Kroll’s experienced leaders help clients make confident decisions about people, assets, and operations across the globe, delivering investigative, cyber security, business intelligence, due diligence, security risk management and compliance services.
Heads of Global Offices
“I have been with Kroll for 13 years, working in New York, Singapore, and Mumbai. I have learned greatly from the deep expertise of the local staff, the variety of cases and clients, and each region’s socio-political climate.”
“During my 27 years here we have raised 2 boys and Kroll has been a very family friendly company, long before many companies learned it is smart to be flexible. ”
“Kroll has offered me much more than a career. I can’t think of any other job where you will have the opportunity to make a small but real difference to your team, your clients, and the world every day.
“Although Kroll is a global firm, my colleagues across the world have supported me like a real family since I joined 6 years ago. I am always inspired by my friendly colleagues, clients in various industries, and challenging projects.”
“Having worked for many years in countries with a relatively low representation of women in senior roles, I have come to appreciate enormously the courage and innovation shown by Kroll in appointing me to its leadership team.”
Kroll is a proud supporter of Women in Cyber
Women in Cyber Alliance
The mission of our group is to bring together women who are established thought leaders as well as new additions to the cyber security industry to share their knowledge, experiences and insights, to help each other develop a more comprehensive understanding of current and upcoming cyber security issues, and to increase each other’s confidence when addressing technology related-challenges.
These women come from diverse backgrounds in legal, insurance, corporate, and professional services companies. For more information on the group, interested professionals should contact Jennifer Rothstein at Kroll.
NYU Cyber Security Awareness Week
Kroll is a proud sponsor of the NYU Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) conference preparing students with the knowledge and skills to shape the future of the cyber security industry.
Women in Cyber Conference
The WiCyS initiative was launched in 2013 with support from a National Science Foundation grant for a collaborative project between Tennessee Tech, University of Memphis and Jackson State Community College. Since then, with support from various industry, government and academic partners like Kroll, WiCyS has become a continuing effort to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. It brings together women (students/faculty/researchers/professionals) in cybersecurity from academia, research and industry for sharing of knowledge/experience, networking and mentoring.
Kroll Discusses Cyber Security at IBA
This International Women’s Day, Kroll’s cybersecurity expert, Mari DeGrazia, joins a group of women partners of top multinational law firms for a cybersecurity panel discussion hosted by the International Bar Association. Mari will highlight issues of managing a data breach crisis, corporate solutions for cybersecurity concerns, as well as key internal procedures and staff training protocols.
Throughout her career, DeGrazia has investigated high-profile breach cases, worked civil and criminal cases and provided testimony as an expert witness. She has written and released numerous programs/scripts to the forensics community; presented on her research at several industry conferences; is a published author in eForensics Magazine; and was technical editor for Windows Registry Forensics S.E. Recently, her blog was listed as one of the top 10 Blogs in Digital Forensics.
Kroll Women's Network
“The Women’s Network at Kroll has quickly become an important part of our internal community. We have hosted several excellent events and are enjoying strong participation from numerous offices throughout the country.” - Abigail Marean, Leadership Commitee Member
The recently founded Kroll Women’s Network is an internal initiative celebrating gender diversity as a source of strength for Kroll. The group is a forum for employees to meet and exchange ideas and advice, build skills, share experiences addressing common interests and issues, and develop stronger relationships with one another.
Kroll is proud to help provide pro bono services to Her Justice and the women they serve.
Her Justice engages the talent and resources of New York City's law firms and corporations, bringing together committed professionals and determined women to secure life-changing results. Her Justice’s wide network of contacts at legal and social service agencies, hospitals and clinics, the courts and police precincts, churches and shelters, helps to spread the word about Her Justice’s free legal services in family, divorce and immigration law. Kroll is proud to help provide pro bono services to Her Justice and the women they serve.
About Her Justice
Learn more about Her Justice in this short introductory video.
Award Winning Legal Team
Kroll's Associate General Counsel Elizabeth Lash was recently featured as one of 15 women in Best Lawyers magazine, for her achievements in practice and in policy, being recognized on both local and national levels.
"Though the legal profession has made—and continues to make—strides toward better representation of minorities and women in law school, in the ranks of associates, in leadership, and on the bench, women are still only 35 percent of practicing attorneys in the United States, according to the ABA National Lawyer Population Survey 2015 edition, and only 21 percent of partnered attorneys according to National Association for Law Placement, Research & Statistics."
Associate's Documentary on LGBTQ to be Aired on PBS
Fifty years ago,
Florida's Legislative Investigative Committee, led by Senator Charley Johns, sought to remove homosexuals from Florida's state universities. As a result of the “Johns Committee’s” efforts, more than 200 gay and lesbian students and teachers were expelled or fired. Featuring two of the victims and one interrogator, the film exposes the committee’s subversive activities and how its effects are still felt today.
About the Writer and Producer:
Monica Monticello is an Associate with Kroll’s Investigations and Disputes practice in New York. Monticello served as a Writer and Producer for The Committee, and in December 2014, earned a Suncoast Emmy for her work. Monticello received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida, Burnett Honors College in 2013.