I had the pleasure of serving with Cary Raditz for five years on the CFA Institute’s Disciplinary Review Committee (DRC) as both a fellow panelist and as a Chair of the DRC during Cary’s tenure. Cary approached his role as a member of the DRC with the utmost preparation, thoughtful analysis, and balanced objectivity. While these traits are all fundamental requirements for a DRC member, Cary always conducted himself in a manner that was respectful and mindful of all stakeholders. Oftentimes, DRC members find themselves in sensitive, tense environments, and Cary always managed to prudently balance his role as both an arbiter and as a fellow peer. It was this sense of “humanity” in which Cary shined. Cary’s ability to defuse a situation by “humanizing” it through a story, a vignette, or just a personal experience, is a skill that allows Cary to enter the discussion as if he is talking with you as opposed to at you. Additionally, Cary’s practice of meditation and mindfulness allowed Cary to bring a deeper sense of perspective, which undoubtedly added to the robustness of our discussions.