Les has focused on organizational integrity and responsibility, helping organizations promote principled leadership and ethical cultures; assess risks of fraud and misconduct; and design, implement, and evaluate ethics and compliance and other anti-fraud programs and controls to prevent, detect, and respond to such risks within the context of leading frameworks for organizational governance and internal control. His corporate citizenship services include stakeholder and public affairs matters involving sustainability, labor standards, consumer protection, financial integrity, and philanthropic engagement.
Les teaches business and leadership ethics, sustainability, law, Ignatian tradition, Catholic social thought, and forensic accounting in various appointments at Georgetown University in undergraduate, graduate, executive, and continuing professional education programs. He also led KPMG's Exempt Organization Tax Practice in Washington, D.C., and served as a director in the forensic practice in KPMG Advisory, focusing on fraud risk management and investigations. He serves on the boards of Center of Concern and Coopération Internationale pour le Développement et la Solidarité (CIDSE), and on the advisory board for the Georgetown University Law Center Corporate Counsel Institute. He is also a Caux Round Table Fellow.
- Organizational integrity, accountability, and responsibility
- Catholic Social Thought