Oct. 10, 2019 from 2-5 p.m. in #402 J.C. Penney Conference Center
News stories about fraud and embezzlement at nonprofit organizations abound. Too many organizations find themselves dealing with these kinds of problems when an understanding of common schemes, and the implementation of relatively simple, yet important processes, procedures, and policies could protect them from many of these issues.
Join us for a discussion on how nonprofits can prevent and detect fraud within their organizations. Topics to be covered include:
- Prevalence of Fraud and Recent Examples of Fraud
- Common Types of Fraud Schemes
- Red Flags
- Preventive and Detective Internal Controls
- Investigating Potential Frauds
Instructor Christina Solomon is a Partner in Rubin Brown’s Business Advisory Services Group. As a financial forensics expert, she performs forensic accounting analysis and fraud investigations. She has provided financial consultation to businesses in a variety of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, professional service firms, healthcare, environmental, and not-for-profit organizations. Christina’s consulting services include developing financial analyses, quantifying damages, writing reports and providing deposition and trial testimonies. In addition, she has internal audit, financial modeling and data analysis experience.
Instructor Mary Kay Lofgren is a Partner in RubinBrown’s Assurance Services Group. She also serves as a Vice Chair of the Not-For-Profit Services Group. She primarily serves clients in the nonprofit and public sector industries. Mary Kay has more than 22 years of experience working on assurance engagements in these industries, as well as Uniform Guidance (A-133) single audits.
For more about these presenters, visit: http://www.rubinbrown.com/
Registration fee: $30
For additional information about this class, and all the continuing education classes offered by the Nonprofit Management & Leadership Program, please check out our web site at:http://www.umsl.edu/npml/Noncredit%20Courses/index.html