Jacqueline H. Reynolds is a Managing Director in Nardello & Co.’s Atlanta office, bringing 26 years of forensic accounting expertise gained with the US Department of Treasury. Before joining Nardello & Co., Jackie served as both a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent with the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation division (IRS-CI) and most recently as a Senior Special Agent for the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP). Throughout her career, she served as the lead investigator in the successful prosecutions of defendants for corporate embezzlement, investor fraud, money laundering, Bank Secrecy Act violations, healthcare fraud, tax fraud, and public corruption.
A recipient of the Albert Gallatin Award, the highest career service award presented by the United States Treasury Department, Jackie’s career highlights also include serving as the case agent on several high- profile public corruption investigations, including the successful prosecution of the former Mayor of Atlanta; investigating complex healthcare fraud matters; obtaining a 27-year sentence for fraud charges against a purported religious leader; and being selected by the US Treasury Department to open and lead a new office in the US Virgin Islands.
Jackie graduated Summa Cum Laude from Centenary University with a BS in accounting and is a Certified Fraud Examiner.