I'm a Certified Fraud Examiner and Licensed Private Investigator, and I want to help businesses and individuals understand fraud. I would love to work with you to present an educational, relevant and enlightening keynote or training program customized for your audience.
Join renowned Pink Collar Crime expert Kelly Paxton for 60 minutes of tips you can use to identify a Pink Collar Criminal. This topic is Kelly’s most widely requested due to the recent increase in women embezzlers.
Tom Brokaw has declared the 21st century as the Century of Women. The Pew Research Center just published a study showing that 40% of women are primary breadwinners. Most people won’t begin to think that with this progress comes other not-so-good statistics such as the increase in women embezzlers. In a 10-year period, women embezzlement arrests rose over 40% while male embezzlement arrests only rose 2%. Women now have access to funds and are in positions where embezzlement is generally most prevalent.
Kelly will show you what to look for in your business to make sure your most trusted employee is not a pink collar criminal.
Good people make bad choices and bad people make good choices. Using behavioral economics (think Dan Ariely and Richard Thaler), neuroscience, anecdotes and real life examples, listen to how important tone at the top is and how it can affect your employees' behaviors. This is not your regular boring ethics presentation. I won't say "it depends!"
Who is the typical embezzler? What are the red flags? Are you aware that most embezzlements are not detected by your accountant or auditor? In this presentation, audience members will come away with the cold, hard facts about embezzlement today. They will also learn about how best to protect your business from embezzlers.
Non-profits are one of the areas hardest hit by fraud. Why is this? In this up-to-date presentation, Kelly will give you the tools to ensure that fraud will be less likely to happen in your organization and provide you with resources to educate your employees on ethics and red flags of fraud.