The use of technology in business has resulted in increasingly large quantities of data and electronically stored information. A few questions often presented to business leaders include: What data should be stored? How should data be stored? How should we protect the data and what should we do in the event of a breach?
Two Tulsa professionals have been honored by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts with the prestigious 40 Under Forty award. Janae Castell, a certified valuation analyst, and Leah Wietholter, a certified fraud examiner working as a forensics accountant and private investigator, were honored.
Leah Wietholter was recognized by the National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts, the industry’s leading professional organization, and the Consultants’ Training Institute as a member of the 2014 40 Under 40 class for her contributions in the field of financial forensics. The inaugural class is comprised of 40 honorees representing nearly 20 states across the United States. The public …
As a certified fraud examiner, I’ve investigated numerous fraud cases from minor cash theft to embezzlement cases exceeding $1 million with the potential to bring down entire organizations. Fraud is one of the most detrimental situations any business, especially small businesses, can face.
The Journal Record recently published an article by Kirby Lee Davis talking about young entrepreneurs in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Leah Wietholter shared her work experiences with The Journal.
1: What is forensics accounting and why is it important to companies? I help companies know the story behind financial information. Essentially, I tell my clients where money came from and where money went. Most of my business clients have noticed anomalies in their financial information. Such anomalies could include unexplained difficulties with cash flow; losses in inventory; or delinquent …
Oklahoma Magazine recently featured Leah Wietholter of Workman Forensics in their annual “40 Under 40” spotlight of Oklahoma young professionals. Read the excerpt about her from the article and watch the video of the interview she gave.
[TULSA,OK] – When Leah Wietholter was growing up in Bridgeport, Texas, she loved reading mystery fiction.
But when it came time to go to college and choose a vocation, she selected accounting. She is a graduate of Oral Roberts University and did her graduate work at the University of Tulsa.
Watching the summer Olympics rates high on my list of favorite pastimes. As I was looking forward to this year’s games, I remembered the 1992 U.S. Men’s Olympic Basketball Dream Team: Jordan, Johnson, Bird, and Barkley – just to name a few. What I love about that year’s team is that it consisted of the “greats,” the absolute best-of-the-best. These …
[TULSA, Oklahoma] – January 30, 2012 – The Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women names Leah Wietholter, founder of Workman Forensics, winner of the 2012 Pinnacle Award. The award honors Tulsa-area women who are role models in their professions, take risks on behalf of others, perform voluntary community service, and demonstrate a commitment to women’s issues and concerns.
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