Consultant, Veris from Ocean Tomo
“I enjoy that no day is ever the same because I get to work with dynamic, inquisitive teams on a variety of cases.”Reston
+1 703 654 1456
Forensic Accounting, Economic Damages, Accounting & Auditing
Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing with Accounting Concentration & Masters in Accounting, The College of William & Mary
Fluent In Spanish, Hispanic Studies Major, Hispanic Studies Honor Society
Kathryn is a Consultant in the Financial Forensics practice working out of the Reston office. Kathryn provides litigation support and forensic accounting consulting services, including financial statement analysis, the application of generally accepted accounting principles, regulatory compliance, valuation, calculations of economic damages, evaluation of complex accounting and financial issues, and identification of key underlying facts and trends. Her casework frequently involves research related to GAAP, GAAS, PCAOB standards and industry-specific authoritative literature. Kathryn is responsible for assisting counsel with document review and discovery, preparation of expert reports, and analysis of opposing experts’ reports. Her recent experience includes calculating economic damages resulting from an alleged partial breach of contract between multiple nuclear utilities and the United States Department of Energy.
Kathryn earned a Masters in Accounting with an Audit and Assurance Emphasis and a BBA in Marketing with an Accounting concentration and a double major in Hispanic Studies from the College of William & Mary. She is fluent in Spanish and was a four year, Division I college athlete in cross country and track and field. Kathryn has passed the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) exam in Virginia and is awaiting licensure.