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You’re Invited to the Screening of All The Queen’s Horses!! Please forward to your family and friends!

The School of Business wants to share with each of you the exciting news that Kelly Richmond Pope, PhD, CPA, and Director of All the Queen’s Horses has agreed to hold a screening of her award-winning film on the campus of North Carolina Central University on December 2, 2017 as a fund-raising opportunity for the School of Business.  This documentary film examines the $53 million municipal fraud in Dixon, IL, which was carried out by one mid-level government employee.  

Kelly Richmond Pope is an Associate Professor in the School of Accountancy and MIS at DePaul University and Founder of Helios Digital Learning.  However, many of you may know her as the daughter of Dr. Tyronza R. Richmond, former Dean of the School of Business and former Chancellor of NCCU.  Kelly clearly recalls her many years on the “rolling hills and verdant greens” and views this as another way of giving back to a program that meant so much during her youth and in the course of her career.

Prior to her academic career, Kelly worked in the forensic accounting practice at KPMG, LLP on anti-money laundering, insurance fraud, and fraud risk management. She has published in leading academic journals and she co-authored The ABCs of Behavioral Forensics: Using Psychology to Prevent, Detect, and Deter Fraud published by John Wiley & Sons. She is also a freelance writer for Forbes.com, The Daily Beast and the Washington Post.

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