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. Great Women in Fraud 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. Be sure to check out www.greatwomeninfraud.com for even more information.
Jen Rodriguez - Forensic Accountant
Jen was an integral part of the Lizzie Mulder case out of Orange County. You may remember Mulder from American Greed and Pink Collar Crimes with Marcia Clark. Jen’s career changed when she worked with the detective working this #pinkcollarcrime case. Listen to how she pivoted to fraud and forensics investigations and the silver lining that came out of her interactions with a serial fraudster.Jen has more than 20 years of professional experience in accounting, operations, and data management, returned to school to pursue a profession in Forensic Accounting and Digital/Data Analytics. Graduated with nearly a perfect GPA (3.91), from Florida Atlantic University with a Master's of Forensic Accounting/Digital Forensics and Data Analytics.
Alison Taylor, Ethical Systems
Alison works on challenges at the intersection of corporate integrity, risk and responsibility. She is the Executive Director of Ethical Systems, which is part of NYU Stern School of Business and is a collaboration between leading academics working on behavioral science, systems thinking and organizational psychology. Alison is currently writing a book for HBR Press on how the landscape for business ethics is transforming.
She has advised hundreds of large multinational companies on strategy, sustainability, political and social risk, culture and behavior, human rights, ethics and compliance, stakeholder engagement, ESG, and anti-corruption. I regularly speak and write on all aspects of business responsibility and ethics. I’ve written articles in Harvard Business Review, WSJ, Quartz, Reuters, Barron's,, and Forbes, and am quoted in New York Times, Financial Times, Time, Axios, Bloomberg, NBC News, Strategy + Business, Foreign Policy, Fortune, Voice of America, and Politico. I guest lecture for sustainability, business, public policy, political science and law graduate students all over the place.
Lots more on Twitter @https://twitter.com/FollowAlisonT (FollowAlisonT)
Episode 83 Missy Coyne
Missy Coyne, NICB Regional Learning and Development Facilitator at National Insurance Crime Bureau.
Missy was a Baltimore County County Detective for 33 years. She has been with the NICB for the past 6 years doing training and investigations.
Episode 82 Crossover with Karisse Hendrick
Karisse Hendrick of the Fraudology podcast and I talk shop including our origin stories, how the field of fraud takes a lot of curiosity and so much more. I think you will enjoy this episode. Karisse is an Award-Winning Cyberfraud Expert; Ecommerce Fraud Prevention Consultant; Chargeback Geek; Host of the Fraudology Podcast; and Startup Advisor.
Episode 81 Debra Geister
Debra Geister has twenty plus years of business, consulting, marketing and communications experience in addition to anti-money laundering and fraud expertise in the financial services markets. She has experience in building and leading cross functional teams, compliance risk management and strategic direction. Significant subject matter expertise with investigations management, risk assessment and bank policy and procedures, suspicious activity reports, fraud strategies, predictive analytics, customer identification programs and authentication. Integration of transaction monitoring and customer due diligence programs into the compliance program framework as well as management of changing regulatory requirements, sanctions programs and Red Flags Identity Theft prevention programs.
Episode 80 #PodcastWednesday Becky Holmes
Becky Holmes runs a Twitter account which ‘outs’ romance scammers through a series of (hopefully) amusing conversations. It has become very popular (have a look at @deathtospinach) and as a result she signed a publishing deal and is mid-way through writing her first book, 'Keanu Reeves Is NOT In Love With You', which you can already pre-order at www.unbound.com/books/keanu
Becky is looking at romance fraud and everything about it - the victims, the people trying to stop it, academics, anti-scam organizations, banks and building societies, social media platforms and, of course, those behind it all.
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!