System Ethics and Compliance Officer »

A picture of Janet Smalley, Chief of Staff

Janet Smalley
The Texas A&M University System
Moore/Connally Building, 4th Floor
301 Tarrow
College Station, Texas 77840-7896
(979) 458-6008
janetsmalley@tamus.edu

Janet Smalley was appointed System Ethics and Compliance Officer on May 4, 2012, by Chancellor John Sharp.  In this role, Smalley is responsible for planning, developing, implementing, and overseeing a comprehensive compliance program for the institutions and agencies within The Texas A&M University System.  She is instrumental in determining the ongoing direction of the compliance program, which includes updating and revising policies and procedures to ensure compliance in accordance with the A&M System. 

Smalley is also responsible for facilitating training and educational initiatives for all A&M System members. She works collaboratively with members to develop innovative and effective ways to mitigate ethics and compliance risks; identifies risks and makes recommendations for policies, regulations and rules.

 

Career

2012-present System Ethics and Compliance Officer, The Texas A&M University System
2006-2012 Chief of Staff, Office of the Chancellor, The Texas A&M University System
1998-2006 Executive Assistant to the Chancellor, The Texas A&M University System 
1994-1998 Executive Secretary, Office of Communications and Strategic Programs, The Texas A&M University System
1987-1994 Office Manager, 82nd Judicial District Community Supervision and Corrections, Franklin, Texas
1983-1986 Secretary, Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Department, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Education
2008 Governor’s Executive Development Program, Class XXVII, LBJ School of Public Affairs
2003 Bachelor of Science, Texas A&M University
1997 Associate of Arts, Blinn College, Bryan, Texas
Memberships
2012 Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
Licenses and Certification

2013 Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional, Compliance Certification Board
2013 Stanford Strategic Decision and Risk Management, Stanford Center for Professional Development