Anne is the President of Capitol Financial Forensics & Accounting LLC, an accounting firm offering a full range of forensic accounting services to investigate, prevent, detect and deter fraud. Until November 2014, she was the Director of Fraud Risk Management at AARP in Washington, DC, where she directed comprehensive forensic investigations, performed enterprise-wide fraud risk assessments, conducted fraud awareness training, and directed fraud monitoring projects. She has over seven years of public accounting experience in the Forensic Services practices of "Big Four" accounting firms, where she worked closely with the Office of General Counsel and outside counsel, leading the forensic accounting component of complex financial investigations and dispute matters. During that time, she worked with the audit teams of SEC registrants as the fraud subject matter expert, analyzing financial statements and interviewing corporate executives to appropriately consider fraud in the course of the audit. She has led fraud and misconduct investigations related to financial reporting, misappropriation of assets and corruption involving CEO's, CFO's, Treasurers, and Senior Vice Presidents. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Maryland and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Johns-Hopkins University. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Maryland, a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), is Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) by the AICPA, and holds the Chartered Global Management Accountant Designation (CGMA) from the AICPA. Anne is a volunteer Social Security Administration Representative Payee, FINRA Arbitrator,a member of the NASDAQ Listing Qualifications Hearing Panel and a member of the Disciplinary Hearings Panel for the Nasdaq OMX PHLX Futures Exchange. She is on the Advisory Board of the Representative Payee Program of the Department of Social Services in Anne Arundel County, Maryland.