We here at The CFO Leadership Council pride ourselves on our ability to host amazing speakers with great stories.

However, this year, we’ve really outdone ourselves.

Join us on Wednesday, May 20th at our 2015 CFO Leadership Conference as we welcome two phenomenal keynote addresses, including:

An Interview with Gayle Cameron, Massachusetts Gaming Commissioner and Former Deputy Superintendent, The New Jersey State Police

Gayle CameronPrior to her retirement as Deputy Superintendent of The New Jersey State Police, Lieutenant Colonel Cameron commanded the Investigations Branch which had authority over the areas of: casino regulation, specialized investigations, intelligence gathering and analysis, and forensic sciences. In this position she held the agency’s top security clearance and interacted on a regular basis with the US Attorney from the District of NJ, the State’s Governor, the NJ Attorney General and was the primary liaison with all federal law enforcement agencies.

The purview of this position included managing more than 900 detectives, analysts and scientists assigned to 57 different units with an annual budget of over seventy five million dollars. Incorporated within these entities were subordinate bureaus and offices responsible for casino gaming, counter terrorism, narcotics, organized crime, cyber technology, intelligence management, electronic surveillance, street gang investigations, homicide and violent crimes.

Cameron’s gaming experience began as an undercover operative while conducting casino criminal and organized crime investigations. She also gained valuable expertise as a detective vetting individuals and companies during the application process for licensure to Atlantic City’s casinos.

Prior to serving as the Deputy Superintendent, she held leadership positions as the Commanding Officer of the following sections: Administration, where she was responsible for the formulation and management of the Division’s annual budget; Human Resources and Identification and Information Technology. Other positions held include: Bureau Chief of Command Operations, Station Commander, EEO/AA Investigations Unit leader, Executive Protection Squad Leader and road duty Trooper.

Lt. Colonel Cameron has been called upon to sit on numerous promotional boards both in the United States and abroad. Toward the end of her service she was appointed to serve as a Commissioner for the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) which evaluates police agencies’ best practices both nationally and internationally. She is a founding member of New Jersey Women in Law Enforcement and frequently serves as a panelist for the international association of Chiefs of Police and the National Center for Women and Policing.

Lt. Colonel Cameron holds an M.A. from Seton Hall University, a B.S. from Bridgewater State College, and is a graduate of the FBI Leadership Development School, the Northwestern University School of Staff and Command, and the International Chiefs of Police Leadership in Police Organizations certification.

An Afternoon with Major General L. Scott Rice, The Adjutant General, The Massachusetts National Guard

Major General L. Scott Rice,  The Adjutant General,  Massachusetts National GuardRegister Today!

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