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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Tennessee chapter learning events will be announced soon.

ACAMS Middle Tennessee Chapter seeks to create a community of dedicated AML/CTF experts by developing and strengthening relationships among local financial crime professionals and to provide that community with knowledge, skills and expertise.

Upcoming Tennessee chapter learning events will be announced soon.

Lunch and Learn: “Bank Against Modern Slavery”


  • Joann Alicea, Public speaker and Investigator of Human Trafficking
  • Jill Rutter, Director of Community Outreach, End Slavery TN

September Learning Event & Breakfast

A huge thank you to Richard Sullivan, Division Director for Robert Half Management Resources, for taking time out of his busy schedule to speak to our chapter on the growth and demand of AML professionals in 2017. As the AML regulations continue to evolve, the need for such expertise expands as well. However, this increased demand is yielding a short supply since AML professionals are hard to find. What does this mean for you as an AML professional? You have the power to possibly write your own ticket to a rewarding AML career! Having a CAMS certification is sure to boost you to the top of the hiring list so don’t miss out on our next chapter event to find out how you can get certified and become a chapter member!

Why transnational criminal enterprises are targeting organizations in Nashville? Are we prepared or the next victim?


Scott Augenbaum, Supervisory Special Agent, FBI
Mike Rodriguez, Chapter Development Manager, ACAMS



Middle Tennessee Chapter Launch Event

Mid-Tennessee ACAMS Chapter Launch Event

FATF & Real Estate

Jeannie Guillory

Jeannie Guillory
Mid-Tennessee ACAMS Chapter
Chapter Co-Chair

Jeannie has 12 years of experience in banking and finance through various roles, including 5 years of experience as a certified ACAMS professional. Currently, she is an AML Monitoring & Surveillance Analyst for UBS with a focus on analyzing high-risk wire activity within correspondent banking. Prior to joining the Financial Crimes team of UBS, Jeannie was hired to provide her expertise as a BSA/AML Specialist to strengthen and develop the BSA/AML program at a financial institution in South Louisiana to help address program deficiencies identified by the regulators. She has experience establishing policies and procedures, performing internal audits, as well as investigating fraud and money laundering at several levels. A graduate of Indiana State University, Jeannie holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensic Investigations and a minor in Forensic Accounting.

Carolyn Vick

Carolyn Vick, CAMS
Mid-Tennessee ACAMS Chapter
Chapter Co-Chair

With experience in US domestic and international banking, Carolyn retired from JPMorgan in 2015 to form her own consulting business. Prior to returning to the US from the Netherlands in 2011, she was a founding partner in international KYC, and the Global Risk Officer for AML Operations at ABN Amro Bank. Her experience within the financial industry spans more than 30 years, with both client- facing and risk management roles in the US, Germany, Aruba and the Netherlands.

During her tenure with JPMorgan, she had global responsibility for KYC Procedures and Training for the Corporate and Investment Bank and launched the “Know Your Vendor” program for the business. She represented JPMorgan to work with SWIFT and other banks to create and launch the SWIFT KYC Registry, as well as working with the DTCC and the other founding banks to launch Clarient. She was also instrumental in establishing the ACAMS Chapter in the Netherlands – the first European chapter outside of London. An accomplished trainer and published author of several articles, she has spoken at money-laundering conferences in London, Amsterdam, New York and Miami.

A graduate of SUNY Albany, she is a Certified Anti Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a Certified Cash Manager (CCM), based in Nashville.

Luke Johnson

Luke Johnson, CAMS
Mid-Tennessee ACAMS Chapter
Chapter Treasurer

A native of Nebraska, Luke began his AML career 14 years ago in brokerage services and he is currently an Associate Director with UBS Investment Bank in Nashville. His extensive experience with FINRA regulation compliance covers the spectrum of AML work – training; quality assurance; audits; development and maintenance of policies and procedures; review and investigation of suspicious transactions; and liaising with both the front and back offices of the business. He and his current team have operational responsibility of AML transaction surveillance on correspondent and investment bank relationships.

Luke also served as a Platoon Leader and 1st Lieutenant in the Nebraska National Guard, and is currently a 1st Lieutenant with the Tennessee National Guard, 230th Engineering Battalion.

In addition to receiving his Bachelor of Science from Grace University in Omaha, NE, Luke has completed several military leadership courses, consistently graduating at the top of his class.

Amy Greene

Amy G. Greene, CAMS
Mid-Tennessee ACAMS Chapter
Chapter Membership Director

Amy has 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, with the past 13 years being focused on AML/BSA roles. Currently a Supervisor with KraftCPAS, PLLC, she performs audits for bank clients, covering all consumer compliance regulations. A graduate of Freed-Hardeman University, Amy began her career as a Credit Analyst and Loan Officer. She has worked for NorWest Financial, The Hardin County Bank and Community First Bank. In addition to the CAMS certification, she has also earned a CRCM certification through the Institute of Certified Bankers and the CCBCO through the Independent Community Bankers of America.

Toni Weirauch

Sharon Wilson

Sharon Wilson is a Senior Risk Compliance Officer with First Horizon/First Tennessee Bank’s Financial Crimes Unit. She manages the BSA/AML Compliance policies, procedures, and governance-related activities, including risk assessments, training, and reporting. Previously, Sharon served as Senior Compliance Officer for FTN Financial, a subsidiary of First Tennessee Bank, where she was responsible for the MSRB Rules and GSA compliance testing programs, and spent eight years within First Horizon’s Audit & Assurance Services, focusing on the capital markets, wealth management, and trust areas.

Prior to First Horizon, Sharon spent five years in pharmaceutical and medical sales, and three years as a municipal finance consultant for Ernst & Young, LLP. A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Sharon holds an M.B.A., Master of Accountancy, and Bachelor of Arts in English. She is a Certified Internal Auditor, a Certified Securities Operations Professional, and a 2016 graduate of First Horizon’s Emerging Leaders Program.

Promise Nevers

Promise Nevers, CAMS
Chapter Programming Director

After serving for four years in the Air Force and then working at Cape Canaveral, FL, Promise joined Wells Fargo in the audit function in 2008. She was quickly promoted to Senior Auditor. Her responsibilities included leading the implementation of a comprehensive Management Information System in response to one of the Consent Order articles. She played a key role in the merger of Wachovia and Wells Fargo banks, steering the audit functions to ensure accuracy and quality control.

Her knowledge spans US, Swiss and international accounting and financial reporting requirements, systems and regulatory standards, including SOX. Currently with UBS in Nashville, Promise acts as the U.S. Branch Controller with responsibility for the oversight of daily, monthly and quarterly financial analysis and reporting.

A graduate of Park University, she holds a BS in Management/Accounting and an MBA in Finance.