Over twenty years of experience, including
eleven years in the Big 4,
audit, investigations and consulting,
financial services and commercial real estate.
Fifteen years working with attorneys,
Fraud Risk Management
• Master of Science in Accounting
Georgia Institute of Technology
• Bachelor of Science in Industrial Management
• Concentration in Finance & Accounting
• Competed Certificate Program in Industrial & Organizational Psychology
• New York University Adjunct Professor, School of Professional and Continuing Studies
• Member of AICPA Anti-Fraud Task Force, developing practice aids for CPAs
• Authored articles for publication and bulletins for distribution to clients on internal controls, fraud, Sarbanes Oxley and forensic accounting.
• Frequent speaker and trainer on anti-fraud matters.
• "How Management Fraud Puts Auditors Between a Rock and a Hard Place." IOMA's Report on Preventing Business Fraud, September, 2001. Reprinted in "The Trusted Professional," July 2003.
• "Slicing the Salami: Small-Dollar Recurring Fraud," The Journal of Investment Compliance, Volume 5/Number 2, Fall 2004.
• "Fraud Considerations and Internal Control Assessments: What Every General Counsel Needs to Know," The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Volume 12, No. 10, October 2004.
• "Litigation Services Committee: Investigations, Witnesses, Damages and Fraud," The Trusted Professional. Volume 10, No. 2 February 1, 2007.
Reform Temple of Forest Hills - Executive Committee of the Board of Trustees
Boy Scouts of America - Member of Troop Committee
Sebago Canoe and Kayak Club - Chair of Audit Committee