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Fred W. Gibson, Jr., serves as the deputy inspector general. In this role, Mr. Gibson is responsible for assisting the inspector general with the overall direction and management of the OIG for the Board and the CFPB.

Mr. Gibson has over 27 years of experience in the inspector general community. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, he served as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) OIG’s principal deputy inspector general, leading the work of criminal investigators, auditors, evaluators, and other professionals, and also served as acting inspector general. Previously, he worked as counsel to the inspector general, providing independent legal services to the inspector general and the managers and staff of the FDIC OIG. He concurrently served as a special assistant U.S. attorney (Criminal Division) for the Southern District of Florida. Before joining the FDIC OIG, he served as a senior attorney at the Resolution Trust Corporation OIG.

Prior to his federal service, Mr. Gibson practiced law for 12 years with regional and national law firms in Texas and Washington, DC, specializing in banking, securities, and corporate law.

Mr. Gibson received a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Texas at Austin, a master’s degree in Russian area studies from Georgetown University, and a juris doctor from the University of Texas School of Law. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Bar of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia and is admitted to practice in numerous federal courts throughout the country.

Michael VanHuysen is the associate inspector general for audits and evaluations. In this role, Mr. VanHuysen leads the Office of Audits and Evaluations, which includes three sections—Financial Management and Internal Controls, Management and Operations, and Supervision and Regulation—as well as a policy and planning team. The office conducts audits and evaluations of the Board’s and the CFPB’s programs and operations and issues public reports related to its oversight activities.

Prior to becoming the assistant inspector general for audits and evaluations, Mr. VanHuysen led the Office of Audits and Evaluations’ Supervision and Regulation section in conducting evaluations of the Board’s and the CFPB’s financial institution oversight activities.

Prior to joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, Mr. VanHuysen worked as a consultant in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s financial services regulatory practice for 13 years, advising supervised financial institutions on various safety and soundness and regulatory compliance issues. His clients included money center banks, foreign banking organizations, retail banks, broker-dealers, and government-sponsored enterprises.

Mr. VanHuysen received his bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Michigan and his juris doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law. He is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland bar associations and a former certified anti-money-laundering specialist.

As the assistant inspector general for audits and evaluations, Cynthia Gray provides executive support to the associate inspector general for audits and evaluations and oversees the Financial Management and Internal Controls and the Policy and Planning sections. Mrs. Gray is also responsible for coordinating Office of Audits and Evaluations activities related to strategic planning, project selection, and employee engagement; leading the OIG’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program; and managing vendors, among other duties.

Mrs. Gray joined the Board in 1999 as an auditor and later led the Financial Management and Internal Controls section as a senior OIG manager. Her work has been recognized over the years for its significant effect on improving the Board and the CFPB. She is a 2017 recipient of the Board’s Special Achievement Award for leading her team’s efforts to identify opportunities for the Board to strengthen its governance system and a 2016 recipient of the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency’s Barry R. Snyder Joint Award for her participation in the DATA Act Working Group. Before joining the Board, Mrs. Gray worked as a senior auditor with Lockheed Martin, as an audit administrator with Northrop Grumman, and in the banking sector.

Mrs. Gray has a bachelor of science in business administration from Bowie State University and a master of business administration from the University of Baltimore. She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Authentic Leader Development Program, a certified public accountant, a certified financial services auditor, and a certified bank auditor.

Peter Sheridan serves as associate inspector general for information technology. In that capacity, he oversees audits of the economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and security of the information technology programs and systems of the Board and the CFPB; the development of data analytics approaches and methodologies to support OIG audits and investigations; and the maintenance of an efficient and economical information technology infrastructure to support all OIG operations and employees.

Mr. Sheridan has over 30 years of experience managing and directing information technology audits within a complex federal environment. He has specialized knowledge of OIG programs, activities, and functions and is experienced in developing short- and long-range information technology audit strategic plans to address mission criticality and risk. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, he served as a senior auditor at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OIG and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board OIG. Mr. Sheridan is active in the inspector general community, currently serving as chair of the Federal Audit Executive Council's Information Technology Committee.

