Ann finds workplace investigations rewarding when a person with concerns feels heard.
Since 2016, Ann has written and edited investigative reports for the firm. She has conducted investigations since 2020, primarily for community colleges and nonprofit agencies.
Ann has decades of writing, editing and research experience. She previously worked for the San Francisco Chronicle, McGraw-Hill and the Medical Research Institute of San Francisco. She has also volunteered at the American Himalayan Foundation, San Francisco Suicide Prevention and Youth at Risk in Oakland.
An award-winning author, Ann received a James Beard Award for The Essence of Chocolate and was a finalist for the IACP Julia Child Award for Elizabeth Falkner’s Demolition Desserts.
An avid reader and traveler, Ann most enjoys walking in places she’s never been before.
“Fight for the things that you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
University of California, Berkeley; B.A.
Formerly The Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer, we are now Oppenheimer Investigations Group, with a new name, website and partnership structure.
Amy Oppenheimer and Christina Ro-Connolly discuss what organizations can expect during an investigation in this Corporate Compliance Insights article.
Christina Ro-Connolly to speak at the 2021 CLA New Employment Law Practitioner Conference