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NASBA lauds Pitney Bowes VP for "Being a Difference"

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February 28, 2012

Robbie Narcisse, vice president of global ethics and business practices for Pitney Bowes, was recently honored with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy Center for the Public Trust’s Being a Difference Award for her high standard of social responsibility and ethical leadership in business.

The award was presented during a Feb. 21 reception at the Pitney Bowes national office in Stamford, Conn.

In her role at Pitney Bowes, Narcisse leads efforts to ensure that worldwide business operations comply with all applicable laws and regulations and all company policies and procedures are implemented with the highest ethical standards. During her tenure, Pitney Bowes was named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute in 2010 and for four other consecutive years.

“We are proud to award Robbie Narcisse the Being a Difference Award,” said NASBA CPT president Alfonzo Alexander, in a statement. “We are impressed with her efforts to ensure ethics and compliance are relevant and top-of-mind at Pitney Bowes. Her ability to provide positive leadership and influence in her environment proves that she is truly being a difference.”

Narcisse, who has been with Pitney Bowes for 23 years, assumed her global ethics role in 2005 and EHS role in 2009. She also manages the company’s environmental, health and safety program and corporate crisis management team. She previously served as the deputy general counsel-corporate.

“We are very proud of Robbie Narcisse at Pitney Bowes,” stated Murray Martin, chairman, president and CEO of Pitney Bowes. “We are pleased that her leadership is being recognized by such an outstanding organization. We applaud Robbie for her many contributions to our company, and thank NASBA for recognizing her as well.”

Narcisse serves on the board of directors of the Minority Corporate Counsel Association and is a member of the American Bar Association, the Association of Corporate Counsel and the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Before joining Pitney Bowes, Narcisse was an associate in the litigation department of Weil, Gotschal & Magnes in New York. She is a graduate of the University of California’s Boalt Hall School of Law and Stanford University.

 

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