Jeb White is the President & CEO at Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund. Jeb began his legal career at TAFEF, where he served as the CEO from 2007 to 2010 where he has been recognized for leading the efforts resulting in the enactment of various state False Claims Acts and the strengthening of the federal False Claims Act in 2009 and 2010.
From 2010 to 2020, Jeb was a partner with the law firm Nolan Auerbach & White LLP representing whistleblowers. In May 2020, he returned to TAFEF as the President & CEO to tackle the fraud against the government in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
James King is the Director of Communications & Digital at Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund. He joined the organization in 2019 and lead the redesign and development of the website, membership database, and legal database. He also directed several virtual conferences, legal education webinars, and the Fraud in America website you're currently looking at.
Previously, James worked at Indivisible, the Center for American Progress, and other progressive organizations where he lead digital campaigns for presidential campaigns, state ballot initiatives, and other campaigns.
Emma Bass is the Public Interest Advocacy Fellow at Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund. She manages various legal research, writing projects, and production for Fraud in America. Previously, Emma attended the University of Virginia as an Echols Scholar, and graduated in May 2020. She plans to attend law school in the 2022 academic year.
Previously, Emma interned at various non-profits such as the Children's Defense Fund in Washington, DC and the International Rescue Committee in Charlottesville, Va..
Jacklyn DeMar is the Director of Legal Education at Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund. She works with whistleblowers, their counsel, and government attorneys on various False Claims Act matters, as well as matters involving the IRS, SEC, and CFTC whistleblower programs. Jacklyn files amicus curiae briefs in federal courts across the country - including the U.S. Supreme Court.
Jacklyn has focused on False Claims Act and other fraud practices for most of her career, since graduating from American University's Washington College of Law in 2009. She is a member of the Maryland and D.C. bars.
Takeia Garner-Kiett is the Director of Operations & Membership Services at Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund. She manages the day-to-day operations of the organization, including human resources, benefits, payroll, finances, risk management, accounts receivable and payable, endowment and funding operations, and liaison between the staff and Board of Directors.
Takeia joined the organization in 2005 and has a background in with various legal and nonprofit organizations, with a specific expertise in association management and conference planning.
Kathleen Scanlan is one of the founding attorneys at Keller Grover, LLP bringing more than two decades of civil litigation experience to whistleblowers. She exposes fraud on the government using the federal False Claims Act and state versions of the law, representing whistleblowers around the United States.
Kate is Chairwoman of the TAFEF Public Education Committee where she leads the team of Executive Producers of Fraud in America. She also leads a subcommittee exploring issues involving pharmaceutical fraud stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. You can learn more about Kathleen here.
Brian Markovitz is a Principal at Joseph Greenwald & Laake, PA in the firm's Labor and Employment and Civil Litigation practice groups. He is a nationally recognized leading practitioner in the representation of whistleblowers in both individual and class action suits spanning numerous industries.
Brian serves on the Public Education Committee helping lead production of the Fraud in America podcast and has been quoted in The Washington Post, Baltimore Sun, Wall Street Journal, and Bloomberg BNA. You can learn more about Brian here.
Max Voldman is an Associate at Constantine Cannon LLP. Max has particular experience in combatting fraud in the healthcare industry, analyzing complex data sets, developing damages models, and assisting with statistical analyses. He's published numerous articles on issues in healthcare law, whistleblower programs, and more.
Max serves on the Public Education Committee helping lead production of the Fraud in America podcast and has been quoted in Bloomberg Law, and Barron's. He's also coached a champion debate team in Illinois. You can learn more about Max here.
Fraud in America Editorial Team
Zachary Kitts is a founding partner at K&G Law Group, PLLC, where he represents whistleblowers under the False Claims Act as well as state false claim statutes. Zach is widely recognized as an expert on the Virginia Fraud Against Taxpayers Act and held the record for the largest non-healthcare recovery under the state's False Claims Act.
Zach is a member of the TAFEF Public Education Committee where he is a member of the Editorial Team for the Fraud in America blog. He is also a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars on a wide range of topics. You can learn more about Zach here.
Clayton Wire is a Partner at Ogborn Mihm LLP, where he works with whistleblower to expose illegal conduct, collect government rewards, and protect them from retaliation. He also represents employees in discrimination and harassment cases, as well as contract disputes.
Clay is a member of the TAFEF Public Education Committee where he is a member of the Editorial Team for the Fraud in America blog. He is also an active member of the Colorado Bar Association. You can learn more about Clay here.
Anthony Munter heads the False Claims Act and Whistleblower Reward practice at Price Benowitz, LLP. He also handles cases under the IRS Whistleblower Law and through the SEC and CFTC whistleblower programs created by the Dodd-Frank Act.
Tony is a member of the TAFEF Public Education Committee where he is a member of the Editorial Team for the Fraud in America blog. Previously, he built one of the leading national False Claims Act practices through his work for Kohn, Kohn & Colapinto. You can learn more about Tony here.
Nicolas Mendoza is an Associate at Murphy Anderson, PLLC in its Washington, DC office. He graduated from Harvard Law School and interned in the Department of Justice's Civil Frauds Section, at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and was previously a paralegal and case investigator at a False Claims Act whistleblower firm.
Nic is a member of the TAFEF Public Education Committee where he is a member of the Editorial Team for the Fraud in America blog. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and grew up in Santiago, Chile. You can learn more about Nic here.