Mark Ehrlich serves as Managing Director, Ethics and Compliance for The AES Corporation, a global power company with operations in 30 countries. AES business lines include traditional energy generation, renewable and alternative energy generation (wind, solar, hydroelectric, biomass), electricity distribution, and climate change projects. Mr. Ehrlich is responsible for implementation and operation of the AES ethics and compliance program, including training and communications, internal investigations, and transaction risk mitigation.
Prior to joining AES, Mr. Ehrlich served as Director, Ethics and Business Conduct at MCI where he participated in the designing an ethics and compliance program following the discovery of WorldCom's financial improprieties.
In addition to his work in the ethics and compliance field, Mr. Ehrlich also has extensive litigation and regulatory experience. He held positions with the MCI litigation and regulatory support groups, served as an attorney advisor at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), and was a trial attorney with the U.S. Department of Justice in the Civil Division's Commercial Litigation Branch.
Mr. Ehrlich is a graduate of Harvard Law School ('94) with an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan ('91). Mr. Ehrlich clerked for the Honorable Roger B. Andewelt of the United States Court of Federal Claims.