At Broadcat, we take a behavioral approach to compliance communications and training. That means we try to work with how people actually are—busy, distracted, and overwhelmed with day-to-day tasks—not how we’d like them to be.
We craft job aids that let employees understand what to do at the right moment, making it clear how compliance and ethics applies to regular job duties like financial approvals, hiring and firing, managing vendors, closing deals, and more.
If you’re into the academic side of compliance, you might call our job aids “precommitment devices” or “accountability debiasing tools” or, if you’re the Temple Law Review, a “behavioral compliance best practice.”
Or, if you don’t read studies all day, you could simply call them really awesome checklists and flowcharts. That’s what your employees will call them.
Our tools are made by a team that specializes in compliance design, from ex-in-house legal and compliance professionals to multidisciplinary designers who do nothing but think about compliance all day.
As Broadcat’s Founder and CEO, Ricardo is responsible for setting and obsessively refining Broadcat’s core methodology, approach, and vision of practical, useful compliance.
Ricardo has been quoted by former DOJ compliance expert Hui Chen in Bloomberg and mentioned or cited in The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur, Compliance Today, Compliance Week, Compliance and Ethics Professional, Life Science Compliance Update, and more.
As Director of External Engagements, Aimee is responsible for the strategy behind Broadcat's effort to change the conversation on compliance, including its marketing and external partnerships.
Aimee is a Jill-of-all-trades, combining a background of obsessively precise legal detail and sky's-the-limit business and marketing strategy. At Broadcat, she uses her powers for good: supercharging growth while maintaining Broadcat’s reputation for precision.
As an expert corporate compliance generalist, Jaycee is responsible for helping Broadcat customers successfully deploy Broadcat’s tools—and prove the compliance team’s value to the business.
With over a decade in higher education, government, and think-tank experience, Jaycee has been active in compliance and ethics in a variety of fields. She’s particularly passionate about behavioral ethics, graphic design, and new technology.
As the primary sales representative for Broadcat, Taylor's role is shouting from the rooftops about Broadcat’s mission, vision, and value.
Taylor has diverse experience at companies that transformed their respective industries. Whether it's being the first sales hire at a tech startup, working with HR teams, or hosting trainings for colleagues who want to improve skills, Taylor's a team player who understands the employee experience.
With 11 years of graphic design, branding, and user experience, Ryan ensures that every visual experience with Broadcat is absolutely delightful.
Whether it’s screenprinting in her studio, developing her stationery line, or developing the visuals for a political campaign that were described as “a master class in visual political communication,” Ryan’s design shows up outside of work—and assists with her understanding of businesses’ compliance challenges.
As a designer for Compliance Design Club and Broadcat for Champions, Rachel applies critical thinking to develop tools for corporate compliance teams.
Rachel has a variety of design experience, from web design and UX to branding and book layouts. She’s even worked as a photographer for family portraits—imagine the outtakes!
As a designer for Broadcat’s custom line, Xinia takes the problems of compliance teams and transforms them into elegant solutions.
With a passion for visual communication, Xinia also has a brain for business—she previously worked for Bank of America and received a Minor in Arts
As a junior designer, Kristen helps execute projects for Broadcat’s licensing products, custom line, and sweet sweet marketing campaigns.
Whether working in customer service at an arts supply store or redesigning articles for an online publication magazine, Kristen is a graphic designer with the heart of an artist. She especially enjoys illustration, branding, and layout work.