David M. Shapiro serves as a Distinguished Lecturer and Coordinator of the Fraud Examination and Financial Forensics program and was formerly Deputy Director of the Advanced Certificate in Forensic Accounting program under the Master of Public Administration – Inspection and Oversight degree at CUNY’s John Jay College of Criminal Justice, teaching fraud examination, financial forensics, and managerial inspection and oversight-related courses at the graduate and undergraduate levels under the Department of Public Management. He has published articles in the areas of accounting, finance, and risk management. Among his published works is a special chapter for the book “How They Got Away with It: White Collar Criminals and the Financial Meltdown”.
David is a financial and nonfinancial due diligence specialist. He is also an expert on financial investigations and law enforcement. His extensive background includes work as an FBI special agent and assistant legal advisor, an assistant prosecutor in Essex County, NJ, and the Global Practice Leader at Aon’s Corporate Investigative Solutions–where he led investigations of financial crimes. In brief, David has focused on conduct and financial crime risks, including the use of financial metrics to prevent and detect organizational and occupational frauds.