Posted by Noah Stuhr on Mar 15, 2019

Save The Date!    Vocational Ethics Day 

Keynote Speaker Jerome Mayne: "Fraud and Consequences"

Jerome Mayne Jerome Mayne is one of the premier speakers on fraud, ethics, and business in corporate America.  After being charged with mail fraud, wire fraud and money laundering stemming from his actions years earlier while working at his first job in finance, he received a 21-month prison sentence and his life was changed forever.

Today, Mayne is now helping people make the right decisions in these ethically challenging times to stay out of prison. The personal diary of his life in the business world and behind bars is documented in his autobiography, Diary of a White Collar Criminal. He has devoted his career to helping business professionals stay out of prison by addressing the consequences of fraud and the importance of ethics. Mayne has received top rankings for his keynotes from Fortune 500 Companies including Wells Fargo and Met Life to professional associations such as the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals and the California Society of CPA's.

This special event will be held on Thursday, April 18th, 2019, from 11:30 am-1:30 pm at the Edina Country Club.

All Area 3 Rotarians and guests are invited. 
Our special guests will be high school students from our public high schools in Bloomington, Eden Prairie, Edina, and Richfield.