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Maryland Chapter 21 of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

MD Chapter of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Welcome to AFCE MD Chapter 21

ACFE Maryland Chapter #21 is the primary nonprofit resource for fraud awareness training in our state. Members in our area share an interest in the detection and deterrence of fraud. In Maryland the Chapter acts as the local representative of the ACFE, the the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Find out more about the ACFE and certified fraud examiners at their website.

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ELECTION RESULTS

The following individuals were elected to a 2-year term beginning in July: Bruce W. Hall, Robert Hauf, Stacy Lewis, and Laura Tucholski for the Board of Directors; Stephen J. Lesniewsi, Jr. for Vice President; and Dan Semick for Secretary. Also the Board, having authority under the bylaws to fill a vacancy, elected Todd Sheffer to fill the remaining year on the Board created by Steve’s vacancy as a Director. All are CFEs.

The Board has staggered terms.  An election will be held next year for other officer and board positions See our Board of Directors page for a  list of all current participants

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NEXT BREAKFAST MEETING

July Breakfast?

The status of our July meeting will depend on measures in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Please return to this site for information as it develops. Stay Well.

All 2020 breakfast meetings at Martin's West begin with breakfast at 7:30 AM, followed by a speaker at 8 AM.

Maryland FRAUD CONFERENCE SCHEDULED FOR September 14 & 15. Details WILL FOLLOW at the fraud conference page of this website.

Upcoming events

 

FBI Career Opportunity - Baltimore

Position:Forensic Accountant, GS 11/12
Location:Baltimore, MD
Salary:GS 11 - $72,030-$93,638 / GS 12 - $86,335-$112,240
Preferred Certifications:CPA and/or CFE
Number of Positions Available:2
Duration:Full Time / Permanent

See FBI - Forensic Accountant Positions 2.pdf


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