Juliette Gust is the founder and president of Ethics Suite, a company that helps businesses identify, investigate and resolve alleged wrongdoing at their organization by providing a comprehensive solution for the anonymous employee reporting and tracking of workplace misconduct, fraud, or theft. Ethics Suite also offers assistance with internal investigations and ethics and compliance-related consulting services.
Ms. Gust has personally conducted or managed more than 1,400 investigations spanning 75 countries and has advised on more than 10,000 employee ethics line reports. She developed and was the Director of the global Fraud & Investigations team for a global hospitality company with 180,000 employees in more than 100 countries. She also served as the Project Manager and a core member of the company’s Anti-Corruption compliance program, leading the development of a best-in-class global anti-corruption risk assessment and audit program.
Juliette’s past experience includes providing advisory services to a diverse group of clients as a Manager and subject matter specialist within pwc’s Regulatory, Forensics, and Hospitality practices, where she led investigations and engagements in the U.S. and abroad on a variety of matters including anti-money laundering, corruption and bribery, embezzlement and financial statement fraud and has presented findings and recommendations before executive boards, federal and state regulatory agencies and audit committees in response to regulatory enforcement actions.
Prior to focusing on forensic accounting (and where she developed the interest), Juliette spent 15 years in hospitality industry operations as an operations manager and general manager in high-volume hotels, casino hotels, convention centers and restaurants.
Juliette has been a Certified Fraud Examiner since 2007 and was the 2003 recipient of the International Food & Beverage Forum’s Food & Wine Founder Michael Batterberry Award and Scholarship.
Juliette is also former Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance Showcase of the Star’s “Star”, and a 2004 winner of the Wall Street Journal Award for Excellence in Accounting. She attended Johnson & Wales University, the Cornell Hotel School, and the International Hotel and Tourism Training Institute in Switzerland.