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Jan 2010Present

VP, Deputy General Counsel

Cisco Systems, Inc

Roxane Marenberg is VP, Deputy General Counsel, Global Compliance Enablement (GCE) at Cisco Systems, Inc. She is responsible for the design, implementation and oversight of Cisco’s global legal and regulatory compliance program. GCE includes 70 + persons responsible for enabling the establishment and sustainability of practical and effective functional and country compliance programs tied to Cisco’s business objectives coordinated and aligned across Cisco’s internal compliance network with both the program elements of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines and the 17 COSO 2013 principles.

Education

JD, Law

American University Washington School Of Law

About Roxane Marenberg

An established corporate governance and global compliance executive with many years of experience in Silicon Valley, Roxane Marenberg currently works as a deputy general counsel and vice president with Cisco Systems, Inc., in San Jose. In this capacity, she oversees a large global team of compliance professionals and regularly advises upper-level executives on legal and regulatory risk management. Before becoming a vice president with Cisco in 2013, Roxane Marenberg worked for several years as a senior director responsible for the company’s HR legal team.

Prior to entering the technology sector, Roxane Marenberg spent three years as a partner in the labor and employment group of DLA Piper in Washington, D.C. As a leader of the prominent corporate law firm, she represented a broad range of corporations in state and federal court, namely in labor and employment proceedings. In addition to representing clients in the courtroom, Roxane Marenberg frequently advised management on the most effective ways to ensure compliance with regulations at both the state and federal levels. She acquired a wealth of experience in areas such as ERISA violations, work-related torts, wrongful discharge, and employment discrimination.

Roxane Marenberg spent the early years of her legal career as a partner in the labor and employment group of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld in Washington, D.C. During her time with the firm, she oversaw management-side representation for multinational corporations and defended clients in employment-related disputes before courts and regulatory agencies. Roxane Marenberg also spent time as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, a trial attorney with the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, and a staff attorney with the Board of Immigration Appeals at the Department of Justice.