Find out where their Executive Forensic Accounting Degrees have taken SOAEP Alumni Austin Tellam, CIA, CFE, CCEP and Roberto Valdez, CISM, CISA, CPA when they join us on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at 11:30am EST for an interesting discussion.  You will hear about steps to success that you can take during your graduate program, advice for achieving your career goals, and possibly even opportunities after graduation.  Information on joining us for this event (in person and online) is at the bottom of this post.

Mr. Tellam graduated from the Forensic Accounting Program in 2011 and is currently the Senior Manager at EisnerAmper.  He has nearly 15 years of experience leading and managing complex international investigations throughout the U.S. and Latin America.  Austin will be also be bringing with him a desire to search out and possibly hire Forensic Accountants from this program.  SOAEP Students and Alumni should come fully prepared to ask questions about the field of forensic accounting and network with a potential future employer.

Mr. Valdez graduated from the Forensic Accounting Program in 2014 and is currently Manager of Risk Advisory Services for Kaufman Rossin in Boca Raton.  Rob specializes in the Information Technology aspect of forensic accounting where he works with clients to identify, manage and combat cybersecurity threats such as phishing attacks, ransomware and data breaches while meeting compliance requirements.  Mr. Valdez is also a respected member of the School of Accounting Executive Programs Faculty and serves as the practitioner Instructor in the Writing for Forensic Accounting courses.

You’re not going to want to miss this event!  We promise.  Especially if you are graduating soon or if you’re an alumni.  This is an opportunity to network with forensic accountants who are already in the profession.  To save a seat and take part in this discussion (lunch provided), please RSVP using the form below.

How To Attend:

If you cannot make it here to the building to see this event in person, the discussion will be broadcast live via WebEx and a link will be made available in your Canvas courses (and via email for alumni) on April 6, 2019 at 11:30am EST.

Those that wish to join us in person here at the HEC Building are invited to:

111 East Las Olas Boulevard
Suite 1008L (Tenth Floor)
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301


Students may park in the ground level parking lot on SE 1st Avenue that you normally use.

Alumni must pay for parking in the city-owned parking lot just north of the FAU parking lot. 

If you need assistance finding the building or with finding parking, please contact the SOAEP Help Desk with questions about this event.

If you plan to attend in person, please RSVP here to save a seat.  Thank you.

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