OUR MISSION

TO IMPROVE YOUR ORGANIZATION'S PERFORMANCE BY PROVIDING TOOLS FOR A SUCCESSFUL COMPLIANCE PROGRAM


Sharon J. Zealey, Founding Member of NextGen Compliance LLC, is an experienced counsel with 31 years of success in assisting clients.  As a former United States Attorney, she served in the Department of Justice as a federal prosecutor and conducted or supervised hundreds of complex investigations.  As Global Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer of The Coca-Cola Company, Sharon built and led an award-winning compliance program that represents the gold standard for preventing corruption during a period of significant growth in emerging markets.  She was a law firm partner with an international law firm ranked among the top 100 firms in the United States.  She has travelled to more than 30 countries to assess risk and conduct investigations.  Sharon has a decade of years of experience in handling every aspect of managing risk associated with Compliance including the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). 


NextGen Compliance LLC can perform sensitive investigations, risk assessments, develop training, assist in developing KPIs for measuring success, and help create a strategic plan to protect your organization.  We can assist your compliance function to assess your most critical risks and develop a compliance program to mitigate each risk.  If failures have already occurred, we can investigate sensitive allegations and develop a robust remedial plan.

"The next generation of compliance means that compliance plans are not one-size-fits-all but rather are tailored to your specific organizational risks.  We help clients develop compliance programs for corporate or higher education  compliance, risk assessments, and training. We work with clients to build a risk-based and nimble compliance plan, using measurements for risk and key performance indicators that improve the effectiveness of the compliance program for your organization.  The trust that you build with your stakeholders is the key to future success."  -Sharon J. Zealey