Everyone time someone asks me what I do I try to give the 30 second elevator speech on being a certified fraud examiner. What happens though is that when I talk about working with people who have been embezzled especially by a trusted female employee that is what gets them interested. It seems as though everyone knows someone who has either been ripped off by a Pink Collar Criminal or is the victim themselves of a Pink Collar Criminal. This is what keeps me going. I think the term Pink Collar Crime is gaining momentum. Professor Kelly Pope of DePaul University has just launched a new website: www.looplearning.net. Check it out. And additionally Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crimes is a documentary that has recently come out. In March Professor Pope has another Crossing the Line: Pink Collar Crimes. I am happy to see that other people are just as interested in Pink Collar Crime as I am. I am going to be interviewed by Professor Pope for her upcoming article in the Journal of Accountancy about Pink Collar Criminals. Stay tuned.