Sanja leverages more than 14 years of experience, working with a wide range of clients across several industries. She specializes in internal fraud investigations, leak of information investigations, whistleblower and anonymous letter claims, asset identification and recovery, litigation support matters, threat assessments, proxy contests and hostile takeovers, sexual misconduct and Title IX investigations, a wide range of workplace investigations, and transaction intelligence and due diligence investigations.
Sanja has worked cross practice on numerous occasions with Kroll's forensic accounting and cyber teams to solve complex problems for her clients both within the U.S. and internationally. Her experience includes reviewing and analyzing large volumes of data, interviewing witnesses, and managing and training investigative and document review teams. She is also highly skilled at public records, social media and commercial database research.
In one case, Sanja led and managed the investigative team in a fast-paced and constantly evolving international email and document review, which spanned three continents and four countries. She worked with Kroll's forensic accounting and cyber risk teams to collect, review and analyze evidence, participated in conducting over 25 employee interviews, and drafted memoranda and other client deliverables and briefings.
In another case, Sanja led an investigative team, managing the review of internal hospital records, emails and vendor data; conducting investigative analysis to identify fictitious entities, invoices and bank accounts; and working in conjunction with Kroll's forensic accounting and cyber risk teams to analyze discrepancies and identify evidence of vendor fraud.
Being a member of Kroll's Sexual Misconduct and Title IX Investigations practice and a certified Advanced Investigator, she has conducted investigations on behalf of large academic institutions, corporate entities and private individuals. In one case, Sanja co-led the independent investigation of a high-profile figure at a public university, which included numerous claimants and witnesses. She conducted interviews and an extensive review of evidence and documentation and drafted the report of findings.
Prior to joining Kroll, Sanja served as a consultant for the Terrorism Prevention Branch of the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime in Austria.
Sanja holds a B.A. in psychology from Harvard University and an M.S. in criminal justice from Northeastern University. She also holds a Certificate in Security and Intelligence Studies from LaSalle University and a certification from the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXA) as an Advanced Investigator.