2017 Spring Training Event
May 10, 2017
8:00 AM—4:30 PM
Brian Ingle, Chiffon M. Robinson, and JP Vick
KYTC Office of Human Resource Management, Professional Development
Daniel Porter, CFE
Licensed Private Investigator
Kentucky History Center
100 West Broadway Street, Frankfort, Kentucky
(Doors open at 7:30 AM)
Lunch will be catered by Family Affair Catering. Morning and afternoon snacks and beverages are provided.
8 Hours of CPE available including 4 hours governmental/fraud training
Morning Session (Management & Leadership):
How Emotional Intelligence Can Make or Break
• Generational- & Personality-Based Interactions
Afternoon Session (Fraud):
Was Radar O’Reilly a Fraudster?
Interview Techniques & Detecting Deception
Training materials will be posted to website by
May 5th at www.CKYAGA.com
Daniel Porter, CFE
Daniel Porter, CFE, has conducted civil and criminal investigations as a licensed Private Investigator and as a Loss Prevention Manager. While he was Investigations Manager with the Tennessee Department of Transportation he created an investigations section and was responsible for investigations of fraud, waste, and abuse. Currently, he is an investigative auditor for the State of Tennessee, Comptroller of the Treasury, Division of Investigations, where he investigates fraud, waste, and abuse cases.
He is a Cum Laude graduate from Middle Tennessee State University’s Criminal Justice Program and a CFE. He has made presentations at AGA, IIA, and CFE conferences as well as to various governmental agencies in various states. He is a frequent guest lecturer to Criminal Justice and Accounting classes at Middle Tennessee State University. He is active in the Middle Tennessee Chapter of the ACFE and previously served as President, Vice President, and was selected the Chapter’s Member of the Year in 2003.
Brian has a passion to help people find satisfaction in life and work. He is a student of leadership and has been creating and facilitating various trainings and leadership experiences for 15 years. Brian’s leadership experiences span all three sectors – private, public, and non-profit.
Brian loves creating and presenting a wide variety of dynamic learning experiences for employees at all levels of the Transportation Cabinet. He has been instrumental in the development and presentation of approximately 30 instructor-led courses, in addition to leading the Cabinet’s Advanced Leadership Academy (ALA).
As the Professional Development Branch Manager, Brian oversees online and instructor-led training, recruiting, the Engineering Scholarship Programs, and a Minority Internship Program for the Transportation Cabinet.
JP Vick is passionate about helping others excel in their professional and personal lives. Dr. Vick currently serves as a Training and Development Specialist for the KY Transportation Cabinet’s Professional Development Branch. He holds a doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership and has over a decade of experience working in a variety of non-profit and for-profit leadership positions. Dr. Vick has found his niche in teaching, coaching, and inspiring.
Chiffon M. Robinson
Currently, Chiffon Robinson serves as a Training Development Specialist for the KY Transportation Cabinet’s Professional Development Branch; with previous experience as a Human Resource Specialist. She holds a master’s degree in Public Administration, Human Resource Management; and intends to continue furthering her education. Chiffon possesses over a decade in leadership experience, that expands from private, public and non-profit sector positions. Her hopes is that she will continue to add value to the cabinet in which she serves.
Passionate about teaching and inspiring others, Chiffon is always looking for ways to bring joy and excitement to the classroom. As a lover of knowledge, Chiffon aims to expand her area of influence to impact others around her for the better. She is a strong believer that knowledge is power and is always looking for ways to expand her knowledge. As a leader in her community, church, workplace and family, Chiffon understands that where much is given, much is expected; therefore, her purpose is to simply encourage others with the empowerment of knowledge.