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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James Couch
Practice Administrator
James "Rusty" Couch is Acuity Forensics' practice administrator. 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.
Tammy Leon
Executive Assistant
Tammy Leon is Acuity's Executive Assistant. With a professional background supporting executives in the healthcare and consulting industry, Tammy brings over 20 years of experience to Acuity. As an Executive Assistant, Tammy keeps the team on track. She is responsible for onboarding new clients, managing and tracking client documents, and billing activities. In addition to managing Tiffany’s busy schedule and coordinating meetings, Tammy assists in client projects, including the analysis of key documents and the QC of expert reports.
"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
"I viewed your testimony in the Brophy trial, as well as the testimony of the prosecution's expert witnesses (both the expert speaking to the financial condition of the Brophy's as well as the insurance expert). The professionalism you displayed, the exhibits you presented, and points you testified to were elevated so far above that of the prosecution's experts as to have made them appear to be novices in comparison. Your testimony was a credit to the Profession."
K. K.
Vancouver, WA