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Former FBI agent joined the supervisory board of the Anti-Corruption Action Centre

The former supervisory special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of the United States of America, Karen A. Greenaway, joined the Supervisory Board of the Anti-Corruption Action Centre (AntAC).

“I have accepted the invitation to join the Supervisory Board of the Anti-Corruption Action Centre, because this team brings positive changes not only in Ukraine, but also sets up new international trends in fighting corruption. I hope that my competencies will further strengthen this team,” — commented Karen A. Greenaway.

Karen A. Greenaway has been an investigator, case agent, and supervisor with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for over 22 years. During her time in the FBI, she has investigated money laundering, complex financial crimes, violent crimes, and international corruption. She has also supervised multiple teams of investigators, analysts, and forensic accountants, leading and mentoring them to successful outcomes in complex criminal investigations. For most of her career, SSA Greenaway worked on Transnational Organized Crime matters from the former Soviet Union, Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

One of the cases investigated by Greenaway relates to Dmytro Firtash. Thanks to investigation leaded by her the Ukrainian oligarch is currently indicted by the United States for foreign bribery.

In December 2018 the Anti-Corruption Action Center relaunched the Supervisory Board.

British journalist and author Oliver Bullough, prominent Italian lawyer and prosecutor Giovanni Kessler, American philosopher and political economist Francis Fukuyama, and editor-in-chief of Nashi Groshi website, journalist-investigator Oleksa Shalaiskyi joined it;  and now the former FBI supervisory special agent Karen A. Greenaway became AntAC Supervisory Board members.

The role of Supervisory Board is to assist in achieving AntAC’s goal, to advise and provide help in activities: to promote ideas, projects and programs of the organization in Ukraine and abroad. Moreover, the board has the function of financial supervision in the organization.