Fraud Schemes Targeting Higher Education

Start time:
August 21, 2024 10:00 AM PT
1 hour
Danielle Johns, Moss Adams, 303-294-7772
Cost to attend:

Join us for our webcast, Fraud Schemes Targeting Higher Education. We’ll provide an update on common fraud schemes experienced by higher education institutions based on the 2024 Association of Certified Fraud Examiner’s Report to the Nations.

We’ll review basic fraud concepts, talk about who the common perpetrators of fraud are, and discuss recent real-world examples of fraud schemes committed in higher education. Finally, we’ll discuss accepted strategies to help prevent and detect fraud.



Kinman Tong, Partner, Moss Adams

Kinman has practiced public accounting since 2003. He serves a diverse spectrum of not-for-profit organization and governmental entities, providing assurance and consulting services to educational institutions, research organizations, community health centers, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), foundations, international nongovernmental organizations, social welfare organizations, and ancillary health care providers and organizations. Kinman is well-versed in performing compliance audits of not-for-profit and for-profit entities.

Tammy Lohr, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Tammy assesses operational performance for public sector organizations including state and local government, school districts, and higher education institutions. Her engagements are informed by rigorous analysis and employee engagement to evaluate operations, which may include the efficacy of existing organizational structure and resourcing strategies, enhancing workplace culture, identification of system needs, and streamlining processes. Tammy focuses on key elements of each engagement to develop high-quality deliverables that address client needs and meet applicable professional standards. By using a collaborative approach to working with her clients, she delivers projects and reports attuned to each client’s unique operating environment with recommendations designed to optimize organizational performance.

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CPE Information

Program Level:
Accounting: 1
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Learning Objectives:
After completing this training, participants will be able to discuss how and why fraud occurs; discuss the impact of fraud on higher education; identify common fraud schemes and red flags; identify the role internal controls plays in preventing and detecting fraud.
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