Diana Pilipenko is the associate director for anti-corruption and illicit finance at American Progress. Prior to joining American Progress in June 2017, she managed corporate investigations and analysis at Deloitte, a Big Four accounting firm. Specializing in anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, sanctions, and export controls compliance, she led numerous investigations and assessments on behalf of commercial, federal, and nonprofit organizations. Pilipenko received a master’s degree in regional studies—Russia, Eastern Europe, and Central Asia (REECA)—from Harvard University and a bachelor’s degree in international studies with a minor in Slavic literature from the University of Chicago.

By Diana Pilipenko
Following the Money: Trump and Russia-Linked Transactions From the Campaign to the Presidential InaugurationCenter for American ProgressDecember 17, 2018
What Everyone’s Forgetting About Paul ManafortThe Washington PostSeptember 18, 2018
Yes, Paul Manafort Is on Trial for Crimes in the U.S. But His Work in Ukraine Helped to Destroy a Country.The Washington PostAugust 17, 2018
Bringing Dark Money to a Gunfight: The NRA and Other Groups Are Increasingly Using Untraceable Dollars to Influence Our ElectionsNew York Daily NewsJuly 19, 2018
Confronting the Cost of Trump’s Corruption to American FamiliesCenter for American ProgressJune 4, 2018
Breaking Down the Mueller Investigation with Chris HayesCenter for American ProgressMay 24, 2018
Cohen’s Slush Fund is Not Business as Usual—But Business as Usual Needs to ChangeJust SecurityMay 23, 2018
NRA, Russia and Trump: How ‘Dark Money’ is Poisoning American DemocracyCNBCFebruary 15, 2018
Cracking the Shell: Trump and the Corrupting Potential of Furtive Russian MoneyCenter for American ProgressFebruary 13, 2018