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The Audit Executive Center’s webinars are complimentary as a benefit of your Center membership. We hope you will take advantage of this 
valuable opportunity to learn from industry experts on the latest trends and issues impacting the profession.
 

ERM: A Catalyst for Conversation 

Learn from an organization whose success with ERM has been based on the ability to create a process and framework that aids senior management in the review of strategic risk. Many enterprise risks are hard to define and hae a substantial systemic impact. These risks, for most organizations, can be misunderstood and often go unmitigated.
 

Presenter: Keith A. Cureton
Corporate ERM Manager, United Parcel Service

Date: Thursday, September 22, 2011 
Time: 1:30-3:00 p.m. EST
Cost: Complimentary as part of your Audit Executive Center membership
Type: Group Internet Live Training
Program Level: V- Overview
Field of Study: Auditing
Prerequisites: None
Advance preparation: NO
CPE:1.5 NASBA CPE*

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Presenter Biography: Keith A. Cureton

Keith Cureton is the Corporate Group Manager for Enterprise Risk Management at UPS with global responsibility for the company’s ERM efforts. He has over 29 years experience in the transportation industry across multiple disciplines, including Industrial Engineering, Project Management, Crisis Management and Enterprise Risk Management. His career has included both domestic and international assignments with extensive involvement in operations, mergers & acquisitions, and strategic planning, as well as the development and integration of large technology solutions.  

Keith earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics from Malone University, a MBA from Franklin University, and a Master’s in Project Management from George Washington University. He and his wife Deborah live in Atlanta, Georgia and have 3 adult sons.  

Keith is a frequent speaker on the subjects of Change Management and ERM. 

 
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