Lauren K. Alexander, CPA
Lauren specializes in forensic accounting and litigation consulting services, including financial statement analysis, interpretation and application of generally accepted accounting principles, evaluation of audits performed in accordance with PCAOB standards, and calculation of economic damages, including creation and measurement of alternative economic damage scenarios and in-depth financial modeling.
She assists counsel through all phases of the litigation process, including discovery, drafting expert reports, rebutting opposing expert reports, preparing expert testimony, and attending depositions and trial to support counsel in complex issues involving accounting, auditing, and financial reporting.
She has served as a member of the AICPA CPA Examination Business Environment & Concepts Subcommittee, which is responsible for reviewing and approving CPA Examination content. She has also participated in a number of AICPA panels and task forces to evaluate and improve the CPA Examination.
Lauren is currently an Associate Practice Fellow at the Financial Accounting Standards Board for a two-year term, where she is actively participating in the financial accounting standards-setting process. She is working on joint projects with the International Accounting Standards Board, specifically the Insurance Contracts project. As a fellow, she makes recommendations to the Board on technical issues, develops and drafts guidance, and analyzes comments from business, academic, and other members of the FASB constituency. She also supports the Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF) in its discussion and deliberation of financial accounting issues within the Codification.
Lauren received her B.S. in Commerce from the McIntire School of Commerce at The University of Virginia.