HOUSTON, TX – Sharon Cheatheam, SDA Houston Chapter President and Office Manager of Wallace Garcia Wilson Architects, Inc announces that the Society for Design Administration Houston Chapter is sponsoring a seminar on “Identity Theft -More Than a Financial Risk”, by Jessei Malntire at 1:00am -2:00 pm Friday, August 19th, 2011 at Upper Kirby District Conference Room (Main Floor) 3015 Richmond Avenue. Limited seating so RSVP soon.

Jessei MacIntire has an extensive background in the corporate world working in the legal, education, and human resources field but most recently as a private investigator. As a private investigator she provided pre-employment background checks as a beneficial service to employers. During the past 8 years as an investigator, Jessei realized the growing nuisance of Identity Theft and the real threat it poses to people of every age. One of her passions is to educate everyone on the face that identity thieves do not discriminate. Jessei has been a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Business Network International, Saguaro Rotary, Key-Group Women’s Network, Northern Pima County Chamber of Commerce and Arizona Association of Licensed Private Investigators.

Identity Theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in America today; in fact, according to the Federal Trade Commission, an estimated 9 million Americans have their identities stolen each year.

Program Fee $15.00 members and $25.00 non members. This will be 1.0 AIA Learning Units for Interior Designers, Architects, Engineers, Designers and other Professionals. RSVP by noon on Tuesday, August 18, 2011, to Rhonda Holcomb @ Make checks payable to SDA Houston Chapter, P. O. Box 272807, Houston, TX 77277-2807. No fault cancellations will be accepted 48 hours in advance. No shows will be billed. For more information on this seminar or Society for Design Administrators, please contact: Sharon Cheatheam, 713.993.0439 x10, Rhonda Holcomb, or Melinda Broderhausen

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