Alanna Marie Lavelle

CEO and Founder, Lavelle and Associates, LLC, Atlanta, Georgia

  • Retired Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Task Force Supervisor and Investigator (25 years)
  • Past Chair of the Board and Faculty Member of the National Healthcare Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA)
  • Adjunct Professor: Healthcare Fraud Investigations and Analytics
  • Championed the use of predictive modeling and AI analytics in the detection and prevention of fraud

Alanna Lavelle is a Senior Principal at MITRE Corporation, supporting Program Integrity portfolios.  With over 37 years’ experience in this arena, she provides counsel and direction on initiatives to combat fraud, waste and abuse in government programs.  Prior to joining MITRE, she spent 10 years asDirector of Special Investigations for Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield’s national investigations.
Prior to that, Ms. Lavelle spent 25 years as a Special and Supervisory Special Agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, (FBI) where she managed criminal investigations of complex healthcare fraud involving kickbacks, false claims, medical identity theft, and money laundering. She also Supervised a Violent Crimes Squad, a Domestic Terrorism Squad, and served as a Supervisor in the Undercover Safeguard Unit and the Crisis Management Unit at Quantico. She has testified in numerous criminal trials involving complex white-collar crime and espionage matters in five Judicial Districts and has also testified on two occasions in the U.S. Congress.
Ms. Lavelle holds an MS in Conflict Management and a BA in International Relations from the University of Minnesota.  She is a Certified Clinical Coder and Accredited Healthcare Fraud Investigator, and fluent in Spanish.  Ms. Lavelle is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Haven in the Dr. Henry C Lee Criminal Forensics Department, teaching courses on Healthcare Fraud Analytics and Investigations and Human Trafficking Investigation courses.