Mr. Sheridan holds a bachelor of business administration from Iona College, and he is a certified public accountant and certified information systems auditor. He also has received a graduate degree in banking from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

Stephen Carroll is the associate inspector general for investigations. In this role, Mr. Carroll is responsible for managing the Office of Investigations’ Western and Eastern Divisions. The Office of Investigations is responsible for investigating complex fraud cases, ethics violations, and violations of Board and CFPB policies.

Previously, from 2019 to 2021, Mr. Carroll served as the deputy associate inspector general for investigations for headquarters operations. From 2012 to 2019, he was the special agent in charge of the Eastern Division field offices, which achieved key investigative results under his leadership. Mr. Carroll also served as a senior special agent for 12 years, during which time he spearheaded the development of OI’s complex bank fraud investigations and played an essential role in opening the OIG’s field offices. Mr. Carroll joined the OIG in 1999 as an auditor. Before joining the OIG, he worked as an assistant vice president and commercial lender at two regional banking institutions and as a safety and soundness/compliance examiner for the Massachusetts Division of Banks.

Mr. Carroll received a bachelor of arts in English from Boston College and a master of professional studies in homeland security from The George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Harvard University High Potentials Leadership Program, the Lincoln Leadership Institute Executive Leadership Program, the Federal Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program, and the American University Key Executive Leadership Program.

Jacqueline M. Becker is the senior adviser and senior associate inspector general for pandemic oversight coordination and strategy. She leads the coordination of the OIG’s pandemic-related oversight work; provides strategic direction to the OIG; and serves as the primary liaison with our internal and external pandemic-related stakeholders, including the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery, and congressional committees and staff. In addition, she serves as the OIG’s liaison to the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) and the Council of Inspectors General on Financial Oversight. She also leads the OIG’s officewide strategic planning, outreach, and engagement efforts.

Ms. Becker has over 25 years of federal OIG legal experience. Prior to serving in her current position, she had served as the associate inspector general for legal services and counsel to the inspector general since 2010. In this capacity, she oversaw and led the Office of Legal Services, providing advice to the inspector general and to OIG staff on all legal matters, including strategic analysis and research. In addition, she oversaw the OIG’s legislative and regulatory review function, as well as the OIG’s congressional and media relations.

Ms. Becker is the former chair of the Council of Counsels to the Inspectors General (CCIG), where she led over 300 inspector general counsels from across the government on legal and strategic matters of mutual concern. She is the recipient of various CCIG awards and serves on several CIGIE workgroups that address OIG communitywide initiatives. Ms. Becker has lectured on issues of leadership, the roles and responsibilities of inspectors general, and inspector general independence, including delivering presentations to officials of foreign governments. She is an alumna of the System Leadership Trailblazer’s Conference and served as a leader in residence for the System’s Thrive Conference. Ms. Becker also serves on numerous Board workgroups and councils. Before joining the Board in 2005, she served for 10 years as senior attorney to the inspector general at the U.S. Department of Energy OIG.

Ms. Becker received her bachelor of arts in political science from Purdue University and her juris doctor from the University of Illinois at Chicago, John Marshall Law School. She is also an alumna of the Harvard Business School’s High Potential Leader Executive Education Program, and she received a graduate degree in banking from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania. She is admitted to the Illinois Bar.

Jason A. Derr serves as the counsel to the inspector general in the Office of Legal Services. In this role, he is an advisor, representative, and manager for a wide range of OIG legal matters, including the authorities and responsibilities of the OIG under the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended; substantive banking and financial law inquiries; and the various legal issues that arise during OIG audits, evaluations, and investigations.

Mr. Derr joined the OIG in September 2008 as an attorney. His work has been recognized by CIGIE as making significant contributions to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Board and the CFPB. Mr. Derr is a 2011 recipient of the Board’s Special Achievement Award for his contributions to the OIG’s review of the Federal Reserve’s emergency lending facilities and his development of the OIG’s legal framework for oversight of the CFPB. He has also served as an instructor at the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy.

