Elizabeth Makris speaks with hundreds of Chief Risk Officers and General Counsels each year and helps them implement risk management in some of the largest and most respected companies in the world. Specifically, her areas of expertise include risk identification and quantification, advancing risk monitoring precision, developing the best mitigation strategies, impactful risk reporting to a variety of stakeholders and the creation and application of risk appetite. She also is an expert in aligned assurance techniques and risk related technology tools.
In addition to supporting executives, Elizabeth helps to guide best practice research on the Enterprise Risk Management Lifecycle, sharing process improvements related to enterprise risk management, quantification, and technology application to the risk management process.
Elizabeth has previous work experience including board education on increasing effectiveness, as well as litigating business disputes and securities class actions.
Supported boards of directors in instituting best practices in board governance.
National Association of Corporate Directors
Senior Manager, Education
Enterprise Risk Management Program Management
Enterprise Risk Management Process
B.S. Georgia Institute of Technology, Summa Cum Laude, International Affairs and Modern Languages
Minors: Language, Business, and Technology; Latin American Studies
J.D. Washington College of Law
1Risk Quantification Techniques
2Maturing and Maximizing the ERM Lifecycle: Risk Identification, Assessment, Risk Appetite, Mitigation, Monitoring and Reporting
3Aligned Assurance Techniques: Aligning risk management across Audit, Risk, Legal, Compliance, EHS, InfoSec, among others
4Selecting and Implementing Risk Management Technologies
5Risk Culture Programs