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General Sessions​

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​General Session 1​

A Violation of Trust: How Bernie Madoff Changed a Nation — Fireside Chat

Presentation Unavailable

Richard Dreyfuss, Academy Award-winning Actor
Fraud and Ethics: Lessons Learned From the Bernie Madoff Story

Moderator:
Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Institute of Internal Auditors

​General Session 2​


​Dynamic, Disruptive Diversity: A Bold Approach to Harnessing the Power of Differences
Jade Simmons
Transformational Leader and Renowned Classical Pianist

​General Session 3​

​Performance Excellence: The Employee Factor
Dennis Snow
President of Snow & Associates, Inc.

​General Session 4​

Geopolitics and the Global Economy
Peter Zeihan
Geopolitical Strategist, Global Energy, Demographic, and Security Expert

​General Session 5​

​Leadership Panel Discussion: Challenges, Opportunities, and the Path to Success

Presentation Unavailable

Theresa Grafenstine, CIA, CGAP
Managing Director and Chief Auditor, Information Security & Continuity of Business, Citi
Former Inspector General, US House of Representatives
USA

Kiko Harvey, CRMA, CPA
Inspector General
United Nations - World Food Programme
Italy

Jenitha John, CIA, QIAL
Chief Audit Executive
FirstRand Limited
South Africa

​General Session 6​

​Reinventing Leadership for the Age of Machine Intelligence
Mike Walsh, Futurist and Global Speaker

Concurrent Sessions

Concurrent Session 1 – Monday, 8 July / 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

CS 1-1

Solving the Key Challenges of the Smaller Audit Group

Alice Mariano, CIA, CPCU, CPA
Director, Internal Audit
North Carolina Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co.
USA

CS 1-2

Auditing and Monitoring an Ethical Culture

Jamal Ahmed, CIA, CRMA
Vice President, Internal Audit
Day & Zimmermann, Inc.
USA
CS 1-3 Case-based Learning — Overcoming the Challenges of Audit Reporting in a Multinational Corporation
Lenny Block, CIA, CPA
Vice President, Internal Audit
Nasdaq
USA
CS 1-4 Case-based Learning — Auditing Cybersecurity Governance: Putting the Elephant in the Fridge
Komitas Stepanyan, PhD, CRMA, CRISC
Deputy Head, Internal Audit
Central Bank of Armenia
Armenia
CS 1-5 Responding to Payment Modernization in Internal Audit
Zachary Bonomo, CPA CA, MAcc
Partner, Internal Audit Risk Consulting
KPMG, Toronto
Canada

John Heaton, CA, CISA, CISSP
Partner
KPMG, Toronto
Canada

Joleen Young
Director, Advisory
KPMG LLP, Toronto
Canada

Patricia Wong, CPA, CA
Associate Vice President, Internal Audit
TD Bank 
Canada
CS 1-6 An Interactive Look at Emerging Leaders
Moderator:
Michael Levy, CIA, CRMA, CISA, CISSP
Director of Internal Audit
Student Transportation of America, Inc.
USA

Panelists:
Robin Brown
Risk and Compliance Manager
Google, Inc.
USA

Valentina Kostenyuk, CIA, CPA, CFE
Senior Internal Auditor
Avangrid Renewables
USA

Jingwen (Grace) Wu
Compliance Officer
Silicon Valley Bank
USA
CS 1-7 Third-party Risk Management: Driving Enterprise Value
Linda Tuck Chapman
President
Ontala
Canada
CS 1-8 Embracing the Challenges of the Future: How Will Public Sector Internal Audit Evolve in the Next Decades?
Manfred Kraff, PhD
Director-General, Internal Audit Service and Internal Auditor
European Commission, Internal Audit Service
Belgium
 

Concurrent Session 2 – Monday, 8 July / 12:45 a.m.– 1:45 p.m.

