Adrienne Sexton has over ten years of experience in quantitative analysis in the areas of antitrust, consumer fraud, finance, and macroeconomics. She manages and analyzes complex datasets that ultimately are used in the calculation of economic damages. She has analyzed data that has been integral in the analyses of damages that have supported multi-million dollar settlements along with damages estimates used for pre-litigation and settlement purposes. In addition, she has assisted in the development and implementation of statistical and economic models.
Ms. Sexton’s experience spans industries including healthcare, minerals, chemicals, after-market automotive parts, energy, real estate, consumer electronics, labor, agriculture, plumbing, truck transmissions, and music rights. In addition to analyzing complex data issues, Ms. Sexton develops best practices and oversees the training of staff on data analysis.
Ms. Sexton began supporting Dr. Lamb in 2008. Prior to this she worked at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors supporting the staff of economists responsible for analyzing and forecasting the agriculture and energy prices used in the forecasting of GDP.