Monday, August 6, 2012

California Authorities Investigating Possible $2 Million Embezzlement At Non-Profit

Valley Light Industries, an Irwindale, California-based non-profit set up to assist children with developmental disabilities, has reported a possible embezzlement of as much as $2 million.  Authorities are now investigating the allegations, which focus on the non-profit's former CEO, Pamela Hayes, who ran the organization for several years.  Developing...

Read the story here.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This woman Ms Hayes should NEVER!!! work in Human services again as she betrayed the trust of those she was supposed to serve.

Anonymous said...

Ms Hayes relocated to Buffalo NY jan 2012 and was hired as the CEO of Southeast works Depew Ny (human service agency) she intentionally covered up what had happened at VLI as the Board of directors never looked into her career at VLI as per Ms Hayes request. It goes to show you some boards Southeast works are incompetent. She was terminated in mid year 2012

Anonymous said...

Be very careful potential employers if interested in hiring Ms Pamela Hayes former CEO Valley light industries California and Southeast works Depew Ny as she should not have sole access to the finances of your company.

Anonymous said...

Be very careful potential employers if interested in hiring Ms Pamela Hayes former CEO Valley light industries California and Southeast works Depew Ny as she should not have sole access to the finances of your company.

Rich P. said...

As they say at Southeast Works Pam moved on to other opportunities.

Maureen Rivera said...

Did Pam Hayes ever get charged/fined/prisoner for allegations of embezzlement from VLI? Where there is smoke there is fire and Southeast was smoking. The sad fact is she moved on and can embezzle from another company. Maureen

Rich Perry said...

Pam Hayes reputation has been damaged as a result of her actions now she will have to live with those consequences.

Anonymous said...

Hi Maureen Rivera, Southeast works still has not recovered from there loss of you and the other nurses that were with you in 2012. Residential is a complete mess.Hope you are doing well.