I am pleased to announce the award of the Joseph R. Dervaes Scholarship to Grace Brenner, a student at St. Martin's University who is pursuing a Bachelor's and Master's Degree in Accounting. In addition, since scholarships had not been awarded the last few years, we awarded scholarships to two very deserving students. They are Reine Darcy Albite from St. Martin's University, and Hallie Chen from the University of Washington. Please see our Scholarship tab for more information on our scholarship recipients!
ACFE Global Fraud Conference, June 11-16, Seattle, WA
This is a reminder that the ACFE's Global Fraud Conference is being held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle from June 11-16. www.fraudconference.com. We hope you can attend. Our chapter will be strongly represented at the conference. Please introduce yourself to some of our members who will be assisting in each of the rooms during the presentations. We hope to see you there!
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 85,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession. The ACFE exists on six continents, and provides anti-fraud educational materials to over 300 Universities. The ACFE’s official mission statement can be found here.
The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the ACFE was established on
March 31, 1993, and is one of nearly 200 chapters worldwide. The Pacific Northwest Chapter/ACFE consists of highly qualified fraud professionals. Members include accountants, auditors, financial managers, private investigators, educators, and anyone simply interested in joining the anti-fraud battle. If you are in search of a CFE to assist you in combatting fraud, check the CFE Referrals page.
Our Chapter mission is to promote fraud prevention and detection through educational training programs. We continually work to increase our outreach and professional networking at colleges and universities as well as in our community. We also provide the opportunity for at least two college or university students to receive a scholarship each year. For more information, check the Scholarships page.
The benefits of belonging to a local Chapter include, but are not limited to, networking opportunities, continuing professional education training, mentoring, promoting fraud awareness, leadership and opportunities to volunteer in the community.
Information about our training can be found at the Training page. Attending these fraud training events is not only inexpensive, but also an outstanding way to network with your fellow anti-fraud professionals.
For more information about becoming a member of our Chapter, click here.
Thanks for your interest in the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. We look forward to your future participation in the life and times of the Chapter.
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