David Anderson

He is a manager and information security consultant for CliftonAllenLarson, with six years of experience in the Information Technology field.  He has experience in networking, Linux, and managing a Microsoft Windows domain.  Currently, he performs, and provides project management for, network penetration testing, internal vulnerability assessments, and social engineering engagements within a wide range of industries. He has firsthand knowledge and experience using leading edge hacking/testing methods, including in external and internal network penetration designed to gain access to high value targets; Social Engineering Techniques designed to assess all aspects of company security “People, Rules, and Tools;” Techniques for email Phishing that result in remote access to company networks, bypassing improperly configured firewalls and proxy systems; Domain and network management. He holds a Bachelor’s of Arts, Information Technology with focus on Networking & Security, Minnesota State  University – Mankato (MNSU).


chad carrington

Currently vice president for IT, Cybersecurity, and Facilities for Golden 1 Credit Union, he has been practicing IT and information security for the past 16 years. He started his technology career as a technical business analyst defining software requirements for enterprise systems at Intel, progressing into software architecture and development, then management over enterprise software development for Intel. In 2008, he started with Golden 1 and was responsible for IT Infrastructure. Over the years, he has lead complex hardware and software environments, large scale system upgrades, all while keeping a very close eye on information security. He applies a practical, business first risked based approach to all IT and security related activities.



A member of the Manufacturing & Transportation team at law firm Husch Blackwell in Madison, Wis., she is nationally recognized intellectual property litigator, she advises high technology manufacturers, computer software manufacturers, financial services companies, credit unions (a key focus), media and entertainment companies, and trade associations on all aspects of intellectual property law protection, technology contracting, rights enforcement and licensing. She has litigated patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret and data breach cases in federal courts across the country, and has handled a substantial number of software licensing and technology contract disputes in state and federal court and in alternative dispute resolution (ADR) forums. For more than 25 years she has counseled and advised individual, state and federal credit unions, credit union trade associations and credit union service organizations (CUSOs). Gina is involved in the credit union industry at all levels including serving on the board of directors of a for-profit CUSO.


Kirk Drake

As CEO of Ongoing Operations, LLC, he calls himself a “Serial Entrepreneur” focused exclusively on Credit Union Technology and loves building great technology teams that deliver unique and differentiated service experience. He is also the founder of Ongoing Operations, CUCTO, CU Wallet, and CU-TSXN (Trusted Secure Exchange Network).


Chris Howard

Vice President of Research at Callahan & Associates, he leads an array of collaborative innovation initiatives for CUFSLP, Callahan’s partnership of 28 leading credit unions nationwide. He also directs Callahan’s consulting practice and manages Callahan’s online learning collaboration with Harvard Business School. His professional background is in marketing and communications and includes stints as a U.S. Senate staffer and a television producer. During his time in banking and at Freddie Mac, he was responsible for strategy, innovation initiatives, business development, and strategic alliances. He earned his bachelor’s degree cum laude from Princeton University and his master’s degree from the University of Cape Town.


Bruce Jolly

A partner in Reed & Jolly PLLC, he has represented credit unions since 1978 when he joined the staff of the Credit Union National Association where he became Washington Counsel.  He has been involved in the major credit union legislation since that time, including testifying before various committees of Congress on issues ranging from taxation to field of membership.  In 1998 he was the Senate Banking Committee's expert witness on the field of membership issue as HR 1151 progressed to enactment. Since leaving CUNA, he has been involved in credit union representation on a number of matters. Long familiar with the requirements of the Electronic Funds Transfer Act, he has provided advice on all aspects of the development of payments systems by financial institutions since the law was adopted in 1980.  Privacy issues, the Bank Secrecy Act and obligations under the rules of the Office of Foreign Asset Control, dovetail into his expertise. A graduate of the University of North Carolina with a degree in Journalism and its law school, he is a member of the American Bar Association as well as the state bars of Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland and the District of Columbia. 


