March 2013 Joint Meeting with AGA
Thursday, March 21, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM (CDT)
ASWA Members: $28
Guests are encouraged!
Thursday, March 21st from 6 to 7 P.M.
Registration begins at 5:30 P.M.
Dinner begins at 6 P.M.
Metropolitan Crime Commission Update
Raphael Goyeneche III will present a review of the Metropolitan Crime Commission's on-going work and accomplishment.
Raphael Goyeneche's full bio and contact information are below.
1 hour of CPE credit will be awarded.
Food & Drinks:
Egg Roll, Chicken Wings, Sweet & Sour Chicken, Pecan Shrimp, General Tso Chicken, Triple Dragon in Garlic Sauce, Beef with Snow peas & Mushrooms, Combination Fried Rice
Iced Tea & water are complimentary.
Free parking in restaurant lot.
RSVP online through eventbrite OR by contacting Leslie Armstrong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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*Also please note that in order to protect from losses through reservations, all "Attending" RSVPs are due and payable after the registration deadline. Cancellations prior to the registration will be refunded less any fees.*
Speaker Contact Information & Bio:
Rafael Goyeneche is a New Orleans native. He graduated from De La Salle High School, received his undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University and his juris doctorate from Loyola Law School. Upon graduation from law school, Rafael served as an assistant district attorney in Orleans Parish between 1980 – 1986. During his tenure in the D.A.’s office Rafael worked in trials, screening and was appointed chief of the Economic Crime Unit, a unit responsible for investigating and prosecuting white collar crime.
Rafael joined the staff of the Metropolitan Crime Commission in 1986. He was named president of the Metropolitan Crime Commission in 1989. He is responsible for managing all aspects of MCC operations.
Rafael was the award recipient of the U. S. Attorney General William French Smith Award for Outstanding Contributions to Cooperative Law Enforcement in October 2011 and the New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation’s Galvez Cup in November 2011.
When & Where
American Society of Women Accountants New Orleans Chapter
ASWA is a professional not-for-profit organization founded in 1938 in Indianapolis to increase the opportunities for women in all fields of accounting. The New Orleans chapter was sponsored by the Atlanta chapter in 1958 and began with 21 members, 10 of whom were Certified Public Accountants. Today we have about 100 members who meet once a month, usually on the fourth Wednesday, at various restaurants in the area. Special monthly meetings include Student Activities, Public Relations, a Christmas luncheon each December, a joint meeting with the Association of Governmental Accountants, an annual membership drive and wine tasting, and an Officer Installation luncheon in June. In the past, the chapter has served the New Orleans community by volunteering at Celebration in the Oaks, the WYES Showboat Auction, the AARP Tax Aide program, the Red Cross Humanitarian Ball, and by supporting Dress for Success, an international organization that provides business attire to women for job interviews.