Linda DiSantisAdjunct Faculty
- J.D., Georgia State University College of Law (1988)
- Law & Management: Ethical Issues in International Business
Linda DiSantis (J.D. ’88) is the founder of ethicsLINC LLC. DiSantis’s professional background includes significant assignments in the area of legal, environmental, compliance, ethics, and management. From1992 through 2002, DiSantis was a vice president and managing attorney in the United Parcel Service Corporate Legal Department. She chaired a project team of senior managers that created the company’s Business Conduct and Compliance program, implemented the program worldwide and served as the Corporate Compliance Manager. She served on the CEO’s Strategic Initiatives task force and was instrumental in thecreation of the company’s Corporate Responsibility/Sustainability program.
From 2002 through 2006, DiSantis served as the city attorney of Atlanta, appointed by Mayor Shirley Franklin and in that capacity transformed the law department. In March 2007, she was appointed an executive in residence at The Center for Ethics and Corporate Responsibility in the J. Mack Robinson College of Business. In this position, she is responsible for collaboration between Robinson College of Business and the College of Law on global business ethics issues, including the development and teaching of a joint course on business ethics for MBA and law students.