Suzanne Rich Folsom's career and personal life have been driven by her passion for ethics, dedication to good governance, and desire to help others less fortunate. A graduate of Duke University with a degree in Political Science and a J.D. with honors from Georgetown University Law Center with a focus on international law, ethics, and corporate governance, Suzanne Folsom supports her values both personally and professionally every day. She has served as a volunteer and Board Member for various domestic and international organizations that support the causes she is passionate about - ethics and good governance, education and health, international development and improving the lives of women and children. For many years, Suzanne Folsom served on the board of the Terry Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, a leading public policy institute dedicated to addressing real-world issues. She remains actively involved with her alma mater on a number of wide-ranging initiatives. Suzanne Folsom has also served on the boards of the Truce Foundation, Bermuda Biological Research Station, SOS Children's Villages, the National Assembly of Voluntary Health and Social Welfare Organizations, and on the medical jurisprudence committee at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Mrs. Folsom continues to be a supporter of women-owned small businesses like web-based family travel company Poshbrood, an interest she has held since her days of working with women small business owners and grassroots activists in Africa in the 1980s. Most recently, Suzanne Folsom served as the Anti-Corruption and Governance Expert with the National Academy of Public Administration on an Independent Review of the US support for the establishment of a merit-based civil service system in Iraq. Previously, Suzanne Folsom was recruited to serve as the Vice President, Chief Regulatory & Compliance Officer and Deputy General Counsel for the American International Group, Inc. (AIG), after the determination of the company's material weakness. In that position, Suzanne Folsom led a multinational team of compliance and regulatory professionals in developing a leading practices global regulatory and compliance program to assist the company in mitigating its risk going forward. That program has been recognized by regulators around the globe as best practices. Previously, Suzanne Folsom served as Counselor to the President and Director of the Department of Institutional Integrity at The World Bank Group. Her efforts in leading the Bank's anti-corruption initiatives world-wide and pushing the dialogue on corruption to the forefront have been recognized by leaders around the world, including former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, who gave Mrs. Folsom "high marks" for her courageous work on this issue. Mrs. Folsom also served as Special Counsel with the international law firm O'Melveny & Myers LLP and previously practiced law with New York Wall Street law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP. Suzanne Folsom was also the Chief of Staff to Her Majesty Queen Noor of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Special Assistant to former First Lady Barbara Bush, and Chief of Staff to Republican National Committee Co-Chair Maureen Reagan.