Rebecca has extensive experience performing valuations of closely-held and public businesses and assets for litigation purposes, as well as for financial and tax reporting purposes, reorganizations and restructurings. She provides expert and consulting services for a broad range of industries and engagements, including appraisal cases, shareholder disputes, merger and acquisition disputes, fraudulent conveyance disputes, divorce cases, damages cases, breach of contract cases, and patent, copyright and trademark disputes.
Rebecca co-leads Kroll’s annual review of Delaware Court of Chancery opinions. She serves as the Boston office co-leader for the firm’s Network of Women (NOW) Initiative and is on the Board of the Massachusetts Women’s Bar Foundation.
Rebecca received an M.B.A., with honors, from the Boston College Carroll School of Management, with a concentration in finance and accounting and a B.A. in psychology from Boston College, with a minor in Management. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst (“CFA”) charterholder and a Certified Fraud Examiner (“CFE”).