Provided by Sabina Menschel
A graduate of Harvard College and Harvard Business School, Sabina has over 20 years of both federal government and private sector investigations experience. Sabina’s private sector experience includes leading independent investigations, domestic and international due diligence, litigation support, fraud, and global asset recovery assignments on behalf of financial institutions, law firms and multinational corporations. She led the firm’s independent investigation pursuant to a settlement agreement between the State of New York and leading tobacco manufacturers in which the firm’s mandate was to determine the number of tribal cigarette packs sold to New York consumers on which New York State did not collect excise tax. Prior to joining Nardello & Co., Sabina helped establish an international investigations firm at which she directed the investigative practice. Earlier in her career, Sabina was a Special Advisor in the Directorate of Intelligence at the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s headquarters in Washington, DC. There, she worked to refine and strengthen the FBI’s intelligence-gathering capabilities and implement its intelligence-transformation efforts in response to the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission. Sabina has been recognized by GIR as one of their 2018 Women in Investigations.