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Zack will work alongside retiring CEO Roy Snell during transition.

Minneapolis – The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics (SCCE) & Healthcare Compliance Association (HCCA) announced today that Gerry Zack has been named the Incoming CEO. Zack will spend the next year working alongside current CEO, Roy Snell, as Roy transitions into retirement.

Zack has been Managing Director – Global Forensics at BDO for 3 years and CEO of Zack P.C. for 24 years.  He has over 30 years of experience in the prevention, detection, investigation and remediation of fraud, corruption, and noncompliance. 

Zack has served on multiple non-profit and for-profit boards. His Association background includes 11 years as Academy Faculty for and serving as a Board of Regents member at the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.  He has also held positions as the Chief Operating and the Compliance Officer at the Optical Society. Zack has been a loyal SCCE member since 2009.

“When we started the search 6 months ago we were uncertain if we could find all the experience we wanted in one person but it’s clear to me we have.  We could not be more excited to get Gerry on board as Incoming CEO.” Roy Snell, CEO of SCCE & HCCA said.

“Gerry is an engaging, experienced and very knowledgeable professional and we are delighted that he is bringing his considerable skills and expertise to the SCCE & HCCA.”  Dan Roach, Chair of the Succession Planning Committee said.

Zack holds an undergraduate degree in Accounting, a MBA in Finance from Loyola University, a BSBA in accounting from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and has obtained multiple professional certifications.


The Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics & Health Care Compliance Association are non-profit associations headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. USA. Together SCCE & HCCA serve more than 18,000 compliance and ethics professionals globally. The two associations offer more than 88 meetings a year, and each publishes a monthly magazine for its members. In addition to programs throughout the U.S., programs are offered in 2017 in Dubai, Amsterdam, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Sarajevo, Singapore, Madrid, and Prague in order to meet the growing educational needs of the global compliance and ethics community.

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