- Attorney at Levene Gouldin & Thompson, LLP
- Board Member and Legislative Committee Delegate of the Binghamton City School District Board of Education
- Student Clerkship with the Honorable Penny M. Wolfgang for the New York Supreme Court
- Co-Author with Jay Lippman, “New FINRA Rules Provide Launching Pad to Combat Senior Investor Fraud and Reinforce Anti-Money Laundering Reporting Requirements,” Exiger Perspectives, March 2018
- Author, “Making the Grade: A Ground-Level Analysis of New York State’s Teacher Performance Review Under the APPR,” Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal (Volume 2016, Issue 2)
- Co-Author with Eugene E. Peckham, “Post-Mortem Tax Planning After Exemption Increases,” Warren’s Heaton Legislative and Case Digest, April 2016 (Volume 2, Number 2)
Sabrina R. Moldt
Sabrina R. Moldt is a Senior Consultant based in Exiger’s New York office, where she focuses on monitorships, financial crime compliance, and regulatory efforts. In addition, Sabrina has served on several teams investigating issues ranging from public interest matters to trademark infringement.
Sabrina has worked extensively on independent examinations of financial institutions’ AML and sanctions compliance programs. Through her work, she has focused on evaluating data, identifying and addressing information gaps, and synthesizing information. As part of her duties, Sabrina has drafted analytical, comprehensive reports that have been submitted to various domestic and international regulatory agencies.
Sabrina has also assisted with a comprehensive review and analysis of an international gaming company’s policies and procedures to determine regulatory compliance and whether industry best practices were met. She has also assisted with a variety of investigations, including corporate and industry-wide investigations.
Earlier in her career, Sabrina practiced law In Binghamton, New York, where she also served as an elected Board Member and Legislative Committee Delegate of the Binghamton City School District Board of Education. While in law school, she served as Executive Editor of the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review.
- Binghamton University, B.A. (honors)
- SUNY Buffalo Law School, J.D. (honors)
- Milton Kaplan Law and Social Development Award, 2013
- Mental Health Association of Southern Tier, Board Member, 2013-2016
- Broome County Bar Association, Mental Health and Wellness Program Chair, 2014-2016
- United Way of America, Campaign Coordinator, 2014-2016
- Alzheimer’s Association, Legal Speakers Bureau Member, 2014-2016