Kathy Self

Kathlynn L. Self is the Director of Corporate Compliance and Internal Audit for Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. where she provides advice and recommendations concerning regulatory compliance assessments and internal audits. In her previous role, Kathlynn served as the Manager of Corporate Compliance where she managed and implemented international compliance initiatives and training programs. Having been with Universal for twelve years and in a Compliance role for the last four plus years, Kathlynn has extensive experience with compliance and international business issues and is a speaker on subjects such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), global anti-bribery, business ethics, economic sanctions, export controls, anti-boycott, policy management and the like. Before entering the compliance and audit spectrum, Kathlynn also served in a number of business and legal (non-attorney) roles prior to her work as a Director. Kathlynn holds memberships with the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Institute of Internal Auditors, The Houston Chapter of InfraGard, the Ethics & Compliance Officers Association and the Greater Houston Business Ethics Roundtable. Kathlynn is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional, and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Business Ethics & Compliance with a concentration in Forensic Accounting from the New England College of Business and Finance and can be reached at kathyself@univ-wea.com.

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UPDATE: Business Aviation Operations and Cuba – Part 2: General Aviation Considerations

UPDATE: Business Aviation Operations and Cuba – Part 2: General Aviation Considerations

The starting point, when planning a trip to Cuba by a U.S. operator, is to determine the purpose of the flight and if purpose of the travel falls under approved travel by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). An important consideration is whether to take your own aircraft or use a charter flight […]

February 24, 2015 | 0 Comments More
UPDATE: Business Aviation Operations and Cuba – Part 1: U.S. Sanction Considerations

UPDATE: Business Aviation Operations and Cuba – Part 1: U.S. Sanction Considerations

The recent January 2015 regulatory changes in the U.S. – Cuba relations will no doubt encourage future business and investment opportunities between these two countries. However, for the time being there will continue to be assorted operating challenges and compliance issues to deal with for general aviation (GA) operators […]

February 23, 2015 | 0 Comments More