Michael Cohen Keynote Speaker

Is Michael Cohen a Conference Speaker

Is Michael Cohen a conference speaker? He isn’t a popular keynote speaker in the past 2 years since his release.

Organizations have tried to book him for public speaking engagements on the topics of fraud, ethics and prison. It may be because his background is not that of a criminal who has been groomed for the stage. That said, Michael Cohen would certainly have some stories to tell.

Are there other speakers like Michael Cohen?

Michael Cohen Conference Speaker Alternatives

Yes. There is one, for example who has many similarities to Michael Cohen.

Jerome Mayne is a conference speaker and speaks on topics similar to Michael. However, Jerome was not involved in any type of political crime. Jerome’s keynote and his relevancy to speak at your conference, convention or event is laid out nicely on his page.

Michael Cohen Conference Speaker

Are there keynote speakers who have been to white collar prisons?

Most people think that Michael Cohen, the political criminal who was involved with Donald Trump, went to a white collar prison.  Jerome Mayne can tell you, from experience, that white collar prisons don’t exist.

We’ve all heard that minimum security prisons are like country clubs.  It’s simply not true.  While it’s safe to assume that Michael Cohen has been to a country club, there is a big difference from that and a prison.  Ya can’t leave!

Keynote Speaker, Fraud expert, Ethics expert, Conference

The Truth About Minimum Security Prisons

“I don’t know what it was like for Martha Stewart, but we didn’t have any decorating contests or doily making classes at all.  People who say that minimum security prisons are like country clubs or ‘aren’t that bad’ have either never been or are lying to you or to themselves.”

Jerome Mayne


Excerpt from Diary of a White Collar CriminalChapter titledMy First Day in Prison.

Keynote presentation Choices and Consequences

Jerome Mayne, a self-taught expert on fraud and ethics, takes you on his personal journey from CEO, father of two young boys, living in a quaint neighborhood, to a whirlwind of FBI investigations, federal court, and finally prison.

“It was a pleasure having you at our conference.  Your message was well received by the attendees; mainly because you not only ‘talked the talk’, but you’ve also ‘walked the walk.

Feel free to  use our chapter as a reference for any future speaking engagements you have.”

Fred Pasteur – Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

A Hell of a Story Similar to Michael Cohen

Jerome will bring you along on his emotional journey and you will understand how he dealt with adversity and found humor in the middle of a nightmare. His his story will help you understand your vulnerabilities, and you’ll take away all the tools you’ll need to save yourself from making the wrong decisions and loosing everything you’ve ever worked for.

Making the wrong decision in tough situations can have serious consequences. Adversity, self imposed or not, can be difficult to overcome.  It starts with life saving lessons and self confidence. and continues with trying to overcome the adversity that comes with the consequences of committing a crime, FBI investigations, arrest, criminal court, and finally a federal prison sentence.

Fraud and Consequences – what your group will take away

  • where their vulnerabilities lie
  • how easy it is to join a conspiracy – even if no one intended to
  • how the phrase, “no harm, no foul” is absolutely ridiculous
  • that real con men are out there and how they will recruit
  • the devastating effects committing fraud has on the victims, one’s profession and one’s family
  • how to maintain a relationship with kids through snail mail and collect phone calls
  • find out once and for all whether or not there really is, in fact, a big guy named Bubba in prison

Jerome will show you that the unethical behaviors in ethics and fraud that  exist today in the “business as usual” corporate culture.  And, how you can get you your own federal inmate number.

Keynote or workshop 30 minutes to 3 hours.

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