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AARP Fraud Experts

Learn more about the team of professionals working to keep you safe and informed about fraud

Kathy Stokes, Director of Fraud Prevention, Fraud Watch Network

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Kathy Stokes is a nationally recognized leader in the consumer fraud arena. As Director of Fraud Prevention Programs with AARP, Kathy leads AARP’s social mission work to educate older adults on the risks that fraud represents to their financial security. Since 2019, she and her team have vastly expanded AARP’s leadership in this space, including the creation of a new victim support program, a multi-year campaign to end the use of gift cards in fraud, and the formation of a national effort to fundamentally transform how our country addresses consumer fraud. Kathy currently serves on the advisory council to the Board of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators and on the advisory council to the Senior Issues and Diminished Capacity Committee of the North American Securities Administrators Association.

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Amy Nofziger, Director of Victim Support, Fraud Watch Network

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Amy Nofziger is the director of fraud victim support with AARP, a role she has held for nearly two decades. She leads a team of fraud specialists and dozens of volunteers who help victims of fraud though the AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline. Her experience includes a term on Colorado's Elder Abuse Task Force, during which the state passed a mandatory elder abuse reporting law. Due to her experience and expertise, she receives frequent public speaking invitations and has presented across the country and on television to consumers and professionals on consumer fraud. Amy is a Certified Fraud Examiner.

Paul Greenwood, External Speaker, Elder Abuse

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Paul Greenwood is a retired San Diego Deputy District Attorney where he headed up the Elder Abuse Prosecution Unit for 22 years. He has prosecuted over 750 felony cases of physical, sexual, emotional and financial elder abuse. Paul now spends much of his post-retirement time consulting on elder abuse cases and providing trainings to law enforcement and Adult Protective Services agencies across the country and internationally. He is also a criminal justice board member of National Adult Protective Services Association.

Troy Broussard, Senior Advisor, Veterans & Military Families Initiative

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Troy is a Proud Desert Storm Army Veteran and a Louisiana native. As a Senior Advisor for AARP’s Veterans and Military Families Initiative, in the Office of Community Engagement (OCE),  Troy develops, executes, and implements the Veterans, Military, and Their Families (VMF) strategic engagement initiative. He also works with AARP State Offices on implementing VMF programs and is a frequent public speaker on topics related to veterans, especially scams and fraud.  Troy recently served as a national spokesperson for the launch of the AARP Veterans Fraud Center, a new online education and resource center to help protect veterans.

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