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Conference Chairperson – Jay Ferron, CT ISACA
Responsible for the overall event management and leader:
Vice Chairperson – Marguerite McCarthy, NYC ISACA
Activity assists the Chairperson on the coordination of the event and liaison with committees
Treasurer – Joel Kazin, NYC ISSA
Responsible for debits and credits related to the conference providing financial statements, issuing checks, reimbursements, refunds etc.and signs checks
Secretary – Willam Murray, NYC ISACA
Records the memorandum of understanding (MoU) organizations that have signed that agreement and keeps the contact information up to date, sends out correspondence, records meeting mins and signs agreements
Speaker Committee – Robert Shullich, NYC OWASP
Recruits and conducts a blind review of speakers submission to pick speakers that are educational for the forth annual event and works within the framework and tools that have been defined by the associations and their appointed oversight persons (1) per organization per MOU.
Sponsor Committee – Jay Ferron, CT ISACA
Responsible for sales of general tickets and sponsorships. Recruits sponsors for the event selling the program defined benefits as approved and coordinates related activities such as email communications, social media announcements, public relations, press and media. Works within the framework and tools that have been defined by the associations and their appointed oversight persons (1) per organization per MOU.
Event Operations Committee – Lead
Operates the check-in of attendees, defines and secures the food and beverages and after party location and related activities. Works within the framework and tools that have been defined by the associations and their appointed oversight persons (1) per organization per MOU.
Technology Operations – Tom Brennan, NYC OWASP
Primary responsibility for set-up and administration of the tools of tools including Website (WordPress), Sched, Eventbrite, Scanners, Inquiry system, Mailing Lists, Domain Management, Servers
Audit Committee – William Murray
The primary purpose of an audit committee is to provide oversight of the financial reporting process, the audit process, the system of internal controls and compliance with laws and regulations. The audit committee can expect to review significant accounting and reporting issues and recent professional and regulatory pronouncements to understand the potential impact on financial statements. An understanding of how management develops internal interim financial information is necessary to assess whether reports are complete and accurate