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Emil Moschella, JD

Compliance Specialist

Emil Moschella

Professional Experience

Emil Moschella has over 40 years of experience in the fields of corporate compliance, criminal investigations, and law enforcement. He provides advisory services to clients on compliance related problems and issues.  He provides education and training on compliance and conducting internal investigations; conducts investigation of compliance related issues; assists compliance officers in building and improving their compliance programs; and serves as interim compliance officer for health care organizations.  He is currently assisting the Rutgers Center for Government Compliance and Ethics in promoting compliance programs in government organizations.

Previous Work Experience

Mr. Moschella has six years experience as Director of Corporate Compliance at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, where he reported to the Chief Executive Officer and the Audit and Compliance Committee of the Board of Directors. In this capacity he directed the day to day operation of the compliance program operations that included development and implementation of compliance related policies and procedures; risk identification and mitigation; investigations; and compliance education/training.  He served as a consultant on the application of compliance program methodologies to various clients, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), as it established, a first in government, agency wide compliance program. Prior to that, Mr. Moschella served as a Special Agent for the FBI.  He rose through the ranks of the FBI to serve as a Staff Attorney for the Office of General Counsel then to head the Office of Congressional Affairs as its Legislative Counsel.  He subsequently became a Senior Executive Service Section Chief for Legal Advice and Training, as well as Section Chief for Freedom of Information and Privacy Act.