Allison Everhardt is a Managing Director based in Washington, DC. With regional expertise in the Americas, she has extensive experience managing complex cross-jurisdictional investigations on behalf of large multinational corporations, law firms, and financial institutions. She routinely manages and leads reputational due diligence, white collar criminal and litigation support, anti-corruption, asset tracing, and internal investigations, during which she draws on her extensive experience living and working in Latin America and Europe. Notable Latin American investigations in which Allison has played a key role include investigations into alleged violations of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), significant pre- acquisition due diligence matters, and internal investigations.
Before joining Nardello & Co., Allison worked for a global risk advisory consultancy in London, UK and Washington, DC. Her work focused on anti-corruption and reputational due diligence investigations in the Americas, but she also completed investigations in Europe, Africa, and Australasia. In this role she also authored articles analyzing regional corruption trends and developments. Before entering the investigations sector, Allison lived in Argentina, where she managed the local office of a regional non-profit organization and taught English to senior executives at international oil and gas, consumer products, and engineering companies.
Allison was also a 2016-2017 Penn Kemble Democracy Forum Fellow at the National Endowment for Democracy. As a Fellow, she participated in monthly conversations with leading democracy practitioners, foreign policy experts, and government officials to discuss and explore the role of democracy and human rights within the context of a broad range of policy questions.
Allison has an MSc in global politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science in the UK and a BA (Honors) in Spanish and a BA in political science from Vanderbilt University. A native speaker of English, Allison is also fluent in Spanish and is proficient in Portuguese.
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