Monica Lopez Reinmiller is a legal compliance and risk professional. With fifteen+ years of professional experience in corporate ethics and legal compliance, Ms. Reinmiller has built expertise managing global compliance programs for multinational companies across multiple industry sectors: automotive, telecommunications, chemical, technology and business outsource services. She also provides legal advisement as an in-house attorney. In house ethics and compliance practice includes, Internal Investigations; Ethical Conduct, Legal Compliance Policies & Training; Enforcement matters & inquiries; Legal Compliance Risk Assessments & Audits; and Ethics & Compliance Program Governance. Legal advisory services to internal clients focus on: Anti-corruption & FCPA; OFAC and Export/Trade Compliance; Cross Border Enforcement; and Third party & supply chain compliance. She is an active member of the Washington State Bar, serving on the Diversity Committee and the Corporate Counsel Section’s Executive Committee. She also leads the in-house T-Mobile Pro Bono Committee and is a member of the T-Mobile Legal Department’s Diversity Inclusion & Equity Task Force. Her pro bono advocacy is focused on racial justice and equality, serving as a clinic attorney volunteer for several Seattle-based civil legal aid providers and representing juvenile early release clients for the Seattle Clemency Project. In 2019, she was selected as a Leadership Council on Legal Diversity Fellow. A guest speaker at industry conferences, trade groups, and university program events she is a member of the 2020 Law360 White Collar Editorial Advisory Board. Monica Reinmiller graduated with a J.D. from California Western School of Law and an M.B.A. from Xavier University. She is a licensed attorney in California and Washington, and a certified compliance and ethics professional.
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