Daniel E. Worrell, MPA, CFE, CRMA

Daniel E. Worrell, MPA, CFE, CRMA
National Treasurer

 


Daniel E. Worrell, MPA, CFE, CRMA, is currently serving as the National Treasurer and he has served in various NABA capacities at the student, local, regional and national levels including Eastern Region President, Regional Resource Development Director, New York Chapter’s President, Vice President and Director, and Treasurer for Medgar Evers College. Daniel is also a Past President of the New York State Internal Control Association (NYSICA).  He is also a Board Member of the Charles T. Davidson Scholarship Fund, and was a former Treasurer for the Alumni Association of Medgar Evers College, Inc.  Daniel recognizes that many organizations are questioning the relevance of diversity in today’s environment. Daniel unwavering commitment to diversity and strengthening the profession is noted in his service as a business school advisory board member and involvement with the state society diversity council. He brings all of his rich experiences to the Association to ensure its continued growth and success.

Daniel has twenty plus years of progressive experience in audit, internal controls and operational risk management with such organizations as the Office of the New York State Comptroller, a local public accounting firm, Avon Products, Time Warner and AIG. His current focus is on operations risk management and improving the effectiveness of internal controls designed to mitigate operational and financial risk. His current role is with the NYS Metropolitan Transportation Authority as Deputy Chief Risk Officer and serves as the Internal Control Officer for the MTA Capital Construction.

Daniel’s educational credentials include an A.S. in Business and a B.S. in Accounting from Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York (CUNY) and a Master of Public Administration in Financial Management from Marist College. Additionally, Daniel is a Certified Fraud Examiner and holds a Certification in Risk Management Assurance.

Daniel has received several NABA awards that include the 2016 National Achievement in Government, 2015 New York Chapter’s Lifetime Member of the Year, and 2011 Eastern Region’s Chapter President of Year.  In addition, Daniel was Medgar Evers College’s 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.  He has also been profiled in the ACFE 2016 First Quarter Anti-Fraud Resource Guide, Medgar Evers College Alumni in 2015, and Spectrum, The Official Journal of the NABA, in 2011.  

Years of NABA Membership: 20+ Years
(Lifetime Member since 2005)