Marc Hurwitz attended SUNY Buffalo for a B.A. degree in Political Science, and The George Washington University for a M.A. degree in National Security Policy.
Marc began government service with Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and continued in the U.S. Department of State’s Human Rights Bureau. He then worked in the White House for three years, where he served as the aide to the Deputy National Security Advisor. Marc went on to become a counter-terrorism officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and later worked for the government in multiple overseas posts, earning several commendations for meritorious service.
In 2008, Marc opened Crossroads Investigations to sub-contract for retired CIA Chiefs of Stations with corporate due diligence contracts. Crossroads has since expanded into a full-service Private Investigation and Due Diligence firm, named by the Daily Business Review as the top Private Investigation Agency in South Florida.
Marc is a Florida Board Certified Investigator, a National Board Accredited Investigator, and a Certified International Investigator.
Marc is accredited by the Stave & Thief Society as a Bourbon Steward.
Marc takes pride in having an active role in his industry, profession and community:
Member, Florida Association of Licensed Investigators
Member, Florida Association of Professional Investigators
Member, World Association of Detectives
Member, Council of International Investigators
Member, International Intelligence Network
Member, National Association of Licensed Investigators
Member, California Association of Licensed Investigators
Founder, Aventura Marketing Council Law Committee
Strategic Regional Member, Florida Lawyer’s Network
Appointed Member, Florida Bar Grievance Committee, 11th Circuit, 2013-2016
Alumnus and Cohort Ambassador, Goldman Sachs/Babson College 10,000 Small Business (10KSB)
Program Chair, Law Day, North Dade Justice Center Courthouse, 2013-2016
Winner, Miami-Dade County Commission Small Business Grant
President, Sky Lake – Highland Lakes Area HOA, representing over 13,000 residents, 2016-2019
Graduate, Glass Leadership Institute, Anti-Defamation League
Founding Member, State University of NY at Buffalo South Florida Alumni Association
Member, George Washington University South Florida Alumni Association
Previous Executive Board Member, Miami Jewish Federation Network
Previous Member, Board of Directors, Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach
Client Relations Manager and Investigator
Katie Ramos is Crossroads Investigations’ Central Florida Client Relations and Case Manager. Katie has extensive investigative and operational experience, including working for American Express and Sprint. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Florida International University.
Client Relations Manager and Investigator
Sarah Parr is Crossroads Investigations’ Tampa Client Relations and Case Manager. Sarah has an extensive background in investigative quality control and has experience working with the legal community in Orlando. She is originally from California and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
Lashelle Roundtree serves as Crossroads’ Senior Intelligence Analyst. Lashelle Roundtree serves as Crossroads’ Senior Intelligence Analyst. She has 25+ years of experience combating transnational crimes and counterterrorism threats.
Lashelle began her government career as a Financial Analyst for the Federal Reserve Board in Washington, DC. She then moved to Wall Street to serve as an Underwriter for American International Group. She returned to DC to serve in the Central Intelligence Agency as an Intelligence Analyst covering financial crimes and money laundering. As a Senior Counterterrorism Analyst, she identified and disrupted terrorist financing networks. Shortly after 9/11, she became one of the United States’ first subject matter experts on ‘following the money’ to combat global terrorism and an authority on the role of money remittance systems in terrorist financing. After a 10-year career with the CIA, she transitioned into self-employment to start her own consulting company in 2013. Since that time, she has been supporting Crossroads with its diverse portfolio of due diligence services—to include heir searches, reputational risk analysis, business intelligence inquiries, and financial network investigations.
Lashelle is currently an independent contractor who identifies security threats, assesses global financial risk, and implements organizational change on behalf of her global clients. She received a B.S. in Finance from Georgetown University and a M.A.L.D from the Fletcher school of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University. She most recently completed a certificate program for Business Consultants at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.