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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

Pace University
• 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

Thought Leadership
• New York University Adjunct Professor, School of Professional and Continuing Studies
• Member of AICPA Anti-Fraud Task Force, developing pratice 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.

Articles Written
"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.

Community Involvement
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

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