Assistant Inspector General for Audits
Jacqueline Wilson is the Assistant Inspector General for Audits at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Office of Inspector General (OIG). In this capacity she is responsible for directing performance and financial audits and evaluations of the agency’s programs and activities.
Ms. Wilson served on active-duty in the U.S. Air Force for nearly nine-years and began her audit career in the Federal government in 1995, working at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, in the Office of Chief Accountant, where she quickly worked her way up to senior auditor and independently conducted financial audits and made accounting determinations for jurisdictional utility companies.
Ms. Wilson served as an audit manager with the Defense Intelligence Agency, OIG and oversaw complex performance and financial-related audits of the agency’s programs and operations. Later, Ms. Wilson went on to serve as a supervisory auditor in the OIG at the Department of State and the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, where she managed teams that conducted financial statements audits and complex performance audits and reviews related to the agency’s procurement function and program activities. The audits and reviews were all conducted in accordance with the applicable audit standards established by the Comptroller General of the United States and the President's Council on Integrity and Efficiency. Most recently Ms. Wilson served as the financial audit branch chief in the OIG at the Defense Information Systems Agency. She has performed both internal and external peer reviews of OIG offices, as a team member and coordinator.
Ms. Wilson received a Bachelor of Science degree in Labor Relations from the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and a Master of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Hawaii Pacific University. She is a member of the Association of Government Accountants.