Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer
Lead the creation of the Office of University Compliance and Integrity; oversee all compliance activity across the university, including central and embedded functions; facilitate change management imperatives; report to senior management and the Board of Trustees. Link to Gates Garrity-RokousRead more >
614.247.5833 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Vice President of Compliance Operations and Investigations
Help administer the Office of University Compliance and Integrity; oversee the planning and issue response work of our team; coordinate investigations across the university. Link to Chris GlarosRead more >
614.292.5880 | email@example.com
Medical Center Director of Compliance and Integrity
Work with stakeholders throughout all units of the Wexner Medical Center to ensure compliance with wide-ranging federal and state laws and university policies; investigate complaints of wrongdoing. Link to Kathleen OjalaRead more >
614.293.6482 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Director of Environmental Health & Safety
Work with faculty and staff to provide occupational and environmental health and safety related services for the university community.
614.292.2950 | email@example.com
Associate Athletics Director for Compliance and Camps
Work with stakeholders to ensure that staff, coaches, student athletes, and athletics supporters comply with NCAA regulations and university policies; investigate complaints of wrongdoing. Link to Douglas ArchieRead more >
614.292.2681 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Information Security Officer
Head the Enterprise Security Team, who works with embedded information technology departments and other stakeholders to ensure the security of university information. Link to Helen PattonRead more >
614.292.7831 | email@example.com
Chief Privacy Officer
Develop a unified approach to the University’s privacy practices and spark conversations on the ethical use of personal information. Read more >
614.292.5923 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Compliance Director of Testing, Monitoring and Transparency
Robert ("Rob") currently serves as the Director of Testing, Monitoring and Transparency where he implements a programmatic approach to test and monitor plans to mitigate identified compliance risks in the university. Read more >
614.247.2260 | email@example.com
Director of Public Records
Provide central tracking and coordinator of public records requests for the university; ensure that requests are addressed and fulfilled in a timely manner. Read more >
614.292.6459 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Records Program Coordinator
Assists with central tracking and coordinator of public records requests for the university. Read more >
614.688.3833 | email@example.com
Public Records & Data Analyst
Provide support to the Director of Public Records by developing, maintaining, and overseeing the electronic tracking of and response to records requests by the Public Records Office and by designated public records coordinators across the University. Read more >
614.292.8308 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Policy and Engagement
Lead the university policy-making process; Advance proactive efforts that promote a culture of integrity across the university; Advise the marching and athletic bands compliance program. Read more >
614.292.8728 | email@example.com
Compliance and Life Skills Program Coordinator
The Compliance and Life Skills Program Coordinator oversees the Bands’ compliance efforts and help foster a positive culture within both the Marching and Athletic Bands. Read more >
614.247.8044 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Interim Clery Act Coordinator
Mary Frances Gardner is the Interim Clery Act Coordinator for the Office of University Compliance and Integrity. Read more >
614.292.2316 | email@example.com
Hannah Torma is a Policy Analyst for the Office of University Compliance and Integrity. Read more >
614.247.6782 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethics Director and Compliance Investigator
Conduct investigations across the university, implement strategies and processes for complaints and investigations, and document and report findings. Link to Jessica TobiasRead more >
614.292.5328 | email@example.com
Assistant Ethics Director and Compliance Investigator
Conduct investigations across the university, support the ethics and conflicts of interest compliance program, and analyze and report data for trends that will be addressed through compliance program planning,. Link to Katelyn CarsonRead more >
614.688.2077 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Assistant to Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer
Assist the Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer in many areas including meetings, preparing documents and presentations, and scheduling. Read more >
614.247.5832 | email@example.com
A Message from Gates Garrity-Rokous, Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer
May 31, 2020
I continue to update our Compliance Communications intranet site, which can be found here, but want to also communicate by email today.
We all have been distressed by the extraordinary news of the past week. The horrifying killing of George Floyd — in itself, in the echoes of all those that have occurred before; in the failures of governmental responses, and in how those failures echo all those that have occurred before.
These national events (and the protests in Columbus) only reinforce the uncertainty we face as an institution as a result of Covid-19: when will we re-open, and what will re-opening look like? Will we be safe? What of our jobs, and those of our teammates and friends and colleagues?
As a white man, I cannot speak to the personal pain recent news causes to many of us. I am personally anguished by these events. I have always believed that “the arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice” — and find that faith challenged today.
And yet. The words and deeds of my family, friends, and fellow human beings restore that faith.
The George Floyd and covid-19 crises feel different, but their solution is the same. We must protect each other, we must be a community (a university, a nation) that cares for each other. We make things better by starting here, whether it is by acknowledging someone’s right to speak out or by wearing a mask.
As a compliance team, we play a critical role in finding these solutions for our university. In matters of equity and in matters of health, everyone in the university community must know what to do to protect each other, and know that their behaviors and actions affect the good of everyone. We must continue to help others understand why working together matters.
Let’s take care of ourselves, our loved ones and our friends, and our communities. And let’s find solutions by helping others remember our shared humanity and our shared values.
My personal appeal: please do everything you can today, tomorrow, this week — reach out and support others. Show kindness. Find solutions. Communicate hope.
We succeed together.
Thank you for all you do. You inspire me.