CS 2- 1 Auditing and Governance of Social Media in the World of Increasing Privacy Regulations
Tichaona Zororo, CIA, CRMA, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT
Director, Enterprise Governance of IT
South Africa

CS 2-2 Case-based Learning — How to Identify and Defeat Newly Identified Complex Embezzlement Schemes
Dan Healy, CPA
Managing Director, Internal Audit
Guggenheim Partners
USA
CS 2-3 Case-based Learning — Integrated Assurance and Risk-based Audit Planning
Rick Machold, CPA, CIA, CRMA
Chief Audit Executive
Total System Services, Inc.
USA

Lillian Scott, CIA, CRMA, CCSA
Vice President, Audit Services Group
Total System Services, Inc.
USA
CS 2-4 Social Media: Strategies to Drive Profitability and Manage Organizational Risk
Sarah Crowe
Marketing Director
Microsoft
USA

David Koppy
Senior Manager, Strategy and Transformation
Grant Thornton
USA

Chris Smith
Partner
Grant Thornton
USA
CS 2-5 Case-based Learning — Winning the Talent War: Audit Team Transformation
Stacey Schabel, CIA, CPA, Series 6
Chief Audit Executive
Jackson National Life Insurance Company
USA

Sarah Saunders
AVP, Internal Audit
Jackson National Life Insurance Company
USA
CS 2-6 Activate Your Auditing Awesomeness
Robert Berry, CIA, CPA, CISA, CCEP
Executive Director of Internal Audit, Office of Internal Auditing
University of South Alabama
USA
CS 2-7 Auditing That Matters
Norman Marks, CPA, CRMA
Chief Executive Officer
Norman Marks
USA
CS 2-8 Auditing Culture: A Tale of Two Sectors
Greg Rimmer-Hollyman, CIA, CCSA, CFSA, CGAP, CRMA, QIAL
Chief Internal Auditor
National Disability Insurance Agency
Australia

Nicola Rimmer-Hollyman CIA, CFIIA, QIAL
General Manager Audit, Wealth
ANZ Bank
Australia
 

Concurrent Session 3 – Monday, 8 July / 2:00 – 3:00 p.m.

CS 3-1 Case-based Learning — What Is the SASB and Why Should You Care? Robert Hirth
Board Member, SASB
USA

CS 3-2 Fighting Fraud: Embedding Ownership
Steve Stanbury, CIA, CFE, CRMA
Director, Internal Audit
City, University of London
UK
CS 3-3 The Governance Role for Internal Audit
Jenitha John, CIA, QIAL
Chief Audit Executive
FirstRand Limited
South Africa
CS 3-4 Case-based Learning — Leveraging Technology to Detect Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
Ian Green, CFE, CGAP
Principal Auditor
State of Oregon, Audits Division
USA

Jamie Ralls, CFE, ACDA
Audit Manager
Oregon Secretary of State Audits Division
USA
CS 3-5 Auditing at the Speed of Risk: Internal Audit in an Era of Disruption

 

Richard F. Chambers, CIA, QIAL, CGAP, CCSA, CRMA
President and Chief Executive Officer
The Institute of Internal Auditors
USA

Anton van Wyk, CIA, QIAL, CRMA
Partner, Director
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLC
South Africa
CS 3-6 What Do Others See You As… Loud or Lauded?
Shagen Ganason, CIA
Senior Internal Audit Manager
AIA Group
New Zealand
CS 3-7 Three Proven Ways to "Master the Five Tiers of Audit Competency"
Ann Butera, CRP
President
The Whole Person Project, Inc.
USA
CS 3-8 Case-based Learning — Building a Sustainable Comprehensive Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program in the Public Sector
Mark Maraccini, CPA
Partner
Crowe LLP
USA

Elizabeth Sullivan, CRMA, CCSA
Chief Risk and Audit Officer
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
USA
 

Concurrent Session 4 – Monday, 8 July / 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.

CS 4-1 Case-based Learning — Agile Internal Audit: Leading Practices From CAEs on the Journey to Becoming Agile

 

Sarah Adams
U.S. Managing Director and Global Leader, IT Internal Audit
Deloitte & Touche LLP
USA

Brandi Joplin
Senior Vice President, CAE
Walmart
USA

Jeffrey Jarczyk, CPA
Executive Vice President and Chief Auditor
Fidelity Investments

Jamie Dubray, CIA, CRMA, CPA, CISA, CISSP
Western Hemisphere Audit Manager
Schlumberger
USA

