Emilia DiSanto is an executive vice president who brings a wealth of experience from more than three decades in federal service, both on Capitol Hill and in various federal agencies. Ms. DiSanto has spent most of her career working in oversight roles, most prominently as a top aide to Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA); for nine years she was Chief Investigative Counsel and Special Counsel to the Senate Committee on Finance, and prior to that was Chief Investigative Counsel on the Special Committee on Aging. After leaving Capitol Hill, she took a series of high-level posts in the Executive Branch, most recently as the Deputy Inspector General to the U.S. Department of State, and before that as Chief of Staff in the Federal Housing Finance Agency, where she was also the top staffer to the Inspector General. Earlier in her career, Ms. DiSanto was Staff Director for the Senate Committee on Small Business. Ms DiSanto is an attorney who received her J.D. and bachelor’s degree from Fordham University.