Ethics and compliance veteran Asha Palmer announced her departure from software company OneTrust in a LinkedIn post Monday.
Palmer, who served as OneTrust’s chief ethics and compliance officer for more than a year, said she was “beyond thankful” for her time with the company and the people she worked with, along with “the things I’ve learned, the places I’ve been, and the growth I’ve experienced.”
“Helping organizations of all shapes and sizes optimize their ethics & compliance program and enhance their culture to build trust with their employees, their customers, the marketplace, and the world is never easy work but necessary work,” she wrote in the post.
The former assistant U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Georgia got her start in compliance in 2015 with Mubadala Investment Company as its senior ethics and compliance counsel.
She worked at Mubadala for more than three years before launching her own company, Global Compliance Consulting. She served as chief ethics and compliance officer at software company Convercent prior to its acquisition by OneTrust.
In her post, Palmer did not reveal her next employer but said she will remain in the ethics and compliance field.