Fraudish, formerly Great Women in Fraud, is a podcast to help those working in fraud. Hosted by Kelly Paxton, Certified Fraud Examiner, Private Investigator, and Pink Collar Crime Expert. Kelly is a former special agent turned investigator specializing in embezzlement and workplace dishonesty cases. Fraudish interviews outstanding fraud professionals so you can continue to move forward in your career. Origin stories, tips, resources are just some of the amazing fraud content you will hear each Tuesday.
From Law Enforcement to Fraud Fighter- Episode 130, Austin Harris, CFE, CFCI
On this week's episode of Fraudish, Kelly speaks with Austin Harris, CFE and CFCI, who got into the fraud world by accident. Austin, like Kelly, started his career in law enforcement and stumbled into the world of financial crimes and fraud. Austin is passionate about preventing fraud and helping the victims of fraud.
Connect with Austin on Linkedin
Bad Fraud Advice Newsletter
Inequality in Embezzlement
David Weber Behavioral Accotant
Science Proves Kelly Right Episode
Criminologist on the real impact of financial crimes, Ep. 129 with Dr. Emily Homer
Dr. Emily Homer, ACFE, returns to Fraudish for an update on her career, projects with the ACFE and so much more related to fraud and criminology. Listen to the full episode for some valuable points on legal treatment of white collar criminals, the real impact of financial crime, and how we use pop culture to teach fraud.
Dr. Homer is a graduate of the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Louisville. She is currently a Research Specialist with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Her academic research focuses on theoretical explanations of financial crime with an eye toward prevention and detection. She hopes to help bridge the gap between scholars and practitioners and create financial crime work that will benefit both groups. Her publications have appeared in the Journal of White-Collar and Corporate Crime, Journal of Financial Crime, and Criminal Justice Policy Review, among others.
Dr. Emily Homer Linkedin
Everyone Deserves a Defense, Episode 128 with Kathy Enstrom, Director of Investigations-Moore Tax Law Group
This week on Fraudish we hear from Kathy Enstron, Director of Investigations-Moore Tax Law Group, on her different career moves in the fraud space. Kathy had a 26 year career as a federal law enforcement officer for IRS-CI. Take a listen to her amazing career and pivot to the defense side. She was the first woman to lead the Chicago IRS CI. Now she has retired from the government and is working with the defense. But as you know everyone deserves a defense and who better to represent you when it comes to tax cases especially.
Moore Tax Law Group
Kathy at Moore
Chicago attorney sentenced to federal prison on false statement and tax offenses in connection with funds received from failed bank | Internal Revenue Service
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Undercover Human Trafficking Detective Heidi Chance, Episode 127
An incredibly important and relevant discussion regarding sex/human trafficking from an expert in sex trafficking. A 25 year career at the Phoenix Police Department. Heidi now provides actionable, relevant training for many industries and professionals.
Heidi Chance on Linkedin
Sex Trafficking in America
Human Trafficking Conference
Sex Trafficking Awareness with Heidi Chance of A Chance For Awareness
Diana Ngo on business intelligence for when things go wrong, Episode 126
This week on Fraudish Kelly chats with Diana Ngo on all things business intelligence, deal intelligence for mergers and acquisitions, and how intelligence is essential for when things in business and deal making goes wrong. We also chat about why Diana is happy she didn't become a lawyer and how cultural differences impact investigations. Enjoy the episode!
Diana on Linkedin
Diana on Twitter
Robert Gardner on how to find and use public records in investigations, Episode 125
This week on Fraudish we hear from Rob Gardner of Robert Gardner and Associates who specialize in public records and helping Forensic Accountants and Consultants find where the paper trail ends. Listen to this episode to learn more about how to find and utilize public records in investigations. Rob is here to help us be better fraud professionals!
I love this podcast!
All of the guests are in the Fraud World in all types of ways! I’ve loved listening to their stories and what they do in their fraud careers! I’ve connected with many of the guests on Kelly’s show as a result of listening to this Podcast.
I’ve listened to all of the episodes and am now re-listening to them all again. Kelly is so relatable and I’ve learned so much from her show!
Interesting! Great stories and interviewing Kelly! I always learn something new. Thank you
I stumbled upon this podcast after I realized I wanted to become more involved in fraud as a career. I really enjoy listening to Kelly and all of her experienced guests! I look forward to hearing stories, tips and advice for a future in fraud fighting!