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Susan Ringler
Vice President, Alcoa
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
New York, New York
Susan Ringler joined Alcoa in June 2013 as Vice President and Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.  In this critical function, Sue leads Alcoa's global ethics and compliance programs and ensures alignment to Alcoa's Values as well as compliance with applicable regulations. 
Most recently she was a Deputy General Counsel at Xylem Inc., a global water technology company that was spun off from ITT Corporation in 2011.  She is the former Senior Counsel for International Compliance at ITT, where she provided strategy and regulatory advice, as well as oversight and supervision of policies and programs involving compliance with U.S. and foreign laws and regulations. Sue joined ITT In 2006, where she created and implemented its first global anti-corruption program.
Earlier in her career, she served as General Counsel under Chairman Paul Volcker of the Independent Inquiry Committee investigating the United Nations Oil for Food Programme, a large international corruption investigation spanning six continents. She also investigated fraud and corruption in World Bank-financed projects, and worked on developing best practices for investigations. As part of her work with the American Bar Association’s Central and East European Law Initiative, Sue developed and managed criminal justice reform assistance and training programs in Russia and the former Soviet Republics. As an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the White Collar Fraud Group of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Maryland from 1985-1998, she prosecuted complex federal fraud and corruption cases. She began her legal career as a trial attorney at Semmes, Bowen and Semmes in Baltimore.
Sue earned a Juris Doctor Degree from Catholic University, Columbus School of Law, Washington, D.C., where she was a member of the Law Review.  She obtained her bachelor's degree in Government from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. 
Sue is a member of the board of directors of the CEELI Institute in the Czech Republic, a global institution dedicated to enhancing the rule of law by providing legal education to lawyers, judges, prosecutors and other reformers worldwide; a member of the Sanctions Board for the African Development Bank; serves on the American Conference Institute’s Global Anti-Corruption Advisory Board; and is a member of the Franklin & Marshall College Leadership Council.