Amy Nofziger is the Director of Victim Support for the AARP Fraud Watch Network and has nearly two decades of experience in fraud prevention and victim support. While at AARP, Nofziger has led the AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline, a nationwide toll-free helpline for anyone to report concerns about fraud. She also has collaborated on groundbreaking research, subjects include multi-level marketing enterprises, best Interventions for fraud and chronic victimization. She is frequently sought after for public speaking opportunities and has presented across the country to consumers and professionals on consumer fraud and other social issues facing older adults. She has worked with The New York Times, The Today Show, Live with Kelly and Ryan, Dr. Phil, Wall Street Journal, Good Morning America, and other outlets to help shed light on fraud and exploitation of consumers. She has a bachelor’s degree in criminology/sociology and Master of Arts degree with specialization in Leadership. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner.