Amy L. Slevinski

Amy L. Slevinski



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Amy is a director with Baker Tilly’s forensic, litigation and valuation services practice. With more than 20 years of experience in forensic investigations, compliance, fraud risk management and digital forensics. She specializes in serving not-for-profit, higher education and public sector clients yet also has experience assisting clients in a variety of other industries.

Amy leads complex forensic investigations and fraud risk assessments and consults on digital forensics, and e-discovery needs such as the acquisition, preservation and analysis of electronic evidence in support of investigations or litigation. Prior to joining Baker Tilly, Amy worked for the forensic practices of global accounting and advisory firms.

  • Led an investigation of allegations of asset misappropriation by the founder and executive director of a not-for-profit organization that was perpetrated over the course of several years. The individual admitted to misusing organizational funds for personal benefit. Analyzed financial data and records to quantify the potential loss
  • Managed a year-long investigation of alleged fraud and embezzlement by a municipal employee. Led a large team in a complex investigation. Created a data testing methodology to assess ten years of accounts payable transaction data to determine pool of transactions at highest risk for fraud; examined the associated accounts payable files for indicia of fraud; assessed internal controls to identify gaps that may have contributed to the ability to commit fraud; authored a report presented to county attorney. Employee pled guilty to federal and state charges and was sentenced to serve prison time
  • Performed a high profile investigation on behalf of a higher education institution to identify indicators of potential fraud or misconduct by academic departments as it pertained to the athletic eligibility of students. Consolidated and analyzed over ten million records of operational, academic and financial data to identify anomalies and trends, and presented report of findings to the institution’s general counsel
  • Managed four separate investigations on behalf of the city solicitor and a commissioner for a small municipality. Created data testing methodology to assess three years of lien, foreclosure, and loan transactions at highest risk for fraud or misconduct; analyzed available support documentation for each transaction to assess its appropriateness and completeness in accordance with relevant policies and procedures; authored reports to the city solicitor and presented findings before the city commissioners in a public meeting. Testified in an administrative employment hearing on behalf of the client pertaining to the findings of one of the investigations. Findings in two of the other investigations led to government agency referrals: one for additional investigation by the Office of Inspector General for a federal agency and the other to a state police agency
  • Performed fraud risk assessments for clients including financial services, telecommunications and travel companies. Casework consisted of assessing anti-fraud programs and controls, facilitating fraud awareness and training and developing reporting processes and procedures
  • Managed data analytics cases involving millions of records, to detect potential indicators of fraud or misconduct. Cases include the implementation of continuous monitoring programs. Clients have included public sector, higher education and financial services companies

• Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

  • “Fraud and Internal Controls,” co-presenter, Baker Tilly Not-for-Profit Workshop, 2022 and 2023
  • “Deciphering Elizabeth Holmes: What went wrong?”, moderator, Baker Tilly Fraud Summit, 2022
  • “Leveraging Data in Investigations,” presenter, Baker Tilly Fraud Summit, 2022
  • “Data and Compliance: What you don’t know can hurt you,” co-presenter, Baker Tilly Fraud Summit, 2021
  • “Data Analytics in Fraud Prevention, Detection, and Investigation,” co-presenter, Association of University and College Auditors Midyear Conference, 2017 and 2018
  • “From Wedding Bells to Prison Cells: A Case Study in Not-for-Profit Diversion of Assets,” co-presenter, U.S. Trust/Bank of America Webinar Series, 2014
  • “Taking the Fear out of IT Fraud,” co-presenter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners – D.C. Chapter, 2014
  • “Don’t Forget Your Deposition is in the Morning! Are You Ready?”, co-presenter, National Association of Construction Auditors Annual Conference, 2012
  • “Computer Forensics – Process and Pitfalls,” co-presenter, Women in eDiscovery – D.C. Chapter Meeting, 2007
  • “Data Speaks: What Does It Say About Your Organization?”, author, Protiviti KnowledgeLeader© series, 2006


Washington, DC


Master of Forensic Science in high technology crime investigation

George Washington University

Bachelor of Science in business management

University of Pittsburgh at Bradford