Beth Savage, CPA, CFE, CAMS

Beth Savage is a Director in PwC’s Midwest Forensic Services practice assisting clients in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. She specializes in fraud investigations, forensic accounting matters and investigations involving federal and state compliance matters. Her experience includes leading confidential fraud and forensic accounting investigations involving asset misappropriations, accounting irregularities, vendor kickbacks, Ponzi schemes, money laundering, expense report abuse and financial statement misrepresentations. She also focuses on compliance investigations, including compliance remediation efforts and assisting companies develop or strengthen their existing compliance programs.

Ms. Savage has 20+ years of professional experience assisting clients with accounting and financial reporting, budgeting, internal audit and controls and corporate governance matters. In addition, she has lead engagements related to corporate litigation, business restructuring and arbitration matters and has provided expert witness testimony. Prior to joining PwC, Ms. Savage was a Managing Director for Jefferson Wells International, Inc., a subsidiary of the Manpower Group providing internal audit outsourcing and co-sourcing solutions for global organizations. Ms. Savage also served as the Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer for a public company which provides a unique understanding of the challenges companies face to manage risk while delivering strong business growth and results.

Ms. Savage believes in giving back to the community and has served on numerous nonprofit boards. She is currently serving as a judicial appointment to the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities, chairing the Finance Committee which oversees a budget of $250+ million. She is also the Chair of the Board of Directors for Best Buddies Ohio, a global nonprofit providing opportunities for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She is a member of the Endowment Board of Trustees for YWCA Columbus and has previously served as Chair of the Board of Directors for the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio. Her experience also includes serving previously on the Board of Directors for The Legacy Fund of the The Columbus Foundation and the Advisory Council for Muskingum University.

Beth has been a member of Marburn’s Board of Trustees since 2016.