Since the inception of the ACFE in 1988, female membership has grown tremendously. "When I was first hired, only eight out of 48 people in my class were women," says Nancy Rich, CFE, who has been a U.S. federal special agent for the past 25 years. "Women in my organization can now be stationed onboard ships as 'Agents Afloat' and can also be forward-deployed into war zones. The field of fraud has grown exponentially."
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Liseli Pennings, CFE, Deputy Training Director for the ACFE, and Andi McNeal, CFE, Research Director for the ACFE, talk about being leaders in the anti-fraud industry, the importance of confidence, and the value of going for what you want and believing you can get there.
The ACFE is proud to boast more than 28,000 female members from countries all over the world. The ACFE recognizes your hard work and salute your commitment to fighting fraud
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