Chief Compliance Officer
Quinton Johnson serves as Chief Compliance Officer at UNC-Chapel Hill. Prior to becoming the Chief Compliance Officer, Johnson was the Export Compliance Officer in Institutional Integrity and Risk Management. Johnson continues to maintain an appointment as Export Compliance Officer, where he supports international teaching and research programs.
As the Chief Compliance Officer, Johnson provides support and answers when needed, with the overarching aim of reducing compliance burden and fostering a culture of ethics and compliance. Research universities receive a majority of their support from state and federal funding agencies, and it is incumbent upon all of us to ensure that those taxpayer funds are utilized responsibly and ethically.
William E. Bucha, Jr.
Export Compliance Manager
William E. Bucha, Jr. serves as the Export Compliance Manager at UNC-Chapel Hill. In this capacity, William assists the University Chief Compliance Officer with ensuring consistent institutional processes that bolster the University’s export compliance program. William contributes to the larger University compliance program by lowering the burden of compliance while simultaneously fostering awareness and understanding of U.S. export control laws amongst the University community.
Having previously worked at large research institutions, William continues to enjoy assisting University faculty, staff and students achieve their goals while maintaining their compliance obligations. William holds a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law, with a specialization in Technology Commercialization Law. Before attending law school, William graduated from Penn State University with majors in both Political Science and Philosophy of Law and Values.
Administrative Support Specialist
Brent Eisenbarth is an administrative support specialist in the Office of Export Compliance. He also supports the Office of Ethics and Policy. In the Office of Export Compliance, he supports the visa review process and facilitates other administrative functions. Brent is twice a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill graduate; he completed a master’s degree in Linguistics and an undergraduate degree in Comparative Literature and Hispanic Linguistics. He also has experience teaching in K-12 education, having taught both high school Spanish in the United States and as English in Spain through the Fulbright program. Brent enjoys supporting the University’s international research goals. In his free time, Brent enjoys learning languages, travelling and being outdoors.
Carolina Square, Campus Box #1005
123 W. Franklin St., Suite 600B
Chapel Hill, NC 27599