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Rose M. Littlejohn
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Rose M. Littlejohn, DM, CFE​​

SNG ​Keynote Speaker

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Rose M. Littlejohn,
PwC


​Rose Littlejohn is currently the Managing Director for Business Services at PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) responsible for the US Security, Meeting and Events Services, and US Travel. Ms. Littlejohn is responsible for the strategic design and implementation of the firm's travel & meetings program, crisis management, background screening, physical security, information security, travel security, and security awareness programs.​​

Prior to joining PricewaterhouseCoopers, Ms. Littlejohn was the Director Global Security and Ethics Officer for American Standard Co. Within this role, she was responsible for security operations in over 30 countries. Her accomplishments include the design and implementation of a global background investigation and drug-free workplace program, workplace violence, security guard management and the Corporate Ethics and Compliance program. Within this role, Rose presented to Senior Management Leadership Committee and the Board of Directors.

Prior to joining American Standards Co., Ms Littlejohn was the Global Security Senior Manager responsib​le for Europe and Africa at Avon Products. Within this role, she designed and implemented global physical security standards, crisis management and disaster recovery programs. Rose conducted complex investigations in Poland, Russia and South Africa that resulted in recognition from Senior Management. She participated as a key team member in the resolution of lengthy and complex kidnappings overseas.

Ms Littlejohn holds a Bachelorate degree in Business Management, a Master in Business Administration and Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. She is also a graduate of the Cornell University College Program. Ms Littlejohn holds the designation of a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Ms Littlejohn serves on the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of USA (2017) and on the Girl Scouts of Greater New York serves as Board Chair (2016-Present) and Board President (2012-2016). She serves on the Advisory Board of Pace University’s Management for Safety and Homeland Security Professionals (2010-present) and Advisory Board for the Dyson’s School of Pace University (2013-present). She served as the Chairperson on the Secretary of State’s Overseas Security Advisory for Security Awareness and Innovation (2003-2006) and is a member of the Domestic Security Advisory Council (DSAC). She served as the Chairperson for the Economic Crime Council, American Society of Industrial Security and also was the Program Leader for the International Security Management's Association (ISMA) Georgetown University’s Leadership Program. Additionally, she served on the Board of Directors of International Security Management Association
(ISMA) (2008-2012; 2017).

Rose has consulted with The Conference Board on Women & Travel Security Programs and has authored an article entitled
"Women at Work" and Making a Place for Ethics.