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Building a World-Class Ethics Program (Not-for-Profit Conference)


CPE Credits



PICPA Member: $58 | Nonmember: $78

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You will have up to 90 days after the date of purchase to complete the course and take the exam.


If you attended Not-for-Profit Conference on June 12-13, 2017, this course would be considered a duplicate and cannot be used towards your CPE requirement.


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Hear Michael A. Breon CPA, CFE, CIA, CGMA speak about the following:

  • Essential ethical programs to protect your organizations reputation
  • Long term organizational success encouraged by the organization's associates
  • Use of social media and other outlets to significantly influence your not-for-profit's future


Michael A. Breon
Senior Director – Investigations, Ethics and IAS
Rite Aid

Michael Breon is the Senior Director of Investigations and Ethics at Rite Aid.  In this role, Mike is responsible for conducting and overseeing investigations as well as reporting investigative statistics to senior management.  He is also responsible for anti-fraud programs and controls, the company’s hotlines and ethics programs.  Before taking on his role at Rite Aid, he founded Pertrolance, LLC which provides internal audit and fraud consulting services as well as related training.   Mike has many years experience in public accounting, serving as a senior manager in Deloitte’s Enterprise Risk Services practice, a senior auditor at Ernst & Young and various roles with regional firms leading audits in the medical, insurance, manufacturing, low income housing, and not for profit sectors.  Michael's corporate experience includes managing the retirement plans for the Hershey Company and serving in their Internal Audit Department.

Mike is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).  He graduated from Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg with a B.S. in Professional Accountancy and later received his MBA from the same institution.

Michael is the co-author of and has taught two of the IIA’s fraud programs “Internal Auditing for Fraud” and “Purchasing Fraud: Auditing and Detection Techniques”. He continues to teach both public and onsite seminars for the Institute of Internal Auditors, as well as, Pertrolance.  Michael is the Past-President of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) and continues to serve on their Board.

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