Amanda Prestegard is the Assistant Special Agent in Charge for the IRS-CI Denver Field Office, managing seven groups across the states of Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. Amanda was a Supervisory Special Agent in the Denver FO, Denver POD for 5 years before being selected as the ASAC. Amanda started her career with IRS-CI in the Los Angeles Field Office over 20 years ago, gaining experience and developing expertise in money laundering, asset forfeiture, undercover operations and Bank Secrecy Act violations involving narcotics trafficking, Medicare fraud, and bank fraud. She also served on the HIDTA Southern California Drug Task Force. She has worked with DEA, FBI, HHS-OIG, HSI and USPIS on a wide variety of money laundering and income tax investigations. Amanda also spent 5 years at IRS-CI Headquarters in Washington, DC, working across various program areas including Electronic Crimes, Bank Secrecy Act and FinCEN, as well as serving as Chief of Staff to Chief Richard Weber. Amanda is a certified instructor through IRS-CI's accredited training program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) and has taught for IRS-CI as well as many other law enforcement organizations across the country and around the world.