Gail Fuller is a Vice President at the Financial Integrity Network. At FIN, Gail focuses on developing, refining, and implementing FIN’s quantitative and qualitative risk rating tools. She leads engagements focused on helping FIN’s jurisdictional and private sector clients understand their exposure to financial crime risk and develop and implement strategies to mitigate their risks.
Gail joined FIN in 2017 after nearly eight years of Federal Government service focused on combating illicit finance. In her most recent position at the Treasury Department, she deepened her expertise in topics such as global AML/CFT standards, illicit finance typologies, global sanctions regimes, and the intersection between illicit finance and national security threats. In her position, Gail provided decision-making and briefing support to senior Treasury officials, Cabinet members, and the U.S. Congress.
Prior to government service, Gail worked in management and strategy consulting and provided best practices research and competitive intelligence insights to Fortune 500 clients in highly regulated industries such as consumer finance, aerospace and defense, and pharmaceuticals.
Gail graduated with high honors from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.