Senior Fellow, Corporate Governance The Conference Board
Alan Rudnick is a senior fellow with The Conference Board Governance Center. Rudnick has extensive experience as a former general counsel and corporate secretary, and a former assistant state attorney general. He has held positions in finance, and is principal of his own governance consulting firm. Drawing on his legal training and board experience, he helps CEOs, directors, boards, and support staff understand the full implications of corporate governance issues, establish effective structures for dealing with them, and manage them in line with the long-range goals of the enterprise. Alan has also served as Counsel to The Conference Board’s Commission on Public Trust and Private Enterprise, a blue-ribbon group of 12 business, finance, and government leaders convened by The Conference Board to focus on corporate governance, executive compensation, and audit and accounting issues following recent corporate scandals. Alan is an Adjunct Professor at the Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William and Mary, where he teaches corporate governance. He began his consulting practice following his retirement as Vice President-General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for the CSX Corporation, a major transportation company.