Forensic and Litigation Services Senior Manager Natalie Lewis received the American Institute of CPAs Standing Ovation Award during the 2019 AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Conference in Las Vegas on November 5, 2019. She’s one of 15 professionals nationwide and the only one in Georgia to receive the 2019 award that recognizes efforts to advance the Forensics Valuation profession.
Natalie Lewis has over 10 years of experience in forensic accounting, fraud investigations, and other litigation support and compliance matters. She specializes in assisting clients with calculating lost profits and other damages, completing internal investigations, calculating business interruption claims, and providing other forensic accounting analysis. Read more about Natalie’s professional expertise.
Natalie serves in Windham Brannon’s Forensic and Litigation Advisory Services practice area. Learn more about Windham Brannon’s offerings in ensuring company assets are safe and financial information is secure.
About the AICPA’s Standing Ovation Program
The Standing Ovation Program recognizes young CPAs holding the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) or Accredited in Business Valuation (ABV) specialty credentials who have exhibited exemplary personal achievement according to an AICPA press release. This year’s class, who were honored today during the AICPA Forensic and Valuation Services Conference in Las Vegas, were recognized for their efforts to advance the FVS profession.
“It’s an honor to recognize this outstanding class of ‘Standing Ovation’ recipients who are becoming leaders in the forensic and valuation services arena and contributing time and energy to their communities,” said Barbara Andrews, director of forensics, technology, and management consulting for the Association. “They have offered their time to benefit their communities and the profession in a variety of ways, including volunteering at a variety of nonprofit organizations, speaking to local CPA groups, serving as a volunteer expert to legal organizations and guest lecturing in college accounting classes.”