Jocile Ehrlich, President/CEO


I am Jocile, CEO of BBB and BBB Center for Ethics. I’m honored and humbled to lead the charge of an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other and where tomorrow’s workforce is equipped with the skills to live and work in an ethics-based community. It’s exciting to work alongside so many bright, talented people who are passionate about what they do and why they do it. It’s all about making our community stronger by making each of us better. After work you can usually find me running with my family or puttering around the garden.

Corrie McGlothlin, Vice President


My name’s Corrie and I am the Vice President of BBB Center for Ethics. I oversee the programs, events, and services we provide the community. With over eight years in the nonprofit arena, I’ve found a love for working with youth and underserved populations. I’m passionate about developing our community’s workforce by creating programs that directly engage with individuals, and give them resources to better their careers. In my spare time I like to spend time with my family, go on runs, dance, and drink wine!

Chris Klug, Director of Strategic Partnerships, 513-639-9137

My name is Chris and I am the Director of Strategic Partnerships. My role is to help local businesses see the value in teaching ethics to our younger generation in preparation for their entrance into the workforce. I enjoy my work, as helping kids through charitable work has been a passion of mine for many years. While serving in the military I volunteered with the Exceptional Family Member Program and the Greyhound Rescue Foundation. When I am not at work, I enjoy traveling and teaching my oldest daughter’s soccer team.

Corinne Siebel, Charity Accreditation Specialist, 513-639-9101

My name’s Corinne, and I assist eligible nonprofits with Charity Accreditation in five regions as Charity Accreditation Specialist. I also connect charities and businesses that are Accredited through our Gain by Giving program. I’m passionate about giving back, and helping those that work tirelessly to improve our community. Giving charities the chance to showcase their cause through Accreditation creates trust between nonprofits and the community; and I truly believe that when our Gain by Giving program brings businesses and charities together, our community is strengthened. When I’m not helping nonprofits, I’m attending FC Cincinnati games. I absolutely love soccer!

Lauren Madsen, Ethics Education Coordinator, 513-639-9121

My name’s Lauren, and I create and implement interactive Ethics training programs for the underserved youth of Cincinnati, universities, veterans, and entry-level professionals. I also conduct outreach as well as partner with various organizations in order to have a stronger impact on the community. I find joy in working with youth and knowing that our program is equipping them with some necessary tools for success. When I’m not in the classroom or in the office, you can find me in my garden or practicing some yoga!