Mick Kless

He is the founder and CEO of Compliance Education Institute, a training and education company specializing in helping financial institutions build their competency and augment their knowledge-base in vendor management issues in order to be better prepared to meet regulatory requirements. He is also the President and CEO of sister company R.I.S.C. Associates, a regulatory compliance consultancy and compliance automation tools developer. He is responsible for day-to-day operations and company strategic direction for both firms.


Michelle Misko

A seasoned product specialist for Tracesecurity who travels the country educating organizations on how they can simplify and streamline their information security and compliance management by leveraging the latest innovations in cloud-based technology, she is holds a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and a minor in Network Security from the University of Southern Mississippi.


Chad Nordstrom

As Manager in the Information Security Services Group for CliftonLarsonAllen, he is part of a team of technology and industry specialists providing IT audits, security assessments, and incident response for clients in a wide range of industries and diverse operating environments. He is responsible for the continuing development of the tools, applications, and techniques used in security audits, incident response, and forensics. He is actively involved in the information security and forensics industry.  For several years he has been a part of the Defcon Speaker Operations team, was a prior president of the Minnesota High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA), SANS training event facilitator, and recently was a member of the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists’ (IACIS) accreditation subcommittee and was tasked with developing a position paper in response to the Department of Justice’s Recommendation on Digital and Multimedia FSSP Accreditation. Among others, has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminology from the University of Minnesota-Duluth and a Certificate of Law Enforcement from Minneapolis Community and Technical College.


David A. Reed

A partner in the law firm of Reed and Jolly, PLLC, he is attorney, author, consultant and nationally recognized speaker, providing guidance to financial institutions concerning a variety of matters including the establishment and revision of policies and procedures, organizational compliance, collections, security, contractual agreements, regulatory matters and corporate governance. He regularly speaks on topics such as regulatory compliance, examination planning, consumer lending, bankruptcy and collections. A former trial attorney and Vice President and General Counsel of a regional financial institution, he is particularly noted as an expert in the areas of financial institution operations, bankruptcy and collections. He received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Tech in 1986 and his Juris Doctorate from George Mason University School of Law in 1989.   He is a Certified Compliance Officer. 


Rich Schulman

Launching his legal career in the U.S. Army, he spent his next 11 years as an attorney with the National Credit Union Administration. At NCUA, he provided legal support on troubled credit union cases (conservatorships/liquidations), and recovering losses in those cases. He then served as Associate General Counsel responsible for NCUA’s regulatory program and providing agency interpretations of laws and regulations. Since leaving NCUA in 1999, he has represented numerous federal and state-chartered natural person and corporate credit unions. He provides advice on compliance and operational law, mergers and contracts, as well as strategic planning and training programs for credit union management, employees and directors. He has been a partner at the Chicago area firm law firm of Esp Kruezer Cores, LLC since 2009.


Tim Segerson

As Deputy Director of the Office of Examination and Insurance (E&I) with the National Credit Union Administration, he is responsible for overseeing the day to day operations of E&I and assisting the Director with the implementation of National policy relating to examination, supervision, insurance and guaranty fund risk management

Mark Solomon

Detective Mark Solomon is a 22-year veteran of the Greenwich Connecticut Police Department.  For the past 15 years, Det. Solomon has been assigned to the Greenwich Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division. Det. Solomon is a certified instructor for financial crimes investigations and identity theft and has provided numerous lectures throughout the United States to law enforcement agencies, financial industry services and the public. Det. Solomon is a graduate of Salve Regina University in Newport RI where he obtained both his B.A. and M.S. degrees in the Administration of Justice Program.


Jim Vilker

VP of Professional Services AuditLink for CU*Answers, he has been in the credit union compliance, regulatory, and audit space for over 30 years. Over that time he has served as a regulator, credit union executive, and currently as the leader of AuditLink, a division of cooperative CUSO CU*Answers. His tenure at CU*Answers began in 1998, becoming resident advisor on regulatory compliance and audit functions. He was also instrumental in developing the AuditLink business. As the leader of AuditLink, he has assisted in the development of state of the art core data processing solutions in the areas of compliance, audit, and risk management for CU*Answers’ flagship product, CU*BASE. He earned his NAFCU Certified Compliance Officer (NCCO) designation in 2009 and recently received his Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) certification from ACAMS.





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