Lisa Miller

Head, Integrity Compliance Office, World Bank Group

EDUCATION The Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. LL.M. in International and Comparative Law, with distinction, May 2001 Graduate Paper: PUBLIC PROCUREMENT IN UKRAINE, May 1997 The George Washington University National Law Center, Washington, D.C. J.D., May 1994 Member, The George Washington Journal of International Law and Economics Dean’s Fellow, taught legal research and writing to first-year students Georgetown University, School of Foreign Service, Washington, D.C. B.S. in International Politics, May 1990 Certificate in German Studies, May 1990 EXPERIENCE The World Bank Group, Washington, D.C. Head of Integrity Compliance Office, Integrity Vice Presidency July 2017-Present Integrity Compliance Officer, Integrity Compliance Office, Integrity Vice Presidency July 2013-July 2017 Provide guidance to sanctioned parties on the establishment of appropriate integrity compliance measures and assess such measures; advise on compliance conditions and terms in negotiated resolution agreements; develop integrity compliance-related resources; and engage in World Bank Group sanctions, integrity due diligence and integrity risk management initiatives. Lead unit since July 2017. Adviser to Director of Integrity Strategy, Integrity Vice Presidency May 2015-June 2017 In addition to duties as an Integrity Compliance Officer, provided recommendations and guidance on integrity aspects of World Bank Group policy issues, including procurement framework, and regarding specific matters. Senior Counsel, Operations Policy, World Bank Legal Vice Presidency September 2009-July 2013 Provided guidance on operational and institutional procurement matters; participated in country procurement law and system reviews; and provided guidance on matters relating to World Bank Group sanctions regime. Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C. January 2019-Present Adjunct Professor (Part-time, in addition to full-time employment) Prepare and teach, with co-professors, law school seminar course on international anticorruption. Arent Fox LLP, Washington, D.C. August 2004-September 2009 Associate Practiced primarily in the Firm’s Government Contracts Group, focusing on procurement integrity audits, integrity compliance, internal investigations, debarment and suspension, bid protest and claims litigation, data rights, cost and pricing issues, small business matters, mergers and acquisitions, contract drafting and review, and other matters relating to Government contracts counseling. Also assisted the Firm’s Health Care Group with regard to internal investigations and regulatory compliance matters. Gadsby Hannah LLP, Boston, Massachusetts August 2000-July 2004 Washington, D.C. February 1998-August 2000 Associate Practiced in the Firm’s Government Contracts and Corporate/Hospitality Groups. Government Contracts practice focused on public procurement law, including procurement integrity audits, integrity compliance, internal investigations, debarment and suspension, document drafting and review, small business matters, data rights, export control, and bid protest and claims litigation. Corporate/Hospitality practice focused on corporate and franchise law, including mergers and acquisitions, due diligence, and regulatory compliance. The Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. August 1997-December 2000 Adjunct Professor (Part-time, in addition to full-time employment) Prepared and taught a two-credit law school course in government contract law. The Honorable Bohdan A. Futey United States Court of Federal Claims, Washington, D.C. September 1995-February 1998 Judicial Law Clerk Conducted legal research and drafted legal memoranda, primarily in the area of government contract law. Assisted Judge Futey with his outside advisory efforts by conducting research on legal development in Ukraine with a particular focus on “rule of law” issues. The Honorable Bruce D. Black New Mexico Court of Appeals, Santa Fe, New Mexico September 1994-September 1995 Judicial Law Clerk Conducted legal research, edited opinions, and drafted legal memoranda in various areas. ADMITTED TO PRACTICE Commonwealth of Massachusetts, January 2002 United States District Court for the District of Columbia, July 1998 District of Columbia, October 1996 United States Court of Federal Claims, February 1996 Illinois, November 1994 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES Certified Auditor for ISO 19600 and ISO 37001 Audits by ETHIC Intelligence (as of April 2018) International Corruption Hunters Alliance, Member (2014-Present) United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Public-Private Partnership Expert Group (2013-Present) Procurement Expert Group (2004-2013 when Group’s work completed) United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Roster of Public-Private Partnership Experts (2012-Present) American Bar Association Member (1998-Present) Public Contract Law and International Law Sections, Member (1998-Present) Task Force on International Standards for Corrupt Practices, Member (2000-2005) International Bar Association (IBA) Member (May 1999-September 2009) Chair, International Construction Projects Committee, Procurement Subcommittee (September 2006-November 2006); Vice-Chair (November 2006-February 2008) Chair, International Sales Transactions Committee, Government Procurement Subcommittee (September 2003-September 2005); Vice-Chair (December 2002-September 2003) Member, General Practice Programme Standing Committee (May 2001-October 2004) Vice-Chair, Section of Legal Practice, Administrative and Constitutional Law Committee (September 2000-December 2002) International Law Institute Guest Lecturer (September 2013-Present) Member Procurement Advisory Board (June 2004- September 2009) Faculty (March 2002- September 2009) LANGUAGE SKILLS Proficiency in German Intermediate proficiency in French Basic knowledge of Mandarin Chinese