Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2024
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Program (2.5 Hours CPE) **CPE credits for ABA Compliance only**
Speakers (Bios are below)
Bill Berry- Police Chief Belle Plaine
Jamie Sheik, J.D. VP-Manager, KBA Legal Department
Doug Davidson, CISA Director of Information Technology Services
Nominations and Election of Officers
Chair – Bobbi Jo Dixon
Vice Chair – Stacey Clark
Treasurer – Sarah Weltmer
Co-secretaries – Beth Seals and Kerry Hatzenbuehler
Steering Committee Members
Bobbi Jo Dixon Linda Cullinan
Jeri Hewitt Sarah Weltmer
Stacey Clark Beth Seals
Chelsea Bieberle Kerry Hatzenbuehler
Alexis Wilems Pam Koerner
Kayla Bean Rebecca Johnson
Closing Remarks and Adjournment - Bobbi Jo Dixon
2024 Meeting Dates
Tuesday, May 14, 2024
Tuesday, August 13, 2024
Annual Conference - November 19, 2024
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.
Jamie Sheik is an attorney working for the Kansas Bankers Association as a Manager in the Legal Department. She completed her law degree in 2021 after nearly twenty years of commercial banking in Colorado and Kansas.
After completing and undergraduate degree at Kansas State University, she began her career as a banker in Denver where she specialized in commercial real estate and business lending. Jamie returned home to Kansas so that her children could grow up closer to their grandparents and families. She has continued working in banking as a Marketing President and commercial lender in the Manhattan area where her experience in banking and work in the community encouraged her to pursue a Juris Doctor degree. She worked in private practice as a transactional law and estate planning attorney before joining the Kansas Bankers Association where she currently works with a team of attorneys and compliance specialist assisting Kansas banks with legal, regulatory and compliance inquiries.
Outside of her professional world, she and her family spend most days in a mad rush to youth sports, school and community activities, or just trying to hold the household together (and fit in some laundry cycles) in between everything.
In my high school years a friend and I had a vision of becoming police officers (State Troopers) in Texas. Out of high school in 1984 I went a different direction due to an opportunity I could not pass up. I spent the next 20 years in Route/Retail Sales for Mrs. Boehme’s Holsum Bakery and Sara Lee Bakery Group (amongst other names they were under like Rainbo Bread, Earthgrains, Company, Campbell Taggart). I never gave up on law enforcement and after the 20 years in the bread business, I applied with Belle Plaine KS. I started off as a night time shift working part time and while I was still in the bread business. I enjoyed being an officer as I expected and applied for a full time position when one came open within a year. I started full time with Belle Plaine in 2005 and am currently about 7 months from being there for 20 years. I was the Police Sergeant for 10 years and have been the Chief for 6 years. I became a certified DARE Instructor in 2008 and taught hundreds of students the DARE curriculum over a period of 10 years before I became Police Chief. My plan is to retire from the City of Belle Plaine in 2028.
Doug joined GBQ in 2016, bringing 30 years of experience working with technology and technology leadership in companies ranging in size from innovative, emerging businesses to Fortune 500s.
Prior to joining the firm, Doug was President and CEO of Jacadis, a Columbus-based information security and information risk management firm. Previously, he was Practice Leader for web technologies at SARCOM and FrontWay.
Doug’s passion is for the business side of the information risk management, security and compliance equation. He works with business leaders and executives to assess and improve the operationalization of information risk and information security programs. Doug advises information security and compliance leadership in larger enterprises focusing on control assessment and improvement in areas such as security leadership, policy and procedure, security awareness, third-party risk management and compliance with HIPAA, PCI and ISO 27001.
Doug has led security, risk and compliance assessment projects with startup and emerging small businesses, family-owned, middle-market and large public companies, as well as institutions of higher education.
Additionally, Doug advises businesses at both ends of the supply chain on how to best build and assure trust and lower risk. He serves on client information security steering committees in financial, collections, health care, technology and staffing industries. Doug has handled the leadership of incident response and breach investigations for clients of all sizes.
Doug is a recognized speaker, regularly presenting at local and regional business and professional organizations. He is also a two-time faculty member of InfoSec World.
Doug is an active member of the Columbus community and serves as a board member of the Central Ohio Cyber Security for Control Systems Chapter, an international organization with a vision to strengthen global critical infrastructure by fostering local Control System Cyber Security peer-to-peer networking and development. Doug is also a past board member of the Hilliard Chamber of Commerce, former Program Chairman for the local Columbus ISACA Chapter and former Secretary of the Russ Helickson Youth Wrestling League. He is an Eagle Scout and a lifetime Scouter.