Lindsay Gill is the director of forensic technology and has deep knowledge in data analytics, internal investigations, anti fraud programs and controls fraud vulnerability assessments and investigative financial consulting. She has extensive experience with the latest data mining, data preparation and visualization methods to detect fraud, waste and abuse. She has conducted forensic investigations for both publicly and closely held businesses in many industries, local and municipal governments and public school systems. She works closely with plaintiff and defense attorneys, corporate boards and governmental agencies and has experience with investigative financial consulting in both civil and criminal proceedings. She is a frequent guest lecturer on a variety of fraud-related topics including the use of data mining tools to detect fraud, electronic evidence and discovery and internal investigations.
Professional Designations and Certifications
CFE: Certified Fraud Examiner, 2004
- Forensic and investigative accounting
- Bankruptcy and insolvency
- Fraud examinations
- Investigative financial consulting
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Gill was an internal auditor at a major health care conglomerate. Her duties included evaluation of the adequacy, effectiveness and compliance with the system of internal controls, recommendations to management for the correction of internal control deficiencies improvement of operations and reductions in cost.
- Member, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Civic & Community Engagement
- Member, Rotaract Club of Birmingham, 2008-2013.
- Former Vice President and Secretary, Rotaract Club of Birmingham Foundation, 2008-2010.
- Former Communications Director of the Rotaract Club of Birmingham, 2009-2010.
- Bachelor of Science, Commerce and Business Administration, University of Alabama, 2000
- Accounting Equivalency, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2006
Representative Seminars and Lectures
- Using Digital Evidence and Data Analysis Techniques to Detect Fraud, University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Computer Forensic Class, Birmingham, AL
- Fraud Examination and Forensic Accounting, University of Alabama at Birmingham’s Intro to Computer Forensics Class, Birmingham, AL
- Electronic Discovery: Discovering Hidden Data, The Birmingham Bar Association, Birmingham, AL