Jolene Fraser

Managing Director | EisnerAmper LLP

Jolene Fraser is a Managing Director in the Financial Advisory Services Group of EisnerAmper LLP with over 20 years of public accounting and consulting services experience. Jolene specializes in forensic accounting, providing consulting services and expert testimony in matters involving professional standards applicable to CPAs, special investigations, fraud investigations, and. She works with counsel and their clients on complex accounting, auditing and financial issues throughout the litigation process. Prior to joining EisnerAmper, Jolene was a Principal in a Northern California-based CPA firm specializing in forensic accounting and forensic technology services. Her background also includes experience at a Big Four firm and a large national accounting firm managing audits of clients across multiple industries, such as government, commercial and residential real estate, manufacturing and distribution, non-profit organizations, high technology, publishing and employee benefit plans. Jolene is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Forensic and Valuation Services (FVS) Section. She is also a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). She serves as First Vice Chair on the CalCPA State Board and as a member of their Forensic Services Section Steering Committee. She has also served on the AICPA Relations with the Bar Committee, AICPA CFF Credential Committee and continues to participate in the AICPA CFF Mentor program. Jolene previously served as President as well as Treasurer of the nonprofit organization Teaching Everyone Animals Matter (TEAM) and serves on the American River College (ARC) Accounting Advisory Committee. Jolene graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a B.S. in Business Administration, Accountancy. She has presented on a variety of topics offering both CPE and CLE, including damages analysis, accounting, auditing, and forensic investigation procedures and reporting.


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