Cocalico native now a PSU Alumni Fellow

By on December 14, 2016

er20161214_coctimlorah1Tim O’Neal Lorah, a Denver native, was one of 24 Alumni Fellows named earlier this autumn by the Penn State Alumni Association.

The Alumni Fellow program is administered by the alumni association wuth the university’s academic colleges, campuses, and the office of the president. Alumni are nominated by a college or campus as leaders in their professional fields and accept an invitation from the Penn State president to share their expertise with students, faculty, and administrators.

Each Alumni Fellow receives a commemorative award, designed and hand cast by 1972 Penn State graduate Jeanne Stevens-Sollman, an acclaimed scupltor and 2007 Alumni Fellow.

Lorah, a 1982 graduate who resides in metropolitan New York, is a senior director in Navigant Consulting’s Global Investigations and Compliance Practice, specializing in anti-money laundering, economic sanctions, anti-bribery and corruption, and financial crime compliance.

Lorah graduated magna cum laude from New York Law School in 1996 and began his career with the Honorable Howard A. Levin in the New York Court of Appeals.

Lorah became a senior associate at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, where he advised financial institutions on matters relating to the Bank Secrecy Act/US Patriot Act and sanctions compliance.

He then moved on to Morgan Stanley and Barclays, serving as managing director and global head of anti-money laundering and financial crime compliance at both companies.

Lorah’s family in the area includes his mother Lucille Lorah, who resides in Ephrata, and a brother, John Lorah, whose CPA firm Leid, Lorah and Co., is based in Denver.

Tim Lorah and his fellow honorees were feted at an Oct. 26 dinner.

 

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