Andre Al-Dawaf
Head of Concept and Transformation
Siemens AG
Germany
CS 4-2 Social Psychology Behaviors: An Underutilized Tool for Interviews
Michael “Bret” Hood, CFE
Director
21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC
USA
CS 4-3 The Risks in Assessing Risk
Adam Turteltaub, CCEP, CHC
Vice President, Strategic Initiatives and International Programs
Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics
USA
CS 4-4 Measuring Technology Success: Connecting Risk, Governance, and Metrics
Hussain Hasan, CISSP, CGEIT, CISM, NACD Governance Fellow
Regional Leader, Risk Advisory Services (RAS); National Leader, RAS — Technology Risk Consulting
RSM US LLP
USA

Jack Burback, CISM
Deputy Chief Information Security Officer
Wintrust Financial Corporation
USA

Patricio Cadena
Director
RSM US LLP
USA
CS 4-5 Strategic Planning for Internal Audit: Building a Highly Effective Internal Audit Function
Toby DeRoche, MBA, CIA, CCSA, CRMA, CICA, CFE
Sr. Market Development Consultant
Wolters Kluwer TeamMate
USA

Joanne Sebby, CPA, CISM
SVP & General Auditor
First Data
USA
CS 4-6 Perspectives of 100 CAEs: How Forward-thinking and Contemporary Audit Executives Are Enabling Positive Change Through Internal Audit
Thomas O'Reilly
Internal Audit Practice Leader
Audit Board
USA

Yulia Gurman, CIA, CPA
Director, Internal Audit and Corporate Security
Packaging Corporation of America
USA
CS 4-7 The Strategy Implementation Gap: Early Warning Signs of IT Project Failure
Robert McKeeman, CISSP, CSQE, PMP
Research Fellow Emeritus
University of North Texas
USA

Paul Sobel, CIA, QIAL, CRMA
Vice President, Chief Risk Officer
Georgia-Pacific
USA
CS 4-8 Managing the Hot Seat in Government Auditing
Michael Fucilli, CFE, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, CGAP
Chief Audit Executive
Metropolitan Transportation Authority
USA

Concurrent Session 5 – Tuesday, 9 July / 10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m

CS 5- 1 Case-based Learning — Data Analytics for the Small Audit Department
Bradley Carroll, CIA, QIAL, CFSA, CRMA, CPA, CFF
Principal
Frazier & Deeter
USA

Joe Oringel, CIA, CPA
Managing Director
Visual Risk IQ
USA
CS 5-2 Unconscious Bias – How Good People Make Bad Decisions
Jim Pelletier, CIA, CGAP
Vice President, Professional and Stakeholder Relations
The IIA
USA
CS 5-3 Meeting the Global Challenge of Local Tax and Auditing Compliance
Fernando Cancino
Global Client Services Senior Manager
TMF Group
CS 5-4 How to Use and Improve an Audit Data Analytics Planning (DAP) Framework
Steve Mar, CFSA, CISA
Adjunct Professor
Seattle University
USA
CS 5-5 Agile Internal Audit Processes
Philipp Wilhelm, CIA, QIAL, CISA, CRMA, CFE, CEH, IIA-QA, Scrum Master
Managing Director
Schweizer Institute für Managementerneuerung GmbH
Switzerland
CS 5-6 Career Observations on the Profession: Practice, Consulting, and Research Perspectives
Larry Harrington
Retired Vice President, Internal Audit
Raytheon Corporation
USA

Patty Miller, CIA, QIAL, CRMA, CPA, CISA
Owner
PKMiller Risk Consulting, LLC
USA

Larry Rittenberg
Professor Emeritus
University of Wisconsin
USA
CS 5-7 Case-based Learning — Beginning the Journey Into Internal Auditing: Insights, Stories, and Tips for Success From Expert Practitioners From Across the World
Bruce Turner, CRMA, AM, CISA, CFE
Director and Audit Committee Chairman
Bruce Turner & Associates
Australia
CS 5-8 What Color Are You? How to Integrate IPPFR (Red Book) With Other Public Sector Standards
Mara Ash, CIA, CGFM, CGAP, CMRA
Chief Executive Officer
Business & Financial Management Solutions, LLC
USA

John Provan
IG Regional Manager
U.S. Department of Justice
USA
 

Concurrent Session 6 – Tuesday, 9 July / 12:45 – 1:45 p.m.

