Anthony J. Gray


Prior to his appointment as President & CEO at IGE, Mr. Gray served as the Global Compliance Officer at Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation where he led the ethics and compliance infrastructure for the company around the world. Mr. Gray holds a Master's degree in ethics from the Yale Divinity School, and a law degree from the University of Wisconsin. View full bio.

David Saltzman


David Saltzman is an attorney and gifted writer in Madison, WI. After graduating cum laude from University of Wisconsin Law School in 2007, he spent two years as an adjunct professor, teaching Conflict of Laws and Advanced Legal Writing. In 2009, he founded Saltzman Law, a solo firm specializing in criminal defense, family law, and civil litigation. David joined the IGE family in 2013. He currently lives in Madison, WI with his son and wife.

Dylan Rindo


Dylan Rindo is the Executive Assistant to Mr. Gray and also serves as a Project Manager. He graduated from UW-Madison with a degree in history and also has a certificate in Middle Eastern Studies. Prior to coming to IGE, Dylan worked with the National Defense University’s Near East South Asia Center, and the office of State Senator Jennifer Schilling. He has an interest in ethics, politics, and public policy.

Iakovos Balassi


Iakovos Balassi graduated from UW-Madison in 2017 with Bachelor's Degrees in International Studies and Political Science. During his final year he wrote a senior thesis on the evolution of al-Shabaab and the Somali Security Environment. Iakovos joined IGE in the summer of 2017 and plans to pursue a Master's degree in Security Studies in the near future.

Bridgit Van Belleghem, AICP


Bridgit Van Bellegham graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2007 with an M.S. in Urban & Regional Planning, after receiving a B.S. in Environmental Biology and Management from UC-Davis in 2005. She currently works as the Princapal Consultant at BVB Consulting, prior to which she spent two years as a Planner on the Marin County Community Development Agency, where she performed research, led workshops, and revised development guides.

Ligia Vado


Ligia Vado, Ph.D., has had a long career in economic research and policy analysis. Dr. Vado’s intellectual curiosity has taken her from being a cum laude graduate of economics and finance in Nicaragua to completing a Ph.D. in economics at North Carolina State University. Upon graduation, Dr. Vado pursued a post-doc position at the University of Illinois in Chicago. She then worked as a disaster risk financing and insurance specialist at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. Dr. Vado is interested in the intersection of technology, institutions and economic performance. She finds great pleasure in devising policy solutions to real-world economic problems.

Cheryl LeBlond


Cheryl LeBlond, LCSW, has been delivering Ethical Fitness® Seminars to non-profit organizations since 2002. Cheryl has a MSW from the University of Maine, a BA in Psychology from Curry College and a certificate of Graduate Studies in Substance Abuse Counseling through the University of New England. Cheryl's professional work began in 1993 providing behavioral health emergency services for inner-city children in Boston. She has since provided various services in schools, jails, hospitals, in-home and residential settings. In addition to her professional life she is actively involved in her community.

Paul S. McAuliffe


Paul was formerly Chief Ethics Officer at BD (Becton, Dickinson & Co.), is Executive Director of the Federal Reserve Employee Benefits System, where he oversees employee benefits and related compensation programs for 21,000 employees and 24,000 retirees of the Federal Reserve System.

Doug Magee


Doug is the Dean of Curriculum Innovation and Design at The Church Farm School in Exton, Pennsylvania. His work focuses on improving school climate and culture through human centered design with the primary goal of fostering deeper learning for students and teachers.

Sean M. Witzling, Esq.


For the last four years, Sean has practiced law in the areas of consumer protection, family, and non-profit management. Focusing on dispute resolution and non-adversarial approaches, some of Sean’s most engaging work included negotiating child custody arrangements in cases involving emotional, physical, and/or verbal abuse. In addition to practicing law, Sean provided administrative support to several Washington, DC non-profit corporations. A proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School's class of 2011, Sean also holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Sean is a Wisconsin native and is excited to return to Madison, WI and join the IGE team.