Mar. 14 2018
Owings Mills, Maryland – Curt Schwall, Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs at EBI Inc., has been named to the Board of Directors at the National Association of Professional Background Screeners.
Schwall will also serve as the Board Liaison to the association’s Best Practices Committee. NAPBS established the Best Practices Committee to develop a program for creating, reviewing, and distributing “best practices” for the screening profession.
Schwall’s experience in the screening industry spans more than 20 years. He is recognized industry-wide as an expert on all aspects of background screening. In addition to his current term, Curt has previously served two terms on the Board of Directors for NAPBS. A long-time volunteer within the Association, Curt has also co-chaired the Government Relations Committee and most recently led the development of the Access and Accuracy Subcommittee.
“I am honored to once again join the NAPBS Board of Directors. It is truly a privilege to work on background screening industry matters that are so important to our members and to organizations around the world,” Schwall said.
“EBI is one of the original founding member of NAPBS, so it is very important for EBI to continually support of the mission of the Association. Curt’s dedication to establishing and promoting the highest level of performance standards for the industry is an invaluable contribution for EBI and for screening companies worldwide,” said EBI CEO, Richard Kurland.
Curt Schwall is EBI’s Vice President of Compliance and Regulatory Affairs. Curt oversees EBI’s state, federal and global regulatory and compliance initiatives, US Privacy policies, ethics, and vendor management. He is a Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional (CCEP) and heads EBI’s Trusted Advisor™ program, offering clients assistance with their background screening policy, privacy and regulatory issues.
EBI is the only background screening firm named to HRO Today Magazine's Pre-Employment Screening Baker's Dozen List of top background screeners ten times. It has also been published in Worforce Magazine’s Hot List eleven times in a row. EBI specializes in the development, implementation and management of comprehensive and customized employment screening programs for more than 5,000 clients in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. EBI is a founding member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners. For more information, visit www.ebiinc.com.
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