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Previous Speakers and Topics
Terri Frame – VyStar Credit Union Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Manager “Risk Assessments in the Current Regulatory Environment“
The primary focus of Mrs. Frame’s career has been in assisting management with identifying, documenting, evaluating and mitigating risks for accounting processes, specifically Sarbanes-Oxley. Currently, Mrs. Frame is the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Manager for VyStar Credit Union. She is a certified risk management professional (CRMA) and Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). Mrs. Frame holds both a B.A. degree in Business Management and an MBA with a specialization in Accounting from St. Leo University. Mrs. Frame has been a volunteer with the Northeast Florida chapter of The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) for the past 2 years, and is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) since 2012.
Kevin C. L. Owens (M.A.), CFSSP, BSACS – VyStar Credit Union, Vice President Security and Safety
“Anti-terrorist safety measures”
Kevin Owens has been employed with VyStar (formerly Jax Navy Federal) Credit Union for over 19 years, coming on board in February 1997 as VyStar’s first Security Officer As part of his initial duties, he was in charge of Physical Security, Information Security, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC/DR), Bank Secrecy/Anti-Money laundering (BSA/AML), Compliance, Internal Investigations. He later acquired the additional duties of Safety Officer. In this capacity, he developed VyStar’s policy and training program on Workplace Violence. All VyStar employees receive Workplace Violence training upon date of hire and follow-on annual online refresher training. He received his Associates Degree (with honors) from Florida Junior College Jacksonville in 1983, Bachelor’s Degree (cum laude) in Criminology from Florida State University in 1985, and his Masters Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies (area of study: Homeland Security) in 2013 from the Naval War College. He is also a graduate from the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (1991) in Criminal Investigations. He served as a Special Agent with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) from 1991 – 2007 both as an active and reserve agent. He retired a Navy Commander from the US Navy Reserves in 2013, serving a total of 37 years-both active and reserve, in both Enlisted and Officer capacity. His job specialties in the military included: electronics technician, enlisted air crewman, Naval Aviator, and Intelligence.
Special Agent Peter J. Corigliano, Jr. – Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Criminal Investigation – “Taxes“
Special Agent Peter J. Corigliano, Jr. began his law enforcement career as a State Investigator assigned to the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement in 2003. Stationed in Atlantic City, New Jersey, SA Corigliano’s primary duty was to enforce the laws of the Casino Control Act. Additionally, SA Corigliano conducted threat and risk assessments of casino properties for compliance with the Department of Homeland Security Best Practices Guidelines. In 2006, SA Corigliano left the Division of Gaming Enforcement for a position with a national bank as a senior investigator in their Anti-Money Laundering Department. Tired of the cold New Jersey winters, SA Corigliano accepted a position in Jacksonville, Florida with a global investment bank in their Anti-Money Laundering compliance and investigations group. In July 2009, SA Corigliano joined IRS Criminal Investigation (“IRS-CI”) to become part of the world’s finest financial investigative agency. SA Corigliano has conducted investigations involving tax evasion, stolen identity refund fraud, and the laundering of proceeds from various specified unlawful activities, such as political corruption, illegal gambling, wire fraud, mail fraud, and drug trafficking. SA Corigliano has been assigned to an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force which was involved in the investigation and prosecution of individuals engaged in the illegal trafficking and distribution of narcotics and controlled substances. SA Corigliano is currently the IRS-CI Jacksonville Office liaison to the North Florida Joint Terrorism Task Force and Team Lead of IRS-CI’s North Florida Financial Crimes Task Force.
Victoria Spivey – Bank of America Financial Investigations Group, Electronic Crimes Unit – VP, Senior Investigator
“Linking Fraud Through Electronic Detection”
Victoria Spivey is involved in complex investigations related to online fraud and internet-based national and international crimes. Victoria has worked for Bank of America for 15 years, and has been in her current position with electronic crimes for 3 years. She has been a Certified Fraud Examiner since 2003, and was a past President of the Financial Institution Security Association of Northeast Florida, Jacksonville. Victoria received Certificate of Recognitions from Sherriff Rutherford, Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the US Secret Service for assisting on large cases. Previous to working for Bank of America, Victoria was with the Internal Revenue Service for 13 years as a Revenue Officer. Her duties included financial analysis of business and personal assets and seizure and sales of property.
Det. Herb Pittman – Clay County Sheriff Office, Cyber Crimes Section
Roni Campbell – Clay County School District, Internal Account Auditor
“Lessons Learned through a local embezzlement case”
Det. Herb Pittman – I have been in law enforcement for 22 ½ years. Six years at Union Correctional Institution (Correctional Officer), Six Years at Bradford County Sheriff Office (Deputy Sheriff), and over ten years at Clay County Sheriff Office (Deputy Sheriff/Detective). I have worked in patrol, School Resource Office, and investigations. I have spent over six years as a Financial Crimes Detective and my final two years have been as a Cyber Crimes Detective. As a Cyber Crimes Detective, I am responsible for computer forensics, cell phone forensics, and CCTV forensics (along with a limited amount of financial crimes cases).
Roni Campbell – I have been with the Clay County School District for 20 plus years, beginning as a School Secretary at Tynes Elementary in 1995. Became Bookkeeper at Orange Park Junior High in 1997. Went back to school, completed Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration in 2003 and became Coordinator of Accounting and Internal Accounts in July, 2003. Received MBA specializing in Accounting in 2005. Transferred to Coordinator of Internal Accounts, Purchasing and Accounts Payable, October, 2011. Appointed Internal Accounts Auditor, March, 2014.
Penny Crispell-Rose – Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Forensic Accountant
“The Other Side of Money Laundering”
Penny has been an FBI Forensic Accountant for over 11 years. She obtained her CFE shortly after joining the FBI. Penny has conducted financial investigations relating to cyber crimes, drug and human trafficking, crimes against children, terrorism, foreign counterintelligence, and white collar crime. Penny is also a member of the FBI Corporate Fraud and Evidence Response Teams. She has a Masters in Accounting and Financial Management from the Keller Graduate School of Management. Prior to joining the FBI, Penny worked as an accountant for a life insurance company and a real estate developer. Prior to becoming an accountant, Penny worked in the banking field for 10 years.
Mark Anderson – Anderson Investigative Services
“Emerging Trends In Interviewing and Debunking some Old Tales”
Mark A. Anderson is the Director of Training and Development with Anderson Investigative Associates. He is a career interviewer in the audit and investigation arena who believes interviewing is a skill that makes a major difference in our work. He is a retired Special Agent with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of the Inspector General (DOJ/OIG) who served as a Program Manager and Instructor at the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy (IGCIA) at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, GA. His focus in training is the need for rapport and establishing commonality with those who we interview with the goal of maximizing the quality and quantity of information that we obtain. He instructs in the areas of interviewing, interrogation, employee misconduct, investigation planning, public corruption, and other requested areas of investigation, audit, evaluation, human resources, and inspection work.
To learn more about Mark you can visit his web site at andersoninvestigative.com.