NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- LRN, the leader in Ethics & Compliance knowledge solutions and advisory services, announced today that Stacey Symoun, Mark Switzer, and Jamie Woroner have joined the firm's partner enlistment team.
In their new roles, Ms. Symoun, Mr. Switzer and Mr. Woroner will be responsible for enlisting new partners and ensuring existing partners take full advantage of LRN's offering of values-based Ethics & Compliance solutions.
"Stacey, Mark and Jamie are the latest additions to our growing team of industry experts who are deeply committed to driving values-based behavior," said Jean-Marc Levy, President of LRN. "Their expertise in providing integrated solutions and assessing ethics and compliance (E&C) program effectiveness will be a huge benefit for organizations looking to build deeply ethical and compliant cultures."
Ms. Symoun brings over 20 years of experience in ethics and compliance along with a passion for transforming the way companies approach building an ethical culture. Most recently, Ms. Symoun held two sales leadership positions at IBM focusing on their Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Informational Lifecycle Governance (ILG) offerings. Prior to that, she served as Regional Sales Director at New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) Governance Services.
Mr. Switzer has over 20 years of successful business development and sales management experience across the legal, technology and consulting sectors. Most recently, he was a sales leader with Recommind, a leading Enterprise Search and eDiscovery company. Prior to that Mr. Switzer was a Senior Business Developer at FTI Consulting, where he helped client's find the best expert witnesses and trial support resources for their litigation disputes.
Mr. Woroner has over 15 years of successful business development experience with over five years dedicated to the ethics and compliance space. Previously, Mr. Woroner served as Enterprise Account Executive at ACL, where he helped large organizations solve complex audit, risk and compliance issues. Prior to that, he was the Director of Business Development at NYSE.
Since 1994, LRN has helped over 20 million people at more than 700 companies, worldwide, simultaneously navigate complex legal and regulatory environments and foster ethical cultures. LRN's combination of practical tools, education and strategic advice helps companies translate their values into concrete corporate practices and leadership behaviors that create sustainable competitive advantage. In partnership with LRN, companies need not choose between living principles and maximizing profits, or between enhancing reputation and growing revenue: all are a product of principled performance. As a global company, LRN works with organizations in more than 100 countries, and has offices in major cities around the world including New York, Los Angeles, London, Mumbai and Paris. www.lrn.com