Tuesday, May 14, 2019
WSU Hughes Metroplex, Room 132, 5015 E 29th St, Wichita, KS ENTRANCE C
Program (2.5 Hours CPE for CRCM and CPA credit)
Understanding Community Affairs and CRA Exam Experiences
Carla Tillmon, Community Affairs Specialist, FDIC
Laura Reichart, Sr. Compliance Examiner, FDIC
Jeremy W Hegle, Sr. Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve
Michael J Nield, District Community Affairs Officer, OCC
Elena Borjas, Manager Assurance, AGHLC
Chuck Marshall, CRCM, K-Coe Isom
Location & Directions
The WSU Hughes Metroplex is located at the intersection of 29th St North & Oliver on the east side of Wichita. Enter through Door C to Room 132.
2019 Meeting Dates
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 WSU Hughes Metroplex
Thursday, November 14, 2019 Annual Conference presented by Sterling Compliance LLC (location to be determined)
Heartland Compliance, a non-profit Kansas organization, whose purpose is to encourage and combine the ideas, intelligence, and influence of its members for the promotion of compliance information and networking among its membership; to provide its members educational programs on compliance and related topics; and to provide a medium for the timely gathering of its members for the purposes of education and exchange of ideas.
Carla Tillmon is a Community Affairs Specialist with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Division of Depositor and Consumer Protection. She is responsible for convening banks, non-profits and other community stakeholders to identify community development opportunities through appropriate outreach events and serves as a liaison for financial institutions, bank examiners, community organizations and other stakeholders in the areas of economic inclusion, the Community Reinvestment Act and fair lending laws in Kansas and South Dakota.
Prior to joining the FDIC, Ms. Tillmon was employed for 10 years with the U.S. Department of Labor, Women’s Bureau, implementing projects and programs related to promoting the interests of women and families. She worked as a workforce development professional for fifteen years before joining the Women’s Bureau. Ms. Tillmon is a graduate of the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a Master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA).
Laura Reichart is a senior compliance examiner out of the Wichita, Kansas field office of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Ms. Reichart has over 25 years of experience in conducting compliance and CRA examinations of financial institutions of various sizes and complexities throughout Kansas and several other states.
Jeremy W. Hegle is a Senior Community Development Advisor with the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City.
Jeremy is the lead advisor for western Missouri and Kansas, promoting fair and impartial access to financial services in low- and moderate-income communities. In this role, he raises awareness of issues affecting low- to moderate-income populations. He also leads efforts to reduce the digital divide across the Bank’s seven-state territory. He is a graduate of the Kansas City Chamber’s Centurions program and holds an MBA from the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
Michael J. Nield is a District Community Affairs Officer for The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) located at the Kansas City Field Office in the Western District. Mike’s responsibilities include Community Outreach helping banks build partnerships with community organizations to achieve their community development goals. He provides CRA training to bankers and community organizations. Mike works on CRA exams assisting on the community development test and providing community contacts, when available. He assists examiners with community development questions.
Mike has 30 years of banking experience with 14 years in CRA including over 10 years as a CRA Officer for a large bank. Mike’s past community service includes the advisory board of the Neighborhood Self Help Fund, advisory board of the Kansas City Equity Fund, Junior achievement Financial Educator, member of FDIC’s Alliance for Economic Inclusion, member of the United Way’s Financial Stability Task Force, and President of KC CASH Coalition, Inc., which offers VITA programs. Mike holds a B.S. from the University of Central Missouri and attended the American Bankers Association Regulatory Compliance School.
Elena Borjas is a member of the financial services industry team, specializing in providing external audit, internal audit and compliance services for banks and other financial institutions. She joined AGH in 2011 after spending nearly eight years at two banks, where she specialized in retail operations (including lending), branch management and certain compliance matters. Elena is a certified public accountant and a member of the AICPA and KSCPA. She earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Wichita State University and was recognized by the Wichita Business Journal as a 2016 Emerging Leader.
Elena is active in the community as a board member for the Wichita chapters of the Institute of Internal Auditor and the Risk Management Association and as a steering committee member of Heartland Compliance. She is also a member of Young Professionals of Wichita and a United Way Young Leader.
Charles J. (Chuck) Marshall, CRCM has provided bank consulting services to clients of K·Coe Isom since 1998. He joined the Banking practice of K·Coe Isom as a bank consultant in the Wichita office and was selected to be a manager within the firm in 2003. Marshall’s expertise focuses on improving bank performance and consulting with financial institutions in the areas of strategic planning, regulatory compliance, mergers and acquisitions, bank valuation, organizational structure, loan review, sales management consulting, and profit enhancement services. Prior to joining K·Coe Isom, Chuck had more than 20 years of hands-on experience in the banking industry in a variety of management positions. Chuck is a founder and current board member of Heartland Compliance. Chuck has been a speaker for a number of banking organizations including the American Bankers Association, the Kansas Bankers Association, and the Independent Bankers of Colorado.