Leadership, ethics, fraud, money laundering, interviewing, implicit bias, how to be an effective witness, and implementing effective compliance programs.
25 year veteran FBI agent, former adjunct professor of leadership, ethics and decision-making for the University of Virginia, court-certified expert in financial crimes and money laundering, keynote speaker, master facilitator, completely interactive training
Microsoft, Altria, Institute of Internal Auditors, Health Care Administrator's Association, Iron Man Corporation, Montana Fund, PON Holdings, Portland Police Bureau, Florida Auditor General, International Factoring Association, Delaware Auditor General, Dell, FBI, Galls, Google, Health Care Distribution Alliance, Oracle, Pepsi, Santander Bank, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics, Prime Global, Mississippi Highway Patrol, Florida Institute of CPAs, MGM, Caesar's Palace, National Credit Reporting Agencies (NCRA), Danish National Police, other Forune 500 companies and public sector entities
School District FraudMinnesota Society of CPAs
LeadershipPinellas County Sheriff's Office
EthicsMontana State Fund
Leadership & EthicsMinnesota Society of CPAs
Ethical LeadershipACFE Global Fraud Conference
Interviewing for Fraud ExaminersACFE Global Fraud Conference
InterviewingIIA International Conference
LeadershipAmerican Institute of Architects
Why You Are Not As Ethical As You Believe Yourself To BeOld Republic Title
Available Upon Request
After serving 25 years as an FBI Special Agent, Bret Hood has been a 4-time presenter and the top ranked instructor at the ACFE’s Global Fraud conference as well as the IIA's International Conference. In addition, Bret was an adjunct professor of leadership and ethics for the University of Virginia while serving as a top-rated instructor at the prestigious FBI National Academy. Bret is now serving as an adjunct professor of forensic accounting for both the University of Virginia and Mt. St. Mary's University.