September 19, 2019
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
The Madison Club
Program Title: Anatomy of Fraud
Speaker: Special Agent Jennifer Walkowski
Description: Learn about fraud, it’s characteristics and life cycle from an FBI special agent who was assigned to a $34M investigation right here in Wisconsin.
- Identify fraud characteristics
- Find ways to spot fraud in your own organization
- Find ways to prevent fraud in your own organization
Bio: Special Agent Jennifer Walkowski entered on duty with the FBI in 2003. She has been assigned to work White Collar Crime investigations for the Milwaukee Field Office since December 2009. Prior to that, SA Walkowski was assigned to work both Violent Crime and White Collar Crime in the FBI’s Baltimore Field Office.
SA Walkowski, who was an accountant before joining the FBI, has worked all manner of White Collar Crime investigations, including health care fraud, civil rights violations, public corruption, mortgage and bank fraud, but has spent most of her career working complex financial crime investigations. Since returning to her home state of Wisconsin, SA Walkowski has worked a number of high profile cases. She was the agent assigned to the 2011 investigation regarding the embezzlement of $34M from Milwaukee stereo headphone manufacturer Koss Corporation, by their VP of Finance, Sue Sachdeva. SA Walkowski also worked on the 2014 investigation of Miron Construction Company, and is currently assigned to other open matters which have received recent public exposure.
This is a group-live program at the overview level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required.
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