Stephen Kasloff has been working in the field of organizational ethics for more than two decades, having served as Vice President and Ethics Officer of Guardsmark, one of the world’s largest security services firms and leading that company’s nationally recognized, award-winning corporate ethics program. He directed the organization’s industry-leading quality management program registered to the ISO 9001 global gold standard for quality.
Stephen has played a leading role in national ethics organizations, and has taught and lectured on business ethics at Pennsylvania State University and the Philadelphia Bar Association – where he serves as CLE instructor in business ethics and Bridge the Gap – the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Memphis and other venues. He has been a panelist on ethics programs for organizations including the Delaware Valley Association of Corporate Counsel and The Conference Board.
Among other endeavors, Stephen has been a judge of the American Business Ethics Awards and the Better Business Bureau Jerry Myers Best Practices Award; been honored by the Ethics Resource Center, now the Ethics and Compliance Initiative – the nation’s oldest ethics advocacy NGO – for his service in its leading edge Fellows Program, a roundtable of senior ethics practitioners representing the corporate, academic, government and non-profit sectors; and served the private security industry as Board Member and First Vice Chair of the National Association of Security Companies, NASCO.
Previously Stephen served as Counsel to the Rules Committee of the City Council of Philadelphia and Special Counsel to a member of that body, and has been in private law practice. He earned his baccalaureate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. He is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar and of the Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Bar Associations.