Prior to joining Kroll, Britt served as Partner, Co-Head of the Global Data Governance, Technology Solutions and Forensics Practice at an international consulting firm where she was responsible for managing and restructuring the global technology practice group as well as served as the firm’s interim chief technology officer. Britt also deployed a global think tank dedicated to technology and research innovation, AI and defending AI algorithms in newly deployed software.
Britt has extensive experience assisting companies with advanced technology-driven solutions and AI technologies to address corruption risks and financial crimes, respond to regulatory inquiries in multi-jurisdictional matters, navigating Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) compliance reviews, deploying Sanctions screening software inside banking environments such as FircoSoft, conducting rigorous internal investigations, manage on-site technology solutions for clean rooms and mobile solutions and assist clients in the Department of Defense (DOD) sector. Because of her extensive international experience, Britt is uniquely positioned to understand clients’ infrastructure, data privacy parameters and business policy burdens. She has travelled the globe advising companies and their C-suite in the banking, financial services, telecommunications, and manufacturing sectors on issues relating to risk mitigation and developing innovative technology solutions and defensible protocols related to cross-border investigations in Europe, the U.S., Asia and the Middle East. She has been involved in various landmark cases, including the long-running investigation into the manipulation of interbank interest rates (BOR) and the foreign exchange (FOREX) trading probe.
She has supported cases and had expertise involving International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) data and has extensive experience with The Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLATs) requests. She also frequently communicates with regulatory bodies in the United States and internationally.
Britt has attended numerous US criminal and civil antitrust trials in both jury and bench trials, as well as provided expert testimony to multiple authorities regarding data architecture, the identification of data, and final delivery. She has experience setting up mobile trial war rooms, preparing graphics and documents for electronic presentation during trials and hearings.
Britt’s expertise has been featured in the Global Data Review, titled “Data Privacy Will Drive 2021 Technology Innovation” in February 2021.
Britt remains active in many external social justice and political organizations as well as she is devoted to mentoring young technologists in the workspace. She also has been an advisory board member for a tech start-up company.