Bill Brierly joined Liberty Latin America in January 2018 as our Head of Compliance and Ethics. In this role, Mr Brierly specialises in counseling the Board of Directors and executive leaders on ethical business practices and in designing and operating an effective culture of compliance for all of our over 10,000 employees operating in over 40 countries.
Before joining Liberty Latin America, Mr Brierly was the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for CH2M, a global engineering and project management firm with over 25,000 employees located in over 90 countries. During each year of his tenure at CH2M, the Ethisphere Institute selected CH2M as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies®.
Prior to his role at CH2M, Mr Brierly served as the Head of Legal Affairs and Secretary for TeleTech Holdings, Inc., a NASDAQ-listed (TTEC) business process services company, where he led the Legal and Compliance Departments for TeleTech’s 40,000 employees operating in 18 countries.
Mr Brierly has also worked as an in-house lawyer for Nextel Communications focusing on cell tower development and commercial litigation. Bill also served as an associate attorney at Davis, Graham and Stubbs, LLP where his practice focused on antitrust and commercial litigation, and Otten Johnson, Robinson, Neff & Ragonetti, PC where his practice focused on commercial and land use litigation.
In 2015 and 2017, Ethisphere Magazine named Mr Brierly one of the Attorneys Who Matter in Ethics.
Mr Brierly has a law degree from the University Of Denver Sturm College Of Law (Order of St. Ives) and a bachelor’s degree in economics from The Colorado College.
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