Nick Chavis

Director

Overview

Nick is a Director in Clearview’s Risk Advisory Practice, and also plays an integral role in helping to guide Clearview’s go-to-market strategy and general business development efforts. Client relationship management and collaboration are a priority for Nick as he advises executive management teams on ways to address deficiencies and improve processes. Prior to joining Clearview, Nick was a Chief Audit Executive (CAE) for a large security software company. While there, he established the company’s Enterprise Risk Management program, which led to developing an internal audit function, business continuity program and anti-corruption program. He also oversaw the SOX and DCAA compliance programs.

Nick is a Member of the Board of Governors for the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), where he also served as Past President; a Member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), Baltimore Chapter; a Member of the Board of Directors for the Calvert Hall Cardinal Soccer Association; and a Coach for the Baltimore Union Soccer Club.

Education

Nick attended Towson University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting.

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