The international women of risk community is a network that aims to support and connect women in the Risk profession across the globe, both within KPMG as well as externally, to foster personal and professional growth within a collaborative environment of over 2000 individuals globally.
The key objectives and the purpose of the international women of risk network include:
I’m Samantha (Sam) Gloede, Managing Director, Technology Risk Management for KPMG in the US based in New York. Currently, I have a dual role as the Global Risk Solutions & Program Leader for KPMG International focused on the organization’s priority investments in building risk and regulatory driven transformation solutions for member firm clients.
I’m Natalie Faulkner, Global Head of Fraud Risk for KPMG International and a forensic partner based in KPMG Australia. I’m currently focused on innovating and evolving fraud risk management offerings.
My name is Kholoud Mousa. I am the first female partner in KMPG in Saudi Arabia based in Jeddah. I have the honor of being the first Saudi woman licensed to practice as a certified public accountant in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
I’m Carmel Mortell from KPMG in Australia, where I am currently the Victorian Chairman. Mentoring and sponsoring KPMG women that aspire to be leaders is extremely important to me. For KPMG in Australia to strive and survive it needs diverse leadership and a culture of inclusion.
My name is Maryam Zaman. I lead the Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance Services practice in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). My primary focus is in the Financial Services sector.
My name is I-Ching Lim and I’m from the IARCS practice in Japan. My field of expertise is in internal audit and SOX compliance services, supporting many global clients who come to Japan to perform work on their overseas operations.