A former Assistant Inspector General and investigator, Anthony-Ray has significant investigative experience. At the Office of Executive Inspector General, Anthony-Ray created and implemented investigative plans to detect and deter waste, fraud, misconduct, abuse of authority, and corruption. With jurisdiction across Illinois agencies, Chicago transit boards, and their vendors, Anthony-Ray subpoenaed policies, procedures, and financial records; conducted surveillance; interviewed witnesses and subjects of investigations; and wrote final investigative reports with findings and recommendations.
Anthony-Ray also has experience with litigation, including trial preparation, writing briefs, examining witnesses, and delivering closing arguments. Before becoming an Assistant Inspector General, Anthony-Ray interned in four prosecutor offices throughout the country: the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office and three United States Attorneys’ Offices—the District of Columbia, the District of Arizona, and the Northern District of Illinois.