Pamela M. Kerr CPA, CFE, FCPA, is the founder and president of Kerr Forensic Accounting & Consulting, PC. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Forensic Certified Public Accountant (FCPA). These credentials enable her to serve on both a national and international basis.

With over 30-plus years of experience in accounting, finance, tax, audit and forensic accounting, we are sensitive to the personal side of probate and elder issues and to the confidential nature of financial investigations. We offer highly personalized service for your specific needs and believe that communication and discretion are keys elements to a successful team approach.

Bachelor of Science, Accounting, Metropolitan State University of Denver, 1990
Honors:    Magna cum laude 
                               Outstanding Student – School of Business

Ms. Kerr’s experience includes

  • Owning a bookkeeping and accounting business for more than five years
  • Performing small to multi-million-dollar audits for Deloitte & Touché
  • Managing various accounting departments for mid-size and large businesses
  • Performing forensic audits and financial investigations for a wide range of businesses, individuals and probate matters
  • Curriculum Vitae (available upon request)

“When Fraud Hits Home” July 2010     Out Front Colorado

  • Denver Probate Court Guardian Ad Litem Committee – past member
  • Colorado Chapter of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
    • Past Vice President
    • Past Training Director
  • Volunteer – Adopt-A-Senior – Health SET
  • Volunteer – Epworth Foundation
  • Past Member – Board of Directors-Mile High Child Care Centers
  • Past Member – Board of Directors-Colorado Association of Gifted & Talented
  • United Way Loaned Executive
  • Past Volunteer and volunteer coordinator for Colorado Special Olympics
  • Creator/Organizer of The Ann Brockway Memorial Swim
  • Creator – Share a Dream Foundation (1990-1992)
  • Big Sister – Denver Public Schools-Denver Kids Program (1992-1994)

Pam completed an investigation in which a brother was found to have stolen $1.5 million from his mentally ill sister. Pam’s persistent mining of the facts was able to show that the funds had been transferred into over 25 bank accounts.

The Judge stated that “it took an extraordinary effort by Ms. Kerr to trace where funds were placed, and the expenses paid by those funds.”

Pam’s report was instrumental in the Court’s finding of both breach of fiduciary duty and Civil Theft, which was upheld by the Colorado Court of Appeals in January 2018.

Pam Kerr
Founder and President