University of Bridgeport
Steve was given the opportunity to speak at the University of Bridgeport Waterbury Campus, where he addressed a class of future school administrators. The course is called Intermediate Administration and Supervision, commonly referred to as an “O92″ course. On July 8, 2014 Steve presented “Financial Fraud: Increasing Your Awareness Could Keep You, Your School and Your Town Out of the Media.” The purpose of Steve’s presentation was to bring a greater financial awareness to educators before they become administrators to increase proactive measures within school districts.
25th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference
Steve was selected to speak for the fourth year in a row at the Annual Association of Certified Fraud Examiners Global Fraud Conference. This year marked the 25th anniversary of the organization and the qualification “CFE”. The conference was held in San Antonio, Texas at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center and hosted approximately 3,000 attendees. Steve’s presentation addressed “Embezzlement within Municipalities: Far Reaching Impact on Taxpayers.”
CTCPA Educational Trust Fund Award Winner 2014
Steve attended the New CPA and High School Scholarship award ceremony on Tuesday, June 3rd. He presented as the Chair of the CTCPA ETF and also awarded the annual scholarship to an outstanding student with an interest in forensic accounting. This year’s recipient was Daniel Purslow, a student at Cheshire High School.
2014 CTCPA Community College Scholarship Luncheon
As of Monday, May 12th at the CTCPA Essential Event, Steve became the Chair of the CTCPA Education Trust Fund for the 2014 – 2015 year.
On Friday, May 9th Steve spoke with Community College Scholarship recipients and guests at a luncheon hosted at the CTCPA in Rocky Hill.
As the Chair Steve will work with a committee to raise and distribute scholarship funds to high school and college students within Connecticut.
CTCPA Walk Like MADD
Forensic Accounting Services sponsored Heather and Justine in the CTCPA Walk Like MADD event on Saturday, May 3rd in West Hartford, CT. The event raises money for Mothers Against Drunk Driving, an organization that supports the families of victims and works to strengthen DUI laws. Heather and Justine walked with fellow members of the New & Young Professionals (NYP) group within the CTCPA on the 1.7 mile loop through West Hartford shops and neighborhoods. Together Team CTCPA raised over $2,200, part of over $47,000 raised by all participants at the event! Great job!