Immunizing Your Non-Profit Against Fraud

June 12, 2019 - June 12, 2019

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM CDT 

 
Community Room at MSS 

3500 North A Street
Midland, TX 79705

The fight against fraud must be totally PROACTIVE. Hoping it never happens to your non-profit puts you in the REACTIVE mode, which is definitely not where you want to be when it comes to fraud.  Education, education, education from the top down in any business is an absolute must, especially for a non-profit. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ (ACFE) “2018 Report to the Nations” indicates that “organizations lose a median of 5% of their annual revenue to fraud”.  This presentation will educate your non-profit about the current fraud trends that are affecting businesses from both external and internal factors. It will also provide your non-profit tools to help prevent and/or diminish potential fraud losses.  Additionally, your non-profit will also come away with an understanding of the importance of relationship building in the fight against fraud and how knowing the right resources to reach out to can help to “immunize” your non-profit against potential fraud losses.


About Sandy Sullivan, CFE - Senior Vice President/Fraud Management Frost Bank

Mrs, Sullivan has worked for Frost Bank for 47 years and for the last 28 years she has been the statewide liaison in all external fraud matters that include check fraud; customer employee embezzlement; identity theft; debit card fraud; and elder fraud. Mrs. Sullivan's responsibilities also include being the liaison to all law enforcement agencies for Frost Bank; and in the education of Frost Bank staff, the bank's customers, as well as the community at large to proactively raise the awareness on fraud issues as well as fraud prevention.


Contact

Sarah Lauritzen
Nonprofit Management Center
4325707971
info@nmc-pb.org

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