the importance of accountability, compliance, and governance excellence in organizations by recognizing leaders who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to implementing these ideals in companies across diverse industries.

The winners for 2018 are:

Best Compliance and Ethics Program (Large Cap) – VISA
Best Compliance and Ethics Program (Small to Mid-Cap) – NW Natural
Best ESG Reporting – Microsoft
Best Overall Governance for a Private Company – Graybar Electric Company
Best Overall Corporate Governance (International) – Westpac
Best Proxy Statement (Large Cap) – General Motors
Best Proxy Statement (Small to Mid-Cap) – AMN Healthcare Services
Best Shareholder Engagement – Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Best Use of Technology – HP
Governance Professional of the Year (Large Cap) – Shannon Kinney, ConocoPhilips
Governance Professional of the Year (Small to Mid-Cap) – Courtney Schuster Kamlet, Syneos Health
Governance Team of the Year (Large Cap) – General Motors
Governance Team of the Year (Small to Mid-Cap) – Atlas Air Worldwide
Rising Star – Connie Wu, Splunk

Center for Board Excellence (CBE) offers a suite of governance and compliance solutions that support directors, officers, and governance professionals in their efforts to promote governance excellence and accountability. CBE’s proprietary assessment and reporting processes promote strategic alignment between board and management and turn feedback into action–all while removing paper from the process. Merging expertise, technology, and innovation, CBE provides clients with customized solutions for compliance processes, including directors’ and officers’ questionnaires, related party questionnaires, and conflict of interest questionnaires, among others.

CBE is proud to share a common purpose with those recognized by Corporate Secretary: a commitment to excellence in corporate governance. We commend this year’s nominees and winners, and look forward to further partnerships with such exemplary organizations and professionals.

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