Heidi Lloce Mendoza, former Undersecretary General for Internal Oversight Services of the United Nations and Commissioner of the Philippine Commission on Audit returns to ADB to talk about her new book: "Audit is Life", share some stories during audit but not included in the Audit Report. With a slight twist, she used those stories to reflect on life and explore some ways by which it can be audited. She used to be an employee of the Asian Development Bank until she chose to resign in order to testify on a widely celebrated case of corruption in the military. She is a Certified Public Accountant, a mother of three, a passionate good governance advocate, and a well known lecturer who write "tagalog" poems and paint during her free time. She had her first solo exhibit in 2017 at the Vienna International Convention Center. In 2003, she wrote a book titled A Guide in the Investigation of Common Procurement Fraud and Irregularities.