Fellows of the Institute

Our network extends past our team to help make the world a better place.


Arnaud Brohé

Fellow of the Institute


Arnaud Brohé is a sustainability pioneer and author of the authoritative Handbook of Carbon Accounting (2017). He is a widely-recognized expert in climate strategies and carbon markets. For more than 15 years, Arnaud has led successful and ambitious sustainability and net-zero strategies for clients, including numerous Fortune 500 companies and international institutions.


Barbara Brooks Kimmel

Fellow of the Institute


Barbara Brooks Kimmel is the CEO and Cofounder of Trust Across America-Trust Around the World whose mission is to help organizations build trust. Barbara also runs the world's largest global Trust Alliance and is the editor of the award winning TRUST INC. book series. In 2008 Barbara co-developed the FACTS® Framework, a holistic unbiased barometer of corporate integrity in public companies, identifying those whose leadership is going beyond doing what is legal to choosing what is right in meeting all stakeholder needs.


Daniel P. Doyle

Fellow and Senior Consultant of the Institute


Dan Doyle is an experienced financial professional with decades of experience in corporate entities and professional practices. He is an expert in financial reporting and accounting practices, and currently is focused on corporate reporting on sustainability and responsibility thematics.


Daniel W. Draz

Fellow of the Institute


Daniel Draz, MS, CFE is the Principal of Fraud Solutions, an international fraud consulting firm. He has 28 years of successful enterprise fraud risk management, training, audit, regulatory, legal and compliance experience, exclusively in the private sector.


Nicola Facciorusso

Fellow of the Institute


Nicola Facciorusso is an experienced investment banker in the EU who is Managing Director, Equity Corporate Finance, of ACON Actienbank AG (Munich, Germany). Nicola is a resource to the G&A Institute team in Europe and the Middle East region.


Peter C. Fusaro

Fellow of the Institute


Peter C. Fusaro is a best selling author, keynote speaker and thought leader on emerging energy and environmental financial markets. Peter is Chairman of Global Change Associates, a financial services advisory in New York City, and is the best-selling author of "What Went Wrong at Enron," as well as 15 other books on energy and the environmental financial markets.


Daniel Goelzer

Fellow of the Institute


Daniel Goelzer is a retired partner in the law firm of Baker McKenzie. He is a member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board and advises a Big Four accounting firm on audit quality issues. From 2002 to 2012, he was a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board and served as Acting PCAOB Chair from August 2009 through January 2011. From 1983 to 1990, he was General Counsel of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Goelzer is a CPA and a lawyer.


Gary LaDrido

Fellow of the Institute


Gary LaDrido is a sustainable capital markets professional with 20 years of experience. He is an expert in sustainability; impact investing; socially responsible investment (SRI); environmental, social, and governance factors (ESG); renewable energy infrastructure; power grid infrastructure; mission-driven investment; and, sustainable development goals (SDGs)


Shari Littan

Fellow of the Institute


Shari Helaine Littan is an experienced CPA, former corporate and securities litigator, and global thought leader in the area of sustainable business (ESG). Most recently, she was Director, Corporate Reporting Policy, Research and Thought Leadership at IMA.


Wanda Lopuch, PhD

Fellow of the Institute


Dr. Wanda Lopuch is Chairwoman of the Board of the Global Sourcing Council, a non-profit organization focused on sustainable, socially responsible sourcing practices. Dr. Lopuch has a unique combination of entrepreneurial drive, global mindset, multi-language executive skills and corporate responsibility expertise. As global entrepreneur, she has practice responsible and sustainable business before these terms became fashionable; for Wanda and her team, it was simply “good business.”


Linda M. Lowson, Esq.

Fellow of the Institute


Linda M. Lowson Esq. brings a highly accomplished legal and management consulting background, including previous legal practice with Shearman & Sterling LLP and Proskauer Rose LLP, and Head of Arthur Andersen’s U.S. Financial Services Strategy Practice and Member of its Global Financial Services Executive Leadership Team. She is also a premier authority and one of the pioneers in ESG Global Financial Regulation, Green Finance, and Impact Investment, with a 15-year ESG advisory tenure. She advises multinationals, global banks, global asset managers, and financial supervisors, regulators, and policymakers.


Keith V. Mabee

Fellow of the Institute


Kelth V. Mabee is a nationally-recognized leader in corporate communications and investor relations practice with years of corporate and consulting experience. He is currently with Falls Communications as Group President – Corporate Communications & Investor Relations , and was formerly Vice Chairman of Dix & Eaton, one of the largest employee-owned PR and IR firms in the USA


Maung K. Min, DBA

Fellow of the Institute


Dr. Maung Kyaw Min is an experienced management executive with over 25 years of track record of leading functions and initiatives in the areas of Sustainability, EHS, IM, Manufacturing, and Quality Systems (including Operations Excellence / Continuous Improvement). He has led initiatives in the Americas, Europe and Asia. Dr. Min has held roles in Italy as well as in Puerto Rico and is passionate working in a global and multi-cultural setting.


Mark W.Sickles

Fellow of the Institute


An organizational architect and creator of the globally renowned Shareholder Value Assurance (SVA) methodology, Mark W. Sickles has provided the global business community with a governance breakthrough by integrating governance with strategy, risk, culture and social responsibility. He is rapidly becoming one of the most influential people in the world on the critical topic of strategic governance.


Nitish Singh, PhD

Fellow of the Institute


Dr. Singh is an Associate Professor of International Business at the Boeing Institute of International Business at Saint Louis University. Dr. Singh holds a Scholar member position at the Center for Sustainability Saint Louis University and teaches courses in Business Sustainability, Global CSR and Sustainability Reporting. Dr. Singh is also the Founder and Consultant at IntegTree LLC, an ethics, compliance and sustainability consulting company.


Pam Styles

Fellow of Institute


Pam Styles is a senior Investor Relations and Corporate Communications practitioner with 25 years of corporate experience and a background in finance and strategy. In addition to traditional IR/CC consulting, she actively consults and writes on the rapidly evolving field of ESG/Sustainability, as applicable to Investor Relations.


Lou Thompson

Fellow of Institute (In Memorium)


Lou Thompson was a recognized expert on corporate governance and disclosure, investor relations and corporate strategic communication.


Michael Van Patten

Fellow of the Institute


Michael is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of my4 and is considered an impact capital markets early innovator. Michael previously founded Mission Markets.


Mariela Vargova, PhD

Fellow of the Institute


Mariela Vargova, Ph.D., is an ESG and impact investing professional and strategy leader with long-term experience in integration of environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues into the investment process, corporate engagement and investor stewardship.


Stephen Viederman

Fellow of the Institute


Stephen Viederman's commitment is to sustainability, working to leave options open for our children and grandchildren. Presently he writes and speaks on sustainable investing (future-oriented, risk-adjusted and opportunity-directed), increasing institutional investors


Deborah E. Wallace

Fellow of the Institute


Deborah is founder and Principal at BrinkPoint Consulting, LLC, a consulting and research firm providing services and written materials in the areas of governance reform, board development and leadership development. Deborah has been conducting comprehensive research in these areas for more than 20 years and has written extensively for a variety of publications.


Lois Yurow

Fellow of the Institute


Lois Yurow formed Investor Communications Services, LLC in 1997 to help public companies prepare the disclosure documents they file with the Securities and Exchange Commission and distribute to the public. She specializes in converting complex legal, business, and financial documents into plain English.