Channing (May) Mavrellis is an analyst at Global Financial Integrity, focusing on the financial aspects of transnational crime. Her March 2017 report, Transnational Crime and the Developing World, explores 11 different criminal markets: their value, dynamics, impacts on developing countries, and recent developments. She has an MA in International Affairs from American University’s School of International Service, where she pursued coursework on transnational organized crime and terrorism. Prior to joining GFI, Channing worked in banking, and has taught in South Korea and Morocco. Channing has a Graduate Certificate in French Translation from American University and received a BA from the University of Wisconsin. Channing is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS).
articles by Channing Mavrellis, CAMS
April 26, 2017 blog
April 11, 2017 blog
March 27, 2017 Press Releases
September 24, 2016 Press Releases
November 20, 2014 blog