Katrina Goodman ’97, M.S. ’01 (sociology), was named the deputy inspector general for investigations in the Virginia Office of the State Inspector General. A law enforcement veteran with 24 years of service, she will oversee two units in the investigations division in her new role—the criminal investigations unit and the hotline unit—as well as the accreditation and grant programs for the agency. Her two units work together to investigate possible fraud, waste, abuse and corruption in executive branch agencies.
Her team includes five special agents, a forensic analyst, an accreditation manager, four hotline investigators and the hotline manager. Goodman’s undergraduate degree from Longwood is in sociology.
She is a certified fraud examiner, a certified inspector general investigator and a certified forensic interviewer.