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 Governance & Ethics and Call to Action (2 CPE)

Speaker Presentation
5/9/2013 11:30 AM
5/9/2013 2:00 PM
Cattleman's Steakhouse |  
Governance and Ethics (Alan Tye)
  • Key elements of Governance Process
  • Ethics - the Heart of Governance
  • Audit's Role

Call to Action (Carol Johnson, Ph.D.)

  • This session will discuss the Giving Voice to Values (GVV) movement
  • GVV is involved with helping individuals in situations where they want to act according to their highest values; but they are fearful because of political or cultural pressures
  • Deals with the factors that enable or disable our abiltiy to speak up
  • Helps with scripting appropriate responses and playuing to our strengths
Alan Tye retired from ExxonMobil Corporation after serving as an Audit and Financial Executive in Europe, Africa, Australia, and the Far East.  His career of 38 years with Exxon included 21 years living abroad serving in various audit and controller capacities for the company.   In addition to over 20 years experience in operations, contract, joint venture, and computer auditing, he held executive accounting positions in Exxon’s U.S. Chemicals operations and Esso Africa.  He facilitated training courses and presentation on internal control and ethics as well as internal auditing and his business travel spanned more than 50 countries. 
Alan is a native of Stillwater, Oklahoma and earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Accounting from Oklahoma State University.  He is a member of the Oklahoma Society of CPAs and the IIA where he serves as an IIA Course Instructor and also participated in the Quality Assurance Review program.    He is active in a number of community organizations, is a board member of various non-profits and Political Action Committees, and served the City of Lakeway, Texas as Mayor Pro Tem and currently is a three term City Council Member.  Alan and his wife Paula, who is also an instructor for The IIA, are members of Austin Christian Fellowship, where both are Stephan Ministers and serve as a member of the Board of Directors.
Carol Johnson is the Associate Dean for Strategic Management and Measurement in the Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University.  In this position, she is responsible for assessment and accreditation activities, as well as strategic planning.  She has taught and conducted research in forensic accounting, ethics, financial reporting, and accounting information systems.  Prior to her academic career, she worked for 13 years in the insurance industry in a variety of capacities.  Carol received her Ph.D. from Arizona State University, and has a B.S. and M.S. in accounting from Illinois State University. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and passed the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam.  She is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (both the national organization and the Oklahoma City Chapter) and the American Accounting Association.  She is a recipient of the OSU Regents Distinguished Teaching award, the Greiner Graduate Teaching Award, and the Mortar Board Golden Torch teaching award.
  • Charbroiled steak Buffet
  • Charbroiled chicken breast buffet
  • Tossed green salad with Cattlemen's famous house dressing
  • served with homemade croutons and crackers
  • Fresh fruit salad
  • Baked Idaho potato served with butter and sour cream
  • Rice pilaf
  • Medley of Fresh steamed vegetables
  • Country style green beans
  • Homemade yeast rolls
  • Assorted cream pies
  • Freshly brewed coffee and iced tea
If you need to cancel your registration, please contact Krista Collier (405-415-2121 or e-mail) by the advertised deadline.  Due to commitments to the event facility and/or speaker, "no shows" and late cancellations  will be billed in accordance with the IIAOKC "Luncheon No Show" policy.
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