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 El Paso Spring Seminar 2014

Chapter Training
3/27/2014 8:00 AM
3/27/2014 5:00 PM
First Light Federal Credit Union Administrative Building | Texas
​  2014 Spring Seminar

 8 Hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE)

Presented by

Lori Cox, CIA, CGAP



A.     The Internal Auditor’s Role in Governance (3 hours) TheAuditorsRoleinGovernance.pptTheAuditorsRoleinGovernance.ppt

o   Define the auditor’s role in organizational governance

o   How do you evaluate governance while navigating politics

o   How can auditors improve their capability in evaluating governance 

B.     Ten Commandments of Leadership (3 hours) TheTenCommandmentsofLeadership.pptxTheTenCommandmentsofLeadership.pptx

o   Recognize traits of great leaders

o   Identify leadership challenges

o   Identify the common leadership perceptions

o   Explain common definitions of leadership

o   Explain the Ten Commandments of Leadership 

C.    Ethics  (2 hours) EthicsandTheAuditor.pptxEthicsandTheAuditor.pptx

o   How auditors can best contribute to a strong ethical climate

o   Ethical dilemmas – What to do?

o   What is internals audit’s role in evaluating ethics?



8 Hours of CPE Credit (TSBPA Sponsor No. 009791); No prerequisites required; Includes Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks



Thursday, March 27, 2014

Registration and Breakfast:  8:00am

Lunch:  11:30am – 12:00pm

Program:  8:30am – 5:00pm

A.    8:30am – 11:30am

B.    12:00pm – 3:00pm

C.    3:00pm – 5:00pm



First Light Federal Credit Union

Administrative Building

9993 Kenworthy St

El Paso, TX  79924

​ (Click here for map)

Note: Plenty of parking is available in front of the building and the Credit Union kindly requests that the first row of the parking lot be reserved for their members.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. 



·       IIA Members:  $30 per CPE hour *

                           $220 – Full 8 hour training **               

·       Non-members:  $30 per CPE hour *

                          $220 – Full 8 hour training **

 * Registration available for individual training session(s)

* * Discounts available for groups of five or more registering for the 8 hour training ($200 per individual).

Registration Deadline:

Please register by March 21, 2014 – Payments may be made by credit card by clicking on the PayPal buttons listed below:

Full Day Training: ​​

5 or More Attendess (Full Day): 

The Internal Auditor’s Role in Governance (3 hours)

Ten Commandments of Leadership (3 hours)

Ethics  (2 hours)

If paying by cash or check, or registering at the event, please e-mail Lyz Gonzalez, Chapter Secretary or contact her at (915) 212-1374, or you may e-mail Veronica Coronado, Chapter Vice-President,  or contact her at (915) 774-8222. If paying by check, please make payable to "El Paso Area Chapter IIA”.  Invoices are available upon request. Meals and seats are reserved based on the number of RSVPs received by the deadline date. No-shows and cancellations after the RSVP date will be billed.  If you are unable to attend, you may have someone else attend in your place to avoid being billed.  If not prepaid, payment at the door is required - preferably checks.  

About the Presenter:

Lori Cox is the Director of Internal Audit for Pima Community College in Tucson, Arizona. She serves as the Chief Audit Executive and is responsible for all audit services for the College. She also consults on key issues and completes special projects as necessary.

Prior to her position with the Pima Community College, Lori served as the Director of Internal Audit for the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. Lori also served for two years as Technical Director, Standards and Guidance at the Institute of Internal Auditors. Additionally, she has held director and supervisory audit positions with the Pascua Yaqui Tribe in Tucson, Arizona, Metromedia Restaurant Group, and CVS/Pharmacy. She is currently the President of the IIA Tucson Chapter.

Lori graduated from the University of Arizona with a major in Business Administration. She earned an Executive Masters of Business Administration from Grand Canyon University and will complete her doctorate in organizational leadership in 2014. She is a Certified Internal Auditor and a Certified Government Audit Professional.