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An Intimate Conversation between Tamika Tremaglio and Joyce Roche

February 12, 2020
4:00 PM EST to 6:30 PM EST
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Deloitte
1919 N Lynn St
Arlington, VA 22209
https://www2.deloitte.com/us/en.html
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Join us this evening for an intimate conversation between Tamika Tremaglio, Managing Director for Deloitte’s Greater Washington Area and Joyce Roche, former C-suite Executive, former Director on several public boards, and author of The Empress Has No Clothes. During this conversation, Joyce and Tamika will discuss career journeys and identify the tenets related to what it takes to be a successful woman in business.

This event includes the presentation and a networking reception.  Attendees will be given a copy of The Empress Has No Clothes by Joyce Roche.

About Tamika Tremaglio

Tamika has over 20 years of forensic accounting experience.  Her experience spans litigation, forensic investigations and accounting matters, tax, finance, economics, and business consulting covering a broad spectrum of industries. Tamika serves as Deloitte’s Managing Principal for the Greater Washington area, in addition to the local market liaison to the Regional Managing Partner.  Until just recently, she also served as the East Regional Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory Leader.

Tamika’s forensic accounting, global investigations and litigation consulting experience includes participating in matters such as breach of contract, franchise disputes, lost profits, business interruption, intellectual property disputes, global corporate investigations, professional malpractice, health care and government contract compliance matters, personal injury, wrongful death, wrongful termination and bankruptcies, including claims relating to fraudulent conveyances and insolvency.

She has significant experience in forensic accounting investigations and corporate governance matters including SEC investigations where issues surrounding executive conduct and whistleblower allegations have been called into question. In addition, she has spent considerable time investigating executive conduct, vendor relationships and similar issues. Specifically, she has led internal and external investigations of suspected improper and fraudulent behavior by employees, vendors, contractors, executive directors and trustees of not-for-profit organizations, institutions, foundations and estates. Ms. Tremaglio has an MBA and a JD and has been a frequent lecturer on corporate governance and Sarbanes Oxley matters.

About Joyce M. Roche

As a trailblazer in the corporate world for 25 years, Ms. Roché mentored women by encouraging them to find their voices and take bold career risks to excel. Her vision for empowered businesswomen carried over into her work on behalf of girls when, in 2000, she assumed the role of president and CEO of Girls Inc., the nonprofit  organization whose mission is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.

Before joining Girls Inc., Ms. Roché served as president and chief operating officer of Carson Products Company, and vice president of global marketing at Avon Products, Inc. While at Avon, Ms. Roché broke new ground, becoming Avon's first African American female vice president, the fi rst African American vice president of marketing, and the company's first vice president of global marketing.

Ms. Roché has received widespread acclaim for her achievements in the business world: In 1998, Business Week selected her as one of the "Top Managers to Watch," and in 1997 she was featured on the cover of Fortune. In 2006, she received the Legacy Award during Black Enterprise magazine's "Women of Power Summit," and in 2007 she received the Distinguished Alumna Award from Columbia University Women in Business.

Ms. Roché is a graduate of Dillard University in New Orleans and holds an MBA from Columbia University. She has successfully completed Stanford University's Senior Executive Program and holds honorary doctorate degrees from Dillard University and North Adams State College. She currently sits on the board of directors of AT&T Inc., Macy's Inc., Tupperware Brands, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group Inc., and the Association of Governing Boards. She is the chair of the board of trustees for Dillard University.

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$110.00 Member
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$165.00 Non-Member
$135.00 Earlybird rate before February 6