ISACA South Florida Leadership

Our dedicated committee members are here to serve your chapter

Tina Honey Position: Director of IT Governance/COBIT/Research Coordinator Sub committee: Company: Contact this member
Born and raised in Detroit, MI. Tina is an Information Technology Portfolio Manager by profession and an Author, Certified Life Coach, Entrepreneur/ Small business owner in her down time. Often described by friends as self-motivated, generous, and gregarious, Tina leverages her professional and life experiences as a certified professional life coach to help others overcome various roadblocks and tragic events so that they may achieve their full potential. Tina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Airway Computer Science from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Master’s degree in Software Management from the University of Detroit Mercy. Tina is expected to begin her Doctoral journey at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida in Cyber Security summer 2018.

Education:
Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia (Bachelor’s degree in Airway Computer Science), University of Detroit Mercy (Master’s degree in Software Management)

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ISACA

Chapter’s Committees and Their Duties


The Membership Committee Promotes interest in the Chapter, and in the Association, and conducts an ongoing membership campaign. When requested by the Association, the local Chapter, through its membership committee, shall receive and forward applications for membership to the Association.

The Education Committee:  Recommends and oversees seminars and programs of professional education

The Certification Committee Assists the Chapter Director of CGEIT, CISA, CISM, & CRISC Certifications in promoting the CGEIT, CISA and CISM examinations and professional designations locally. Provides assistance in planning and conducting Chapter’s exam review courses.

The Audit Committee :   Audits the Chapter accounts at the close of the fiscal year and to report at the annual general meeting. Members of the audit committee are selected in a manner that guards against conflict of interest.

The Long Range Planning Committee :  Reviews the affairs of the Chapter and makes recommendations to the Chapter Board and the chapter members concerning ways and means by which the Chapter’s purpose given in Article II can be met. Develops a strategic plan, to regularly review the adopted plan, and to prepare and submit plan amendments to the Chapter Board for adoption.

The Bylaws CommitteeReports to the board and shall maintain the bylaws. The bylaws committee expedites the process of changing the bylaws in accordance with Article XII of the bylaws. Assure that all proposed changes conform to any local laws, examines the consistency of the proposed changes with other provisions of the bylaws and with those of the Association. Suggests wording for proposed changes.