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Member in Focus: Patra Carroll
Patra is an IT Audit Supervisor for Maricopa County Internal Audit.  She has a bachelor's degree from Arizona State University and a master’s degree in information management from the WP Carey School of Business at ASU. She also holds a CPA, CIA, CITP, and Certified Law Enforcement Auditor certifications.  Patra has 17 years of public sector performance and IT auditing experience.  She serves on the ISACA Academic Relations Committee and the Association of Local Government Auditors Advocacy Committee.

Patra has been a member of ISACA for 5 years.  She chose ISACA as the “go-to” organization for IT audit when she changed the direction of her career from Performance to IT audit.  She appreciates the opportunities to network with others in the profession, to find out more about hot topics, and to access critical information such as COBIT Online and high quality training.

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Welcome to the ISACA Phoenix Chapter

The primary purpose of the Chapter is to promote the education of individuals for the improvement and development of their capabilities relating to the auditing of and/or management consulting in the field of Information Systems (IS) audit and control. 

OBJECTIVES

  • To promote the education of, and help expand the knowledge and skills of its members in the interrelated fields of auditing, quality assurance, security, and IS audit and control
  • To encourage a free exchange of IS audit and control, quality assurance, and security techniques, approaches, and problem solving by its members
  • To promote adequate communication to keep members abreast of current events in IS audit and control, quality assurance, and security fields that can be of benefit to them and their employers
  • To communicate to management, auditors, universities, and to IS professionals the importance of establishing controls necessary to ensure the effective organization and utilization of Information Technology (IT) resources

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