(Beaverton, OR) -- A former marketing manager for Beaverton-based Nike is pleading guilty in connection to a scheme to defraud the company to the tune of one-point-four-million dollars. Forty-nine-year-old Errol Andam pleaded guilty yesterday to charges of wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements. Prosecutors say Andam was in charge of designing pop-up retail shops for Nike when he got a friend to create a company to build the shops. He then secretly controlled the company and personally prepared the invoices it sent to Nike. He's also accused of diverting sales revenue from the pop-ups into his own wallet.