Anna Nadgrodkiewicz is the Director of Multiregional Programs at the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), an affiliate of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce based in Washington, DC and working with chambers and business associations around the world. She leads programs spanning emerging and frontier markets in different regions focused on CIPE’s core themes including anti-corruption and entrepreneurship ecosystems. As a part of this work, she has been leading several CIPE initiatives to combat corruption in global value chains in Kenya, Pakistan, and Ukraine. She is also a member of the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics.
Anna has authored and co-authored numerous publications addressing the challenges of anti-corruption reforms around the world and is a regular contributor to Thomson Reuters TrustLaw blog. She is the lead author of CIPE’s recent publication Anti-Corruption Compliance: A Guide for Mid-Sized Companies in Emerging Markets. The guide is meant to help local companies think about anti-corruption compliance as a strategic investment and take concrete steps to introduce or strengthen their internal compliance programs. It provides directors, executives, legal counsels, and managers with practical tools and ideas on how to translate corporate codes of ethics into daily business operations.
Prior to joining CIPE, Anna worked as a business consultant in her native Poland on the issues of competitiveness and market entry in Central and Eastern Europe, and in Washington, DC on industry benchmarking and corporate strategy. She holds a BA from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Master’s degree from Georgetown University.