CS 6-1 Risk in Focus: Hot Topics for the 2020 Internal Audit Plan
Jonathan Moraes
Technical Manager
IIA–Spain
Spain

Peter Hartog, CIA
Manager, Professional Practices
IIA–Netherlands
Netherlands
CS 6-2 Case-based Learning — The Big Payoff: How Your Anti-fraud Activity Can Deliver Strategic Change, Compliance, and Significant ROI
Robert Campbell, CIA, CRMA, CFE
Chief, Office of County Investigations
County of Los Angeles
USA
CS 6-3 Effectively Designed Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption Programs
Maurice Crescenzi
Managing Director, Ethics and Compliance Practice Leader
Grant Thornton
USA

Brian Risser
Senior Compliance Manager
TE Connectivity Ltd.
USA
CS 6-4 Overview of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency: Implications for Audit, Risk, and Control
A. Michael Smith
Partner
PwC
USA

Zachary Lynde
Chief Financial Officer
Factom Inc.
USA
CS 6-5 Worldwide Data Privacy Frameworks and Directions
TaeYong Kil, CIA, CISA, OCJP
Audit Manager
Prudential Financial Inc.
South Korea

Juseop Lim
Master’s Student
University of Vancouver
Canada

David Dong-Ki Lee, CIA, CPA, CISA
Director
EY Han Young
South Korea
CS 6-6 How to Become a More Mindful and Emotionally Intelligent Leader
Jason Mefford
Rock Star - Internal Audit, Risk, Compliance
Rock N Roll Risk Management
CS 6-7 Strategically Setting Up Internal Audit to Add Value: Sawyer's 7th Edition
Dan Clayton
Strategy Director, System Audit Office
University of Texas System
USA

Paul Sobel, CIA, QIAL, CRMA
Vice President and Chief Risk Officer
Georgia-Pacific
USA
CS 6-8 Case-based Learning — Swimming Outside the Flags: How Probity Can Be a Lifesaver to Public Sector Procurement
Stephen Linden, CPA, MAICD, PFIIA
Director
Assurance Advisory Group
Western Australia

 

Concurrent Session 7 – Tuesday, 9 July / 2:15 – 3:15 p.m.

CS 7-1 Deploying Digital Labor in Internal Auditing by Introducing and Utilizing Robotics Process Automation
Justin Pawlowski, CIA, CCSA, CRMA, CMA
Head, Internal Audit
ALSO Holding AG
Germany
CS 7-2 You Completed a Fraud Risk Assessment: Now What Do You Do?
Carol Morgan, CIA, CPA, CFE, CISA, CCEP
Retired Vice President, Audit and Risk Management Services
World Vision
USA
CS 7-3 Keep It Under Control: Money Laundering Risk
Mónica Ramírez Chimal
Partner
Asserto RSC
Mexico
CS 7-4 Case-based Learning — Digital Disruption: Positive and Negative Impact on Internal Auditing
Helen Anijalg, CIA, CCSA, CGAP
Chief Executive Officer
Auditoorium
Estonia
CS 7-5 The Digitally Disruptive Internal Auditor: Future Proofing Your Internal Audit Function
Sergiu Cernautan, CPA, CISA
Senior Director, Product Strategy
Galvanize
Canada

Jonathan Lin
Senior Financial Compliance Analyst, Data Analytics
Encana Corporation
Canada
CS 7-6 Can Internal Audit Be a Trusted Advisor While Providing Objective Assurance?
Esi Akinosho, FCA
Principal, Advisory Services
EY
USA

Bala Iyer
Audit Committee Chair
Skyworks Solutions
USA

Rose-Karen Swanson
Vice President, Internal Audit
Ingram Micro
USA

Andrew Tinseth, CRMA, CPA, CISM
Associate Senior Vice President, Audit Services
University of Southern California
USA

CS 7-7 Agile or Extinct: Using Your Quality Assurance and Improvement Program to Embrace Disruption
Sally-Anne Pitt, CIA, CGAP
Managing Partner
Pitt Group
Australia
CS 7-8 In Conversation With... 2019 Pulse of the Profession: Focusing on the Public Sector
Dr. Peter Hughes, Ph. D.
Assistant Auditor-Controller
Los Angeles County
USA

Tonia Lediju, Ph.D.
Chief Audit Executive
City and County of San Francisco, Controller's Office
USA

John Wszelaki
Director, Public Sector Audit Center
The Institute of Internal Auditors
USA

Benito Ybarra, CIA, CISA, CFE, CCEP
Chief Audit and Compliance Officer
Texas Department of Transportation
USA

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