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Adam Turteltaub

Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Vice President, Membership Development
Encino, CA, USA

Adam Turteltaub is the Vice President of Membership Development for the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and the Health Care Compliance Association. Adam is responsible for marketing and executive relationships. He joined SCCE/HCCA with more than 7 years of experience working with ethics and compliance professionals.

Immediately before joining the SCCE/HCCA, Adam was Corporate Relations Executive for LRN where he was responsible for the company's conferences and events programs.  Adam organized and hosted the KnowledgeForum, the annual meeting of LRN's customer community. This two-day event brought together more than 100 ethics and compliance professionals for an intensive look at the key challenges they face.

Prior to joining the SCCE/HCCA staff, Adam was a regular speaker at the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics' events, as well as conferences for a number of other associations, including the Institute of Internal Auditors, Ethics and Compliance Officer Association and the National Contract Management Association.

Adam's professional career includes thirteen years in advertising and marketing. He began at J. Walter Thompson, where he was a part of the company's management training program. During his advertising career Adam worked on such national brands as Burger King, Nintendo, Clorets, Sinutab, Vittel Mineral Water and Wisk.

Before his time in advertising Adam served for two years on the Washington staff of Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.

Adam also has an extensive writing background. He was a part of the founding editorial team for Excite. In addition, he has contributed articles to several magazines and wrote a chapter of We'll Never Be Young Again, a look back at the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

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