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Speakers: Joy Ellington, FDIC Community Affairs - Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection; Thomas E. Stokes III, FDIC Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection; Mitra Bathai, FDIC Investigations Specialist
Topic: FDIC - Consumer Confiden

GACFE SEPTEMBER MEETING:                    

Date: Friday, September 6, 2013 
Time: 11:20 AM to 1:00 PM 
Registration Starting Time: 11:00 AM
Buffet Lunch Available: 11:20 AM
Speaker Presentations: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Location: Ansley Golf Club, 196 Montgomery Ferry Drive, Atlanta, GA 30309


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All refunds are accepted until Wednesday the week of the meeting.

Join us September 6th for a presentation from Joy Ellington, Thomas E. Stokes III, and Mitra Bathai from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). The FDIC is known for insuring bank deposits within membered financial institutions. They will discuss and answer questions about the FDIC, their functions of maintaining stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system and combating fraud.

Joy joined the FDIC in 2008 and currently she serves as a Community Affairs Student Intern in the Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection (DCP). She has a B.S. in Applied Management, MBA in Economic Crime and Fraud Management and a DBA candidate. She joined DCP’s Community Affairs Program to support the mission of promoting stability and public confidence in the nation’s financial system. Her responsibilities with the FDIC include identifying mortgage fraud, bank fraud, and insider abuse. She has also been acknowledged as one of the 63 Women of Distinction Awards Recipients from California State Assemblyman Bill Emmerson.

Thomas is the 2nd Community Affairs Officer (CAO) for the Atlanta Region of FDIC since 1990 when the corporation established the position, then became CAO in 2004. He reports to and makes recommendations directly to the Chief of Community Affairs, develops and maintains effective relationships with all elements of community development and examination support for the region. The Atlanta region is responsible for the states of West Virginia, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama.  

Mitra joined FDIC in 2010 as an Investigations Specialist.  She has many years of business experience in the areas of telecommunications and accounting. She has an undergraduate degree of Business Administration majoring in Information Systems from Georgia State University and a Master’s Degree of Accounting from Kennesaw State University.  She has been a forensic accountant since 2006, CPA and CFE since 2008. She has previously worked for BellSouth Telecommunications and Grant Thornton, LLP.  Mitra’s current position involves investigating, analyzing, and documenting fraud in banks.

Click here to register for luncheon!!!  

All refunds are accepted until Wednesday the week of the meeting.


NOTE:  In order for the Ansley Golf Club to plan for adequate seating and food, it is important for us to be able to provide a lunch count to them by Tuesday afternoon before our Friday meetings, so please be sure to register by 1:00 pm September 3, 2013.  Even if you are a gold or platinum member, we ask you to please register for the meetings.  A late registration fee will be added for registrations after 1:00 pm September 3, 2013. 




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