About Angeli Weller

As both a business person and a researcher, Angeli Weller is a passionate advocate for integrity in business and the capital markets.  She was previously Director of Ethics at KPMG, where she served for more than a decade as a company-wide resource on issues of ethics, compliance and responsibility and spearheaded the writing and implementation of KPMG’s first US and Global Codes of Conduct. Additionally, Angeli was founder and CEO of Earthpaw, a social enterprise based in the US that existed to inspire sustainability in the pet product industry and to invest in innovative solutions to animal welfare efforts.

Angeli’s areas of expertise include:

  • The intersection of ethics and compliance and corporate social responsibility
  • Corporate social responsibility/sustainability reporting
  • Responsible innovation
  • Ethics and compliance strategy
  • Ethics training and communications

In addition to her consulting work, Angeli is currently the Director of the Responsible Business Initiative at Boise State University, an Executive-in-Residence in the College of Business and Economics, and an affiliate of the Centre for Creativity and Innovation, where her focus is responsible innovation. In the fall of 2015, she will defend her PhD at Copenhagen Business School, where she is a Fellow with the Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility.

Angeli holds an MBA from Cambridge University, where she was a Gates Scholar and a BA with honors in international relations from Mount Holyoke College. She serves on the board of directors for the Saint Alphonsus Hospital Foundation, and is the founder of the Earthpaw Innovation Award, given annually to a non-profit pursuing creative and sustainable solutions to animal welfare concerns. When she’s not on a plane between here and there, you’ll find Angeli in the foothills of Boise, Idaho running, hiking and snowshoeing.
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