March 2018 Meeting

When:  Mar 21, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (ET)
Associated with  Triangle, Raleigh, NC

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Wednesday, March 21
Networking: 11:30 a.m.
Meeting/Luncheon: 12 p.m.

NC State University Club
4200 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27606

$25.00 per person
First Time Contractor Guest Always Free

Please Note:
If you have paid for all 2018 meetings, you must still register to attend the individual meetings.

To Register:
Send the registration form to Heather Shepherd at
For questions, call 919-604-3050.

If paying by check, please bring to luncheon.

Registration deadline is Friday, March 16

Cyber Awareness

Cybercrime is the unfortunate reality all businesses and consumers face today and the impact continues to increase year-after-year as the cyber fraud environment continues to rise. Cyber Awareness is the best line of defense to help mitigate the cyber risk and avoid future threats. This session will examine how cybercriminals obtain access to your high value data, the most common fraud tactics including the increase threat of ransomware, and get an inside look of a hacker initiating a malware attack. And, you'll learn how to identify potential red flags and best practices to safeguard your company’s sensitive information. We focus on the key risk areas for your business, and share with you the most optimal solutions.

Our Speakers

Natalie Valchar


Natalie Valchar is a Vice President and serves as a Treasury Payment Solutions Consultant for BB&T’s Triangle region, and has worked with BB&T for 5 years. She has over 25 years of Treasury Services and Cash Management banking experience in working with a wide variety of clients from local non-profits and small businesses to large, publicly traded fortune 500 companies.  Natalie has coordinated numerous treasury-related seminars to create education and awareness of the business account fraud.  She is committed to working with her clients to maximize financial system interfaces with their bank to bring about back-office efficiencies. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from The University of the South in Sewanee, TN and is a graduate of the BB&T Banking School.   She resides in Wake Forest, NC and has 3 “nearly-grown” children.

Eric Webb


Eric Webb is a member of the BB&T Treasury Technical Product Consulting team.  His primary focus is sharing knowledge with clients and helping with integrated, secure solutions related to Payables, Receivables, and Liquidity functions.  Eric joined BB&T in 2007 with an initial focus on Commercial Card. He has over 15 years of client service and consulting experience. Eric is a proud member of the Wolfpack at NC State University, and is a BB&T Process Master.  He previously served as the SME for BB&T’s virtual card payment solution, and his focus the last 5 years has been with Treasury’s integration, development, and support of paper to electronic conversion as an integral part of BB&T’s Commerce Gateway Payables.  Eric enjoys spending time with his family, scuba diving, and shooting sporting clays competitively; he lives in Wilson, NC.


NC State University Club
4200 Hillsborough Street
Raleigh, NC 27606


Heather Shepherd
(919) 604-3050