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Mount St. Mary’s University Announces Forensic Accounting Program Advisory Board

Communications Staff

Mount St. Mary’s University is pleased to announce the creation of the Forensic Accounting Program Advisory Board in conjunction with the recently launched undergraduate major and graduate certificate programs in forensic accounting.

forensic-accounting-copy.jpgThe advisory board, comprised of Mount alumni and others with experience in forensic accounting or related fields, will provide guidance and recommendations on improving the programs; give hands-on advice to current and former students to improve their learning and career experiences; identify internships and permanent job opportunities for students and graduates; serve as guest lecturer in the classroom to provide “real life” teaching and experiences to the students; promote and participate in the planned annual Forensic Accounting Summit on campus; and participate in the University’s Center for the Advancement of Forensic Accounting Education (CAFAE).

The founding members of the board include

  • Thomas J. Harrington, C’78, managing director and chief information security officer, Citigroup (formally served as associate deputy director for the FBI)
  • Tamika Langley Tremaglio, C’92), Greater Washington Office managing principal, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
  • Joseph Vince, director, Criminal Justice Program, Mount St. Mary’s University and former ATF special agent
  • Michael Bret Hood, president, 21st Century Learning and former supervisory special agent, FBI
  • Mike Sherrod, senior director, anti-fraud and investigations, Corporate Security Services, Capital One (formally a senior manager for Ernst & Young in their Fraud Investigation and Dispute Services’ practice.
  • Charles Lundelius, Jr., managing director, Berkeley Research Group Capital Markets Group
  • Joseph Bartling, managing director, Bartling Forensic & Advisory (formally a managing director with KPMG Forensic Technology Services Group and FTI Consulting)
  • Leslie Kirsch, director, WithumSmith + Brown (formally a senior auditor and certified adjunct faculty with the U.S. Government Accountability Office
  • Tonya Martin, special agent, IRS Criminal Investigations.

“I am so pleased to be working with such a distinguished and accomplished group of professionals in the field, and I look forward to their contributions to the forensic accounting program at the Mount,” said Professor Lawrence Hoffman, director of the forensic accounting program. “They will be an integral part of the University preparing highly qualified professionals in this field furthering the University’s and Bolt School of Business’s mission.” 

Communications Staff