Director of Analysis, CINTOC
Kathleen is a leading authority on transnational organized crime networks in sub-Saharan Africa. She has developed and provided on-the-job training to analysts across the continent, instructing them in complex link and network analysis. Previously, Kathleen consulted to the U.S. intelligence, law enforcement, and military communities. Her work focused on illicit networks, money laundering and financial analytics.
She supported counter threat finance missions in Afghanistan and Pakistan and gathered and analyzed financial data about crime and terror networks in the Levant, Africa, and Central Asia. Kathleen authored comprehensive reports utilizing a variety of research tools to include raw and incomplete data sources, and produced financial reporting from raw financial data and document exploitation.
Inspector General (retired), Tanzanian Police, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Director, Policy & Research, GIABA
Honorary Lecturer, University College London (UCL)
Professor of Criminology, Northumbria University
Associate Professor, Universidade Federal da Paraiba / Federal University of Paraiba (Brazil)
Senior Cyber Partner, Deloitte
New Jersey State Police (Retired)
Consultant and Director, Informed Solutions to Economic Crime in Africa (ISECA)
Researcher, Center for Studies on Transnational Organized Crime (CeCOT), IRI, UNLP.
Professor of Criminology, University of Macao, Macao SAR, China
Senior Advisor, Austrian Institute for European and Security Policy