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 Lunch with Cynthia Cooper

Speaker Presentation
4/2/2013 11:30 AM
4/2/2013 1:30 PM
Cedar Rapids Marriott, Cedar Rapids Iowa |

Topic:                    Ethical Leadership for the 21st Century
When:                 Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

Where:                Cedar Rapids Marriott Hotel
                             1200 Collins Road NE
                             Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Cost:                   $35 for members and non-members
                             (Check payable to Heartland Chapter IIA)
Books:                Hard cover copies of Cynthia Cooper’s book “Extraordinary
          Circumstances” will be available for purchase at the meeting
          for just $12.  If you plan to purchase a book please indicate this on your
            reservation so we know how many to order.
Program:            Ms. Cooper will tell the story of how she and her team discovered and reported the Worldcom fraud.  This program will include details tailored to the auditors in our audience.
Meeting Schedule:
                 Registration:                            11:00 – 11:30AM
Lunch:                                      11:30 – 12:15PM
                  Program/Presentation:           12:15 – 1:15PM
        Book Signing:                          1:15 – 1:45PM
Menu:              Italian Buffet – No Selection Required - - Caesar Salad, Vegetarian Lasagna, Chicken Parmesan/Penne Pasta, Garlic French Bread, Assorted Cannoli’s, Tiramisu
                 (If anyone has a special dietary need, accommodations can be made on an individual basis)
Reservations are due by end of business Wednesday, March 27th, 2013.
Please send reservations to Julie Hupp at



About our Speaker


Ms. Cooper is CEO of The CooperGroup, LLC, a management consulting firm that provides services in the areas of internal audit, ethics and compliance, fraud prevention and detection, board consultation and education and enterprise risk management.  


While the Chief Audit Executive at Worldcom she and her team unraveled the largest corporate fraud in history in 2002.  Ms. Cooper was named one of Time Magazine’s Persons of the Year for her role in uncovering the WorldCom fraud. Ms. Cooper has worked in public accounting in Atlanta, Georgia, for Deloitte & Touche and PricewaterhouseCoopers.  She holds a number of professional designations including Certified Public Accountant in Georgia, Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Information Systems Auditor.
See her complete bio at