Mr. Derr received his bachelor of arts in economics and political science from King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, in 2005; his juris doctor from the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in 2008; and his master of laws in law and economics from the George Mason University School of Law in 2013. He is an adjunct professor of banking law at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School and a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is a member of the Maryland Bar.

Jina Hwang serves as the counsel to the inspector general in the Office of Legal Services. In this role, Ms. Hwang advises on a wide variety of legal matters, including those related to personnel, procurement, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Privacy Act. She also provides OIG staff with legal assistance on audits; evaluations; and civil, criminal, and administrative investigations.

Ms. Hwang has nearly 20 years of experience in the inspector general community. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, she served as an attorney-advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy OIG. She started her inspector general career as a law clerk at the U.S. Department of Transportation OIG.

Ms. Hwang is a frequent presenter at the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy. She also serves as an adjunct professor leading courses on diversity, equity, and inclusion at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.

Ms. Hwang received her bachelor of arts in government and politics from the University of Maryland and her juris doctor from the George Mason University School of Law. She is a member of the Maryland Bar.

OIG senior leadership organizational chart Inspector General:Mark Bialek Deputy Inspector General:Fred W. Gibson, Jr. reports to the Deputy Inspector General Office of Audits and Evaluations:Michael VanHuysen reports to the Deputy Inspector General Office of Audits and Evaluations:Cynthia Gray reports to the Associate Inspector General Office of Information Technology:Peter Sheridan reports to the Deputy Inspector General Office of Investigations:Stephen Carroll reports to the Deputy Inspector General Pandemic Oversight Coordination and Strategy:Jacqueline M. Becker reports to the Inspector General Office of Legal Services:Jason A. Derr Counsel to the Inspector General Office of Legal Services:Jina Hwang Counsel to the Inspector General

Deputy Inspector General

Fred W. Gibson, Jr.

Fred W. Gibson

Fred W. Gibson, Jr., serves as the deputy inspector general. In this role, Mr. Gibson is responsible for assisting the inspector general with the overall direction and management of the OIG for the Board and the CFPB.

Mr. Gibson has over 27 years of experience in the inspector general community. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, he served as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) OIG’s principal deputy inspector general, leading the work of criminal investigators, auditors, evaluators, and other professionals, and also served as acting inspector general. Previously, he worked as counsel to the inspector general, providing independent legal services to the inspector general and the managers and staff of the FDIC OIG. He concurrently served as a special assistant U.S. attorney (Criminal Division) for the Southern District of Florida. Before joining the FDIC OIG, he served as a senior attorney at the Resolution Trust Corporation OIG.

Prior to his federal service, Mr. Gibson practiced law for 12 years with regional and national law firms in Texas and Washington, DC, specializing in banking, securities, and corporate law.

Mr. Gibson received a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Texas at Austin, a master’s degree in Russian area studies from Georgetown University, and a juris doctor from the University of Texas School of Law. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Bar of the Court of Appeals of the District of Columbia and is admitted to practice in numerous federal courts throughout the country.

Office of Audits and Evaluations

Michael VanHuysen

Michael VanHuysen

Michael VanHuysen is the associate inspector general for audits and evaluations. In this role, Mr. VanHuysen leads the Office of Audits and Evaluations, which includes three sections—Financial Management and Internal Controls, Management and Operations, and Supervision and Regulation—as well as a policy and planning team. The office conducts audits and evaluations of the Board’s and the CFPB’s programs and operations and issues public reports related to its oversight activities.

Prior to becoming the assistant inspector general for audits and evaluations, Mr. VanHuysen led the Office of Audits and Evaluations’ Supervision and Regulation section in conducting evaluations of the Board’s and the CFPB’s financial institution oversight activities.

Prior to joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, Mr. VanHuysen worked as a consultant in PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP’s financial services regulatory practice for 13 years, advising supervised financial institutions on various safety and soundness and regulatory compliance issues. His clients included money center banks, foreign banking organizations, retail banks, broker-dealers, and government-sponsored enterprises.

Mr. VanHuysen received his bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Michigan and his juris doctor from American University’s Washington College of Law. He is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland bar associations and a former certified anti-money-laundering specialist.

Office of Audits and Evaluations

Cynthia Gray

Cynthia Gray

As the assistant inspector general for audits and evaluations, Cynthia Gray provides executive support to the associate inspector general for audits and evaluations and oversees the Financial Management and Internal Controls and the Policy and Planning sections. Mrs. Gray is also responsible for coordinating Office of Audits and Evaluations activities related to strategic planning, project selection, and employee engagement; leading the OIG’s diversity, equity, and inclusion program; and managing vendors, among other duties.

Mrs. Gray joined the Board in 1999 as an auditor and later led the Financial Management and Internal Controls section as a senior OIG manager. Her work has been recognized over the years for its significant effect on improving the Board and the CFPB. She is a 2017 recipient of the Board’s Special Achievement Award for leading her team’s efforts to identify opportunities for the Board to strengthen its governance system and a 2016 recipient of the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency’s Barry R. Snyder Joint Award for her participation in the DATA Act Working Group. Before joining the Board, Mrs. Gray worked as a senior auditor with Lockheed Martin, as an audit administrator with Northrop Grumman, and in the banking sector.

Mrs. Gray has a bachelor of science in business administration from Bowie State University and a master of business administration from the University of Baltimore. She is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Authentic Leader Development Program, a certified public accountant, a certified financial services auditor, and a certified bank auditor.

Office of Information Technology

Peter Sheridan

Peter Sheridan

Peter Sheridan serves as associate inspector general for information technology. In that capacity, he oversees audits of the economy, efficiency, effectiveness, and security of the information technology programs and systems of the Board and the CFPB; the development of data analytics approaches and methodologies to support OIG audits and investigations; and the maintenance of an efficient and economical information technology infrastructure to support all OIG operations and employees.

Mr. Sheridan has over 30 years of experience managing and directing information technology audits within a complex federal environment. He has specialized knowledge of OIG programs, activities, and functions and is experienced in developing short- and long-range information technology audit strategic plans to address mission criticality and risk. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, he served as a senior auditor at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation OIG and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board OIG. Mr. Sheridan is active in the inspector general community, currently serving as chair of the Federal Audit Executive Council's Information Technology Committee.

Mr. Sheridan holds a bachelor of business administration from Iona College, and he is a certified public accountant and certified information systems auditor. He also has received a graduate degree in banking from the Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania.

Office of Investigations

Stephen Carroll

Stephen Carroll

Stephen Carroll is the associate inspector general for investigations. In this role, Mr. Carroll is responsible for managing the Office of Investigations’ Western and Eastern Divisions. The Office of Investigations is responsible for investigating complex fraud cases, ethics violations, and violations of Board and CFPB policies.

Previously, from 2019 to 2021, Mr. Carroll served as the deputy associate inspector general for investigations for headquarters operations. From 2012 to 2019, he was the special agent in charge of the Eastern Division field offices, which achieved key investigative results under his leadership. Mr. Carroll also served as a senior special agent for 12 years, during which time he spearheaded the development of OI’s complex bank fraud investigations and played an essential role in opening the OIG’s field offices. Mr. Carroll joined the OIG in 1999 as an auditor. Before joining the OIG, he worked as an assistant vice president and commercial lender at two regional banking institutions and as a safety and soundness/compliance examiner for the Massachusetts Division of Banks.

Mr. Carroll received a bachelor of arts in English from Boston College and a master of professional studies in homeland security from The George Washington University. He is also a graduate of the Harvard University High Potentials Leadership Program, the Lincoln Leadership Institute Executive Leadership Program, the Federal Law Enforcement Executive Leadership Program, and the American University Key Executive Leadership Program.

