Anjali Kottha has over 10 years of experience in engineering and management appraising services. She is the VP of Technical Services of GMS Registrar and is the POC for their FedRAMP program. She is responsible for GMS Registrar’s corporate growth initiative comprising of strategy, business development, and customer maintenance. Anjali is a Lead Appraiser and Lead Instructor for DEV and SVC, and a Lead Auditor for ISO 9000 & 27000. Prior to GMS Registrar, she worked at The Cleveland Clinic and developed various clinically applicable software programs. Anjali is an active member in Toastmasters as her club Treasurer. She is also a strong supporter of the YWCA Women’s Leadership Institute. She recently accepted the nomination to serve on her high school Alumni Board.
Don Owens, CPA, CFF, CITP, CFE, CIA, CRMA, CFSA, CBA, is Director of Operations at BPX Technologies and founder and principal at Polymath Forensic and Risk Management (PFRM) Solutions.
Don’s 35-year career has been dedicated to assisting organizations to develop strategies and implementing leading risk mitigation practices and controls to enhance and protect their value. This includes working with clients to optimize processes and streamline controls in order to achieve efficiencies and cost savings. Other services he provides include SOC 1 and 2 readiness reviews and examinations in which he works closely with boards and management to identify and manage threats that could inhibit the achievement of goals and objectives. To remain on the forefront of matters impacting organizations, he continually researches emerging threat actors, standards, and authoritative guidance to provide clients timely consult. Don is an active member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Information Systems Audit and Control Association, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, and The Institute of Internal Auditors and has presented on various risk management and mitigation topics at national and regional conferences. Don participates in Junior Achievement’s school mentoring program and is a member of the Franklin University Accounting Advisory Board where he advises the University on its cirriculum.