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PwC: Laurie Schive Joins Forensic Services
August 22, 2012
By Rob Starr, Content Manager, Big4.com
Laurie Schive will join the firm’s U.S. Forensic Services practice as a director. Prior to joining PwC, Schive was Director of Outreach at the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive (ONCIX) and a Senior Executive Service-level member of the leadership team, overseeing counterintelligence and security policy, analysis, training and threat warning.
Schive holds an M.S. in Technology Management from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Political Science from The George Washington University. She also has a CIA Meritorious Unit Citation and numerous CIA exceptional performance awards. She was previously program manager and senior analyst at CENTRA Technology in support of the Committee on Foreign Investment where she established an analytic unit to conduct IC assessments on foreign acquisitions of U.S. businesses. Earlier in her career, she held various positions at the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), including Senior National Clandestine Service (NCS) Officer and Deputy Intelligence Chief of National Resource Divisions.
Erik Skramstad, PwC’s U.S. Forensics practice leader commented:
“We are pleased to welcome Laurie to PwC,” she said. “With the changing landscape of security in today’s business environment, Laurie’s knowledge and experience is a great addition to our team and in serving the increasingly complex needs of our clients.”