ACFE Central Indiana Chapter
ACFE Central Indiana Chapter Speakers
The ACFE Central Indiana Chapter is pleased to suggest speakers for your organization.
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Greg Wright, MBA, CFE, CFP. A Toastmaster International "Competent Communicator," who frequently speaks before consumer groups, University accounting classes, and professional organizations throughout the Midwest. Learn about his programs here. He is the author of a Fraud Magazine embezzlement article, and is President of the ACFE Central Indiana Chapter. His free CPE credits seminar for CPAs meets the Indiana Accountancy Board requirements. NASBA sponsor materials.
Jean Patterson, MBA, CPA, CFE has over 25 years CPA experience and has worked on cases including embezzlement and municipal audits. She provides litigation support for attorneys, fraud investigation, tax consultation and preparation of business and personal returns, and consultation to small business, primarily dentists and their practices. Jean is a current ACFE Central Indiana Chapter Board Member and former Treasurer. She contributed to an article published in a 2013 Fraud Magazine and spoke at the 2013 Central Indiana Professional Development Conference. Her email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rebecca L. Ogle, CPA, CFE specializes in helping construction, architectural and engineering firms, and has extensive experience in financial reporting and internal controls. She graduated cum laude from Franklin College with a degree in accounting, is a graduate of the Stanley K. Lacy LEAD program, received the 2006 “Five Under 35” award from the Indiana CPA Society, and was recognized in 2008 as a “Super CPA” by the Indiana CPA Society. She has spoken before several Indianapolis-area organizations including CFE and AICPA chapters. Her email address is: ROgle@SomersetCPAs.com
David F. Fink, CPA, CFE, has been a principal with the forensic accounting firm, Hutton, Kruse & Fink, Ltd. for over 20 years. With the firm, he specializes in calculating losses resulting from employee thefts, embezzlement, fraud and business interruptions, as well as providing financial motive David F. Fin for suspected fraudulent insurance claims and litigation support. He has provided expert testimony in court and has been published in Claims magazine, SIU today and by the Illinois Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigation units. He has presented seminars on business interruption calculations and the analysis of financial statements. His email address is: email@example.com