Speakers 2018-12-29T09:10:26+00:00

SPEAKERS

NHIA Conference Speakers

The National Homicide Investigators Association work on obtaining national topics, trends, and current technology for our attendees.  We have enlisted a great schedule of presenters and vendors this year’s conference.  You can see the speaker’s photographs,  topics and biographies on the Speaker page of our website. Please check back frequently as we update our Conference Speakers page.

Leonard WolfLeonard Wolf

Forensic Photographer Supervisor, Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Department


Topic: The 1996 crash of ValueJet Flight 592 in the Florida Everglades

L eonard Wolf is a certified Forensic Photographer who supervises the Forensic Imaging Bureau for the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner Department. Lenny has been with the Medical Examiner Department since 1996; prior to establishing his forensic expertise, Lenny spent 11 years as a commercial Photographer where he had various jobs including Aerial, Corporate, Catalogue and Advertising Photography. After a successful career as an advertising photographer who specialized in still life special effects, Lenny now combines a professional photographic approach to documenting evidence. Lenny provides training not only within the Medical Examiner Department; he also lectures and consults for outside agencies.

Brittney McLaurinBrittney McLaurin

Medicolegal Investigator for Unidentified Remains, Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Department


Topic: Medicolegal Approach to Identifying Unknown Human Remains

B rittney McLaurin has been with Miami-Dade Medical Examiner Department’s Investigations Bureau for the past 6 years. Currently, she is a medicolegal investigator that specializes in identifying remains. She has vivid experience in various aspects of death investigations, including sudden unexpected infant deaths. Brittney has been involved in several realms of the forensic science field, which included work experience in crime scene investigations and as an autopsy technician. Additionally, she has taught Forensic Science at the secondary education level. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Psychology. Brittney is board certified by the American Board of Medicolegal Death