FEI Milwaukee: Women in Finance - An Examination of Fraud with Kelly Richmond Pope

Forensic accountant Kelly Richmond Pope is the director of the award-winning documentary film, All The Queen's Horses, which examines how Rita Crundwell, the former comptroller of Dixon, IL, stole $53 million across 20 years.

This session will feature an abbreviated screening of the film as well as close examination of actual financial documents from Crundwell's office, and discussion on how the fraud was executed.

2:00 to 2:15 PM: Registration
2:15 to 5:00 PM: Film Screening and Presentation
5:00 to 6:00 PM: Networking  

  • Retired Members, Sponsors, and Non-Members - $35
  • Student Guests - $20
  • FEI Milwaukee Members - Free

Location & Parking
  • Street Parking is available
  • Structure 1, located at 749 N. 16th Street
    • Visitor parking is welcome in Structure 1. When entering a structure, please pull a ticket. When ready to leave, please pay for parking at the pay-on-foot station in the structure lobby or in the exit lane. The only payment method accepted is a credit card. Cash is not accepted. Cost for structure parking is $10.

Walking Instructions from Structure 1
Turn left at the 1st Cross street onto W Wisconsin Ave
Turn left at the 1st cross street onto N 16th St
Turn right onto W Wells St
Turn right to Arrive at Alumni Memorial Union
The presentation will be located in the Monaghan Ballroom CD- 3rd Floor of the Marquette Alumni Memorial Union, 1442 W Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee.

Attendee List
Click here to access a current attendee list (as of 3.14.19).

* Qualifies for CPE credit. In order to receive credit, you must be in attendance and sign in and out of the session. The CPE Sign In sheet will be located at the registration desk for the duration of the event.


Kelly Richmond Pope

Education Innovator & Forensic Accounting Expert
DePaul University - Chicago


2.50 CPE




Behavioral Ethics, Non-technical



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