Ralph Q. Summerford is the president of Forensic Strategic Solutions, LLC. Mr. Summerford has a broad range of forensic expertise, testifying as an expert witness in federal and state courts on matters involving complicated financial transaction, including fraud, economic damages, business valuation, bankruptcy and accountants’ malpractice.
Kelly J. Todd is a managing member and the member in charge of forensic investigations at Forensic Strategic Solutions, LLC. Ms. Todd has a broad range of forensic experience including financial and white‐collar investigations, fraudulent financial reporting, accountants’ malpractice, and the calculation of economic damages.
William C. Dameworth is a managing member of Forensic Strategic Solutions and the director of valuation services. He manages the North Carolina offices.
Lindsay H. Gill is the director of forensic technology at Forensic Strategic Solutions, LLC. Ms. Gill has a breadth of experience in data analytics, computer forensics, internal investigations, antifraud programs and controls, fraud vulnerability assessments, and investigative financial consulting.
Lisa G. Miller, director of litigation services, has a broad range of experience in dispute and litigation services involving complex financial transactions, including contract disputes, accounting issues, intellectual property damages, lost profits and lost business value.
Kelly Schmid, director of valuation services, has provided a broad range of valuation services including valuations for shareholder and partnership disputes, shareholder and partnership buyouts/squeeze-outs, divorce/equitable distribution, and other litigated valuation matters, active/passive analyses, establishing value for buy-sell agreements, gift and estate tax matters, purchase price allocation, intangible assets, goodwill impairment testing, exit strategy planning, and mergers and acquisitions.
Erica S. Hale is a forensic analyst and investigative accountant with a broad range of experience in dispute and litigation consulting involving complex financial transactions, including economic damages, financial and securities-related investigations, contract disputes, lost profits and intellectual property damages.
Leslie P. Littrell is a forensic and investigative accountant that specializes in the areas of fraud examination, forensic accounting and litigation consulting. Her experience as a paralegal has provided her a keen attention to detail that enhances her abilities as a fraud investigator.
Reauchann Richardson is a forensic and investigative accountant that specializes in the areas of fraud examination, forensic accounting, data analytics and litigation consulting. Her experience as an internal auditor provide her with a strong foundation of analytical and critical thinking, which aligns well with her role as a forensic investigator.
Wade Morgan, president/CEO at Alabama Forensic Data Services, Inc., serves as a professional partner and computer forensics advisor to FSS.
Dr. Richard Turpen, associate professor in the Department of Accounting at Auburn University Montgomery serves as a consultant and technical advisor to FSS on matters related to accounting and auditing, specifically as it relates to an auditor’s responsibilities to detect fraud, Sarbanes-Oxley (“SOX”) and other risk management issues.
SecurIT360 serves as a professional partner and IT security advisor to FSS on matters relating to cyber risk management and security. SecurIT360 advises public and private entities, providing them with a comprehensive outlook to secure IT systems and risk mitigation to protect against critical security weaknesses in an organization’s technology infrastructure.