Jeanne Cook is a Program Officer with the Anti-Corruption & Governance Center, where she works with a variety of global transparency and integrity initiatives ranging from the Gambia to Peru. Among the Center’s staff, Cook’s focus is on developing nimble, evidence-based anti-corruption programming for countries with new, pro-reform leadership. She also plays an integral role in a pioneering approach to corporate compliance that supports companies seeking to manage corruption, labor, and environmental responsibilities and liabilities.
Prior to joining CIPE, Cook worked as an investigative attorney for FCPA compliance with Fortune 500 companies, as an educator, and as a human rights attorney at the Carter Center in Atlanta. She holds a JD from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles; a MA in Latin American Studies and Regional Development Planning from the University of California, Los Angeles, and a BA from the School of International Service at the American University.