Doug Chia: Governance, Grenades and Quasi-governmental Corporations.


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Doug Chia is a corporate governance expert. The National Association of Corporate Directors and the GC Powerlist describe Doug as being among the most influential people in corporate governance. He is a sharp-eyed observer of, and player in, how America’s great corporations are run. After a career in corporate America,

Doug runs his own consulting firm, Soundboard Governance. Doug is a former Corporate Secretary of Johnson & Johnson, Assistant General Counsel, Corporate of Tyco International, Executive Director of The Conference Board ESG Center and Chair of the Board of the Society for Corporate Governance, president of the Stockholder Relations Society of New York, and a member of the New York Stock Exchange Governance Commission. While he was in college, Doug was an intern at the White House helping write speeches for George Bush Senior. Today he holds fellowships and or teachers at Rutgers Law School, Fordham Law School, the Aspen Institute at the American College of Financial Services.

On this episode of Outside In Doug talks with Jon about governance, empowering boards, shareholder resolutions, quasi-governmental corporations and racism.


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