Expert 2733 is the founder and principal of a forensic and advisory company based in McLean, Virginia. She has over 16 years of diversified experience in public, corporate, non-profit accounting and litigation consulting. Expert 2733 specialize in forensic accounting and damages analysis. She has advised counsel and clients on a variety of damages issues related to breach of contract, underreporting of sales, divorce engagements, and economic losses. Prior to that, she served as a Senior Forensic Accountant at a prestigious law firm in Washington, D.C. There, she worked with the Franchise and Distribution practice group analyzing and writing reports on underreporting of sales and actively assists lawyers in all aspects of their cases.
In addition to being a licensed CPA, Expert 2733 is also a certified fraud examiner (CFE). A significant portion of her work has involved the forensic analysis of financial statements, tax returns, and other accounting records. She also has extensive experience advising senior management teams on business process improvements, risk management and she is also Sarbanes Oxley (SOX)-certified. Currently, she is working towards her accreditation for ABV (Accredited Business Valuation) designation.
Supervised and performed investigative accounting services on damage cases such as breach of contract, underreporting of sales, embezzlement, and criminal fraud trials and claims.
Supervised and performed reconstruction of accounting records as a result of theft, floods, and fire.
Performed investigative accounting services, including tracing of funds, on the assets of marital estates in divorce cases
Performed analyses of monthly cash flows for use in a divorce settlement.
Reconstructed financial statements from source documents so as to resolve ambiguities in financial summaries.
Reviewed financial records.
Prepared and responded to interrogatories.
Assisted with depositions.
Evaluated opposing expert’s reports.
Produced expert report and trial exhibits.
Involved extensively in administrating and accounting for Chapter 7 and 11 cases.
Performed insolvency/solvency analyses.
Performed an asset tracing analyses related to cash held in a trust.
Calculated the lost profit calculations due to business interruptions for physicians, retail, and manufacturing companies.
Prepared reports for insurance companies and expert testimony detailing lost business profit calculations due to water damage and employee theft.
Determined the reasonableness of royalties.
B.S. in Accounting, George Mason University 1989
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), 1994
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), 2005
Sarbanes-Oxley (CSOX) certified, 2007
Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 1989-present
Member of Association of Certified Fraud Examiner, 2003-present
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