The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics has announced the winners of its annual achievement awards.

The SCCE honors several groups or individuals every year for their contributions to the ethics & compliance profession; winners receive the honor at the annual SCCE national conference every October. This year’s winners are:

The FCPA Blog, led by Richard Cassin, for its contributions to ethics and compliance education;

The UN Global Compact, for its promotion of ethics and compliance concerns internationally;

Kim Lansford, chief compliance officer of Shriners Hospitals for Children, for her performance as a role model for other CCOs;

Odell Guyton, head of global compliance at Jabil and previously long-time head of ethics and compliance at Microsoft, and also co-chair of SCCE; Guyton will be recognized with the SCCE’s equivalent of a lifetime achievement award;

And TAMKO Building Products, for its overall support for ethics and compliance as an organization.

The winners will be honored Oct. 5 in Las Vegas, at the SCCE’s 11th annual Compliance & Ethics Institute.