Pandemic Oversight Coordination and Strategy

Jacqueline M. Becker

Jackie_Becker_OIG

Jacqueline M. Becker is the senior adviser and senior associate inspector general for pandemic oversight coordination and strategy. She leads the coordination of the OIG’s pandemic-related oversight work; provides strategic direction to the OIG; and serves as the primary liaison with our internal and external pandemic-related stakeholders, including the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, the Special Inspector General for Pandemic Recovery, and congressional committees and staff. In addition, she serves as the OIG’s liaison to the Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency (CIGIE) and the Council of Inspectors General on Financial Oversight. She also leads the OIG’s officewide strategic planning, outreach, and engagement efforts.

Ms. Becker has over 25 years of federal OIG legal experience. Prior to serving in her current position, she had served as the associate inspector general for legal services and counsel to the inspector general since 2010. In this capacity, she oversaw and led the Office of Legal Services, providing advice to the inspector general and to OIG staff on all legal matters, including strategic analysis and research. In addition, she oversaw the OIG’s legislative and regulatory review function, as well as the OIG’s congressional and media relations.

Ms. Becker is the former chair of the Council of Counsels to the Inspectors General (CCIG), where she led over 300 inspector general counsels from across the government on legal and strategic matters of mutual concern. She is the recipient of various CCIG awards and serves on several CIGIE workgroups that address OIG communitywide initiatives. Ms. Becker has lectured on issues of leadership, the roles and responsibilities of inspectors general, and inspector general independence, including delivering presentations to officials of foreign governments. She is an alumna of the System Leadership Trailblazer’s Conference and served as a leader in residence for the System’s Thrive Conference. Ms. Becker also serves on numerous Board workgroups and councils. Before joining the Board in 2005, she served for 10 years as senior attorney to the inspector general at the U.S. Department of Energy OIG.

Ms. Becker received her bachelor of arts in political science from Purdue University and her juris doctor from the University of Illinois at Chicago, John Marshall Law School. She is also an alumna of the Harvard Business School’s High Potential Leader Executive Education Program, and she received a graduate degree in banking from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking at the Wharton Business School, University of Pennsylvania. She is admitted to the Illinois Bar.

Office of Legal Services

Jason A. Derr

Jason A. Derr

Jason A. Derr serves as the counsel to the inspector general in the Office of Legal Services. In this role, he is an advisor, representative, and manager for a wide range of OIG legal matters, including the authorities and responsibilities of the OIG under the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended; substantive banking and financial law inquiries; and the various legal issues that arise during OIG audits, evaluations, and investigations.

Mr. Derr joined the OIG in September 2008 as an attorney. His work has been recognized by CIGIE as making significant contributions to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Board and the CFPB. Mr. Derr is a 2011 recipient of the Board’s Special Achievement Award for his contributions to the OIG’s review of the Federal Reserve’s emergency lending facilities and his development of the OIG’s legal framework for oversight of the CFPB. He has also served as an instructor at the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy.

Mr. Derr received his bachelor of arts in economics and political science from King’s College, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, in 2005; his juris doctor from the Catholic University of America’s Columbus School of Law in 2008; and his master of laws in law and economics from the George Mason University School of Law in 2013. He is an adjunct professor of banking law at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School and a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is a member of the Maryland Bar.

Office of Legal Services

Jina Hwang

Jina Hwang

Jina Hwang serves as the counsel to the inspector general in the Office of Legal Services. In this role, Ms. Hwang advises on a wide variety of legal matters, including those related to personnel, procurement, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Privacy Act. She also provides OIG staff with legal assistance on audits; evaluations; and civil, criminal, and administrative investigations.

Ms. Hwang has nearly 20 years of experience in the inspector general community. Before joining the OIG for the Board and the CFPB, she served as an attorney-advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy OIG. She started her inspector general career as a law clerk at the U.S. Department of Transportation OIG.

Ms. Hwang is a frequent presenter at the Inspector General Criminal Investigator Academy. She also serves as an adjunct professor leading courses on diversity, equity, and inclusion at George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School.

Ms. Hwang received her bachelor of arts in government and politics from the University of Maryland and her juris doctor from the George Mason University School of Law. She is a member of the Maryland Bar.

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