Tiffany Couch, CPA/CFF, CFE
CEO/Founder
Tiffany Couch is Acuity Forensics' CEO, founder and principal. She has more than 21 years of experience in the field of accounting with the last 14 years focused completely on forensic accounting related engagements. Her expertise is in matters involving fraud investigation, forensic accounting, contract and regulatory compliance, internal control risk assessment and complex litigation.

She has conducted dozens of financial investigations, managed cases involving tens of thousands of documents, and has testified in state and federal jurisdictions. She has worked with local, state and federal officials to support their work (or provide a resource) in several significant embezzlement cases.
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Lori Maust
Associate
Lori joined Acuity Forensics in January 2019. She has more than 20 years of experience in public accounting, focused primarily as a senior auditor for a variety of entities including privately held businesses, nonprofits, and condominium and homeowner's associations. She brings her audit and accounting expertise to Acuity as an Associate who will be responsible for analyzing documents, conducting fraud risk assessments, and assisting our CEO with managing many aspects of client engagements.

Lori holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Central Washington University and became a Certified Public Accountant in 1999. She worked at The Boeing Company as a cost accountant prior to becoming a CPA.
Brandon LeMay
Associate
Brandon has been with Acuity Forensics since 2012, and as an Associate is responsible for many of the key day to day tasks within the life-cycle of our client engagements. From the initial document review to the preparation of the final exhibit schedules (and everything in between), Brandon ensures that our clients receive high level, in-depth analysis in the most efficient manner possible. He performs much of the initial financial analysis, asset tracing, and loss estimates.

Prior to joining Acuity Forensics, Brandon owned and operated 2 commercial real estate companies where he analyzed, consulted on, and closed many complex real estate transactions throughout the Western United States.
James Couch
Bookkeeper
James "Rusty" Couch is Acuity Forensics' bookkeeper. Rusty is the key person responsible for making sure the accountant's accounting records are accurate.

In addition to managing the firm's finances, Rusty serves as the bookkeeper and financial manager for several elderly clients. He assists clients with paying bills, managing rental properties, and communicating their financial affairs to family members and tax accountants.
"Just a short note from the Finance Committee and the Board of Directors of the YWCA Clark County to say thank you so very much for volunteering your time and utilizing your expertise in assisting us with our efforts to improve upon our internal controls. Having your input and participation in our financial well being goes a long way in making the YWCA a strong and viable non-profit organization. It is because of dedicated and caring professionals like yourself that we are capable of carrying out the mission and vision of our agency."
J.K.
Vancouver, Washington
"We have found the professionals at Acuity to be very efficient and effective in a number of forensic and data intense financial analyses - covering fraud, embezzlement, data recovery and posting, and joint representation before state payroll tax agencies. Simply put... they do good work."
N.R.
Vancouver, Washington