Welcome
a
San Jose Chapterp
San Jose Chapter
InaugurationInauguration 
Chandra Papneja
First Thing First
Thank You eBay!Thank You eBay!
Welcome
h i l i• To the inaugural meeting
• Story of Chapter formation
• People who assisted
Mission of Local Chapters
• Promote Member Interaction
• Maintain a Membership Directory
• Provide speakers for community
...
Chapter’s Achievements  
• Held initial chapter formation meeting p g
– At BPM on November 17, 2008
• Filed petition with ...
Chapter’s Achievements – Cont.
• Received tax exemption status form State ofReceived tax exemption status form State of 
C...
Responsibilities of
Local ChaptersLocal Chapters
Chapter Meetings
• Minimum of 4 meetings per year, up to 12 
meetings per yearmeetings per year
• Chapter trainings
Training
• Periodic Meetingse od c eet gs
– Speaker presents a topic to the attendees.
• Training DaysTraining Days
– Full...
Community Service
• Public Education
– Provide fraud awareness education to the publicProvide fraud awareness education to...
Officer Elections and Annual Meeting
• All members CFEs in good standing are eligible to g g g
vote.
• Officers elected fo...
Upcoming Chapter Meetings
• Monthly lunch & learn 
E 3rd Th d f th th t ti S t– Every 3rd Thursday of the months starting ...
Sign Up Sheets
S k i h bj• Speaker with subject
• Volunteers
Q & AQ & A
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Chapter inauguration

  1. 1. Welcome a San Jose Chapterp
  2. 2. San Jose Chapter InaugurationInauguration  Chandra Papneja
  3. 3. First Thing First Thank You eBay!Thank You eBay!
  4. 4. Welcome h i l i• To the inaugural meeting • Story of Chapter formation • People who assisted
  5. 5. Mission of Local Chapters • Promote Member Interaction • Maintain a Membership Directory • Provide speakers for community • Contribute to the Common Body of Knowledgey g
  6. 6. Chapter’s Achievements   • Held initial chapter formation meeting p g – At BPM on November 17, 2008 • Filed petition with ACFE – Nov 25, 08p , • Received approval to form the San Jose Chapter  on December 17, 2008 , • Appointed Board of Directors, Officers and  Committee Chairs • Received Incorporation certification for the San  Jose Chapter on Feb 2, 2009p ,
  7. 7. Chapter’s Achievements – Cont. • Received tax exemption status form State ofReceived tax exemption status form State of  California on July 6, 2009 • Obtained Employer Identification number on  March 26, 2009 • Filed for federal tax exemption status   • Opened bank Account • Chapter inaugural meetingChapter inaugural meeting
  8. 8. Responsibilities of Local ChaptersLocal Chapters
  9. 9. Chapter Meetings • Minimum of 4 meetings per year, up to 12  meetings per yearmeetings per year • Chapter trainings
  10. 10. Training • Periodic Meetingse od c eet gs – Speaker presents a topic to the attendees. • Training DaysTraining Days – Full day trainings for the basic areas of fraud covered  in the Common Body of Knowledge. • Chapter Video Library – Full set of ACFE training tapes.g p • ACFE/Chapter Co‐Sponsored Training Seminars – Multi‐day trainings for 50+ peopleMulti day trainings for 50+ people.
  11. 11. Community Service • Public Education – Provide fraud awareness education to the publicProvide fraud awareness education to the public  through speaking to various groups. • Higher Educationg – Become involved with universities in the community  and encourage students interested in the field. • Liaison with Other Professional Organizations – Provide fraud training for other organizations. • Liaison with Law Enforcement – Provide assistance and training for local white‐collar  crime investigators and prosecutorscrime investigators and prosecutors. – Build these networking connections for questions  about venue and possible prosecution of findings.
  12. 12. Officer Elections and Annual Meeting • All members CFEs in good standing are eligible to g g g vote. • Officers elected for 2 year terms by a plurality of  votes of responding members. • There will be an annual meeting to announce  results of the elections of officers and directors, , and to transact any other business deemed  appropriate by the Board of Directors. 
  13. 13. Upcoming Chapter Meetings • Monthly lunch & learn  E 3rd Th d f th th t ti S t– Every 3rd Thursday of the months starting Sept – Facility volunteers  $ $– Fees $30 for member and $35 for non‐members – Subject and material to be approved by the ACFE  f CPE dit f d i t d tifi tifor CPE credit for your designated certification
  14. 14. Sign Up Sheets S k i h bj• Speaker with subject • Volunteers
  15. 15. Q & AQ & A

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