Kathryn Strohmaier is a member of our Public Policy International Practice, where she advises clients on economic sanctions and anti-money laundering and counter-financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) matters. She also focuses on providing US public policy guidance to US and foreign entities.

    Prior to joining the firm, Kathryn served as senior counsel at the Committee on Financial Services in the US House of Representatives, where she advised Members of Congress and congressional staffers on financial services matters regarding national security. Prior to serving as senior counsel, Kathryn served as counsel, where she advised on terrorism and illicit finance matters. During her time with the Committee, Kathryn was a key contributor to legislation focused on reforming the US AML/CFT framework and combatting illicit finance.

    Before her work on Capitol Hill, Kathryn was a senior AML investigator at one of the largest banks in the nation and a state prosecutor.

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    Education

    • University of Virginia, J.D., 2011
    • University of Miami, 2008

    Admissions

    • Virginia, 2012
    • Not admitted in the District of Columbia; practicing under the supervision of lawyers licensed by the District of Columbia Bar

    Memberships and Affiliations

    • Native American Bar Association of Washington DC, Board of Directors
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