Vote Today for the Next Three ACFE Board of Regents


Mandy Moody
ACFE Social Media Specialist

One of the most prestigious ways for CFEs to share their expertise and knowledge is by serving on the ACFE Board of Regents, an elected body of fraud-fighters responsible for setting membership standards that promote professionalism and ensure the future of the organization. This year, as highlighted in today’s and tomorrow’s blogs, we have nine worthy candidates running for three open places on the 2012-2013 Board. Take some time and read through each person’s qualifications and vote here by Dec. 31, 2011.

Kimberly Baker Green, CFE, CISSP, J.P. Morgan Asset Management - Retirement Plan Services

Green has been at the forefront of identifying red flags, collection and scrutiny of control evidence and recommending both internal and third-party technology controls for fraud prevention. Green said she would provide new, collaborative input within the framework of her online-account fraud prevention expertise to strengthen the ACFE Board of Regents’ already high-quality standards and add value to the educational activity offerings for all members.

Michelle Brown, CFE, Verizon Business

Brown, a pioneer in her field, has dedicated her career to working in the call-center industry. She has delivered a comprehensive suite of services to more than 60 global call-center clients and has received accolades from several Fortune 500 companies for her investigations and fraud controls. In one assignment, in which no fraud prevention team existed, she established, prepared and led an internal team of investigators in the discovery of a single fraud scheme with losses of more than $2 million.

Roger Darvall-Stevens, MBA, CFE, Ernst & Young, Fraud Investigation & Disputes Services

Darvall-Stevens has more than 25 years of anti-fraud and investigation forensics experience with Ernst & Young and in vehicle manufacturing insurance, and in law enforcement as a former policeman and detective. As a Certified Fraud Examiner since 2004, he said he wants to represent ACFE and its members, including those in the Asia-Pacific region, as part of the association’s sustained global efforts as the world’s largest anti-fraud organization.

Jay Dawdy, CFE, CMA, Gryphon Investigations

Dawdy has more than 20 years of finance, accounting and investigative experience, concentrating internationally on complex financial investigations, litigation support, due diligence and fraud investigation cases. Previously, he was an instructor in investigating financial statement fraud at Baruch College. Earlier in his career, Dawdy gained valuable experience in the corporate accounting and investment banking fields working for IBM, JPMorgan and Lehman Brothers. He received the 2011 ACFE Outstanding Achievement in Community Service Award.

Stay tuned for tomorrow's blog to read about the remaining five candidates. Find more information, read complete bios and vote here.