Confronting Elder Financial Exploitation Senior & Professional Symposium

Confronting Elder Financial Exploitation
Senior & Professional Symposium

Wednesday November 2, 2011
The Center at Cathedral Plaza
555 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, California 90012-2707
8:30am – 3:00pm
3.0 MCLE Credits (approval pending)

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Conference Agenda


Mickey Rooney





Special Guest Speaker:
Mickey Rooney, Honorary Chair
Master of Ceremonies:
Honorable Kim R. Hubbard

Presented by Elder Financial Protection Network
On Wednesday November 2, 2011, Elder Financial Protection Network (EFPN) will present Call to Action: Southern California, our 11th annual national summit on elder financial abuse prevention. Call to Action is EFPN’s signature annual event and offers an innovative conference program and awards ceremony honoring leaders in the fight against elder financial abuse.

Call to Action: Southern California brings together hundreds of seniors and professionals representing financial institutions, law enforcement, social services, elder justice advocates, and the legal community to share best practices to stop the financial exploitation of elders.

Steve Cooley, LA District Attorney (invited)
Kamala Harris, California Attorney General (invited)
Helen Karr, Esq., Elder Justice Advocate
Pat Huddleston, CEO Investor Watchdog
Michael R. Augustine, Esq., Augustine & Seymour
Mary Twomey, MSW, Co-Director, National Center on Elder Abuse, UC, Irvine
John A. Perez, California State Assembly Speaker, 46th Assembly District (invited)
Steve Vallejo, Director of Corporate Security, Bank of the West Mary Ellen Snider, AVP Risk/Compliance, Meriwest Credit Union
Susan Montoya, Corporate CRA Officer, First Bank
Vivian L. Thoreen, Esq., Holland & Knight Ingrid Evans, Esq., The Evans Law Firm
Lou Holtz Jr., Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County DA’s Office
Debra Deem, Victim Specialist, FBI
Jackie Wiley-Sistrunk, Outreach Speaker, California Department of Corporations


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