Young and New Professionals 2018

April 24, 2018
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
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SUNY Old Westbury
Student Union Bldg., Mutlipurpose Room, 223 Store Hill Rd.
Old Westbury, NY 11568
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OUR 2018 YOUNG AND NEW PROFESSIONAL'S  MEETING HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2018

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED FOR THIS MEETING!

4 CPE MEETING

THE LOCATION IS STAYING THE SAME.

A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THAT REPSONDED!

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Two of our scheduled speakers, Ms. Chelsea Binns and Mr. Steve Gorozda will not be able to join us on 4/24.  Fortunately we have been able to arrange for Asst. Prof. Robert Koval, Retired DEA Special Agent In Charge (SUNY Farmingdale) and Mr. Bill Delgais, a Forensic Accountant with the FBI to present to us.

Location:

SUNY/Old Westbury has graciously offered us use of their campus by giving us use of the Multipurpose Room located in the Student Union Building (https://www.oldwestbury.edu/sites/default/files/documents/suny-old-westbury-campus-map.pdf) for this event. 

Please note:  1.  Students must register; 2.  Undergraduate students must be currently enrolled in at least 9 semester hours (please bring transcript to the registration table) and 3.  Graduate students must be enrolled in 6 semester hours (please bring transcript to the registration table).  Recruiters from the Suffolk County Police Department  and the FBI  will be in attendance, so bring your resumes!

For the "seasoned professionals" this is an opportunity to earn 4 CPE Credits at an extremely reduced cost & the chance to network not only with your colleagues, but with those who will be the future of our professions.

Our presenters include:

  • Mr. Paul Schmick is a Media Contributor, Professor & Security Executive at Alliance Security, headquartered in NY.  Mr. Schmick leads the security technology division & serves as the Chief Technology & Operations Officer, as well as directing Alliance Security's business strategy & portfolio of security technology installation & managed service offerings which includes: surveillance, access control, intrusion detection, bio-metrics & cybersecurity. Next generation cybersecurity professionals must look beyond system defenses & look at human vulnerability as the most probable threat to organizational information & communication technology systems.  Consequently, organizations are not placing enough effort on education, initial & recurrent training programs. 

 

  • Mr. Christopher Petrellese has been with the FBI for twenty years and currently is a Forensic Accountant. Mr. Petrellese has been involved investigating White Collar related crimes on Long Island and the tristate area.Mr. Petrellese will speak about the importance of the CFE designation and work- related investigations. Also, recruitment information will be provided to the audience in regard to employment with the FBI.

 

  • Retired SCPD Detective Ken Ripp previously worked in the Suffolk County Computer Crimes Unit where he spent over one year investigating cyber crime and child pornography. Prior to the computer crimes unit Ken spent 8 1/2 years in Identity Theft Unit where he investigated all misdemeanor and felony identity theft cases and other financial fraud cases.

 

 

Please plan to join us for this informative meeting.  Pricing includes a networking hour with passed hors d'ouvres, buffet dinner featuring Chicken Francais, Rice, Pasta Prima Vera, Sauteed Broccoli, Tossed Salad, rolls, soda, water, soft drinks & coffee/tea service. 

As always, proper business/casual attire is expected!

See you there!

Dottie Morelli

LI ACFE #43

Chapter President

 

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Tickets

$55.00 Chapter Member
$50.00 Earlybird rate before February 27