When planning an event, finding great speakers for a conference, seminar or meeting is often difficult. Word of mouth is a popular way to locate speakers who have presented to, and were well received by, other organizations. Some successful speakers even have “raving fans” who “promote” them to organizations seeking speakers, a goal every speaker should seek to accomplish.
Since 1999, Stephen has spoken to a wide variety of groups on nearly 200 occasions. From national conferences and conventions to local membership meetings, Stephen has strived to deliver a captivating and educational session, and prides himself on never having delivered the same presentation twice. Stephen also teaches as an adjunct professor of forensic accounting within the Masters of Science in Accounting (MSA) Program at the University of Connecticut, within the Continuing Educational Program at Manchester Community College, and is a frequent guest lecturer on college campuses.
Stephen’s approach is unique. Each of Stephen’s presentation has been tailored to the specific organization, theme and topic to be covered, as well as the anticipated audience size and composition. The hand-out material provided allowed attendees to memorialize the issues he presented.
Stephen also draws upon his twenty-plus years of experience in the fields of fraud and forensic accounting to illustrate key points with actual, real world examples and cases.
Organizations seek Stephen to present most frequently on topics including:
- Fraud and financial crimes
- Employee theft and embezzlement
- Preventing and detecting employee embezzlement
- Designing, implementing and monitoring sound and practical internal controls
- Forensic Accounting
- How to minimize your risk of becoming a victim of a financial crime
- Expectations (and shortcomings) of fiduciary duties and responsibilities
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