Verisqil

Verisqil specializes in building multi-disciplinary communities and constructing certification, training, specialized information and networking services and products to enhance the skills, knowledge, networks of the members of these communities.

The crucial service that associations formed by Verisqil provide is a rigorous certification process, including a proctored psychometrically-sound examination that validates the specialized knowledge and skills of the specialists who work in the pertinent fields.

A hallmark of the associations formed by Verisqil is that they encompass private and public sector specialists worldwide who work in the legal, technology, compliance, enforcement and other professional communities.

The certification process followed by Verisqil adheres to top psychometric principles, as enunciated by the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (formerly the National Organization for Competency Assurance).

Verisqil is headquartered in Miami and is led by professionals who have decades of experience in the legal, public accounting, association management and compliance communities in the public and private sectors.

Charles A. Intriago

Martha W. BarnettCharles Intriago is co-founder of the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists. He is known for his pioneering work in the field of money laundering controls. He launched Money Laundering Alert in 1989, a newsletter that evolved into a business that included moneylaundering.com as well as seminars and international conferences in the United States and around the globe that drew tens of thousands of professionals.

In 2001, he co-founded, with Joy Meason Intriago, the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), which is the world’s leading credentialing organization for private and public sector persons in the anti-money laundering field. They also formed the International Association for Asset Recovery in 2008.

Early in his career he was Chief Counsel to an oversight subcommittee of the US House of Representatives, which oversaw the operations of the US Department of Justice, Treasury Department, Federal Reserve, FDIC and other agencies. He also served as Special Counsel on Organized Crime for the State of Florida where he drafted the Statewide Grand Jury Law.

He has substantial litigation experience having served as an Assistant US Attorney and as a capital partner at McDermott Will & Emery.

He earned his law degree at the University of Florida, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the law review, and his BA at Florida State University. He is a native of Ecuador and fluent in Spanish.

Joy Meason-Intriago

Martha W. BarnettA Certified Public Accountant and Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at the Intriago Group, she spent ten years as Senior Manager at Ernst and Young and Manager at PriceWaterhouse Coopers advising a variety of businesses and executives.

She created the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS) in 2001, the world’s leading credentialing organization for private and public sectors persons in the anti-money laundering field. ACAMS now has 10,000 members in 120 countries, including 7,000 professionals who earned the CAMS credential.

At ACAMS and Alert Global Media, Inc., she was Director of Business Development and Vice President and managed major international conferences that drew tens of thousands of attorneys, bankers, law enforcement officials and United States regulators over 15 years.

She co-founded the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and the International Association for Asset Recovery (IAAR).

Through attention to detail and driving organizations to provide the highest quality information, training and credentialing, she assures that the associations formed by the Intriago Group gain the respect, loyalty and affinity of their professional members.

She earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Finance from Florida International University and a BBA Degree in Accounting from Georgia State University. She is active in community and charitable organizations in Miami including Kristi House, Take Stock in Children and the Community Partnership for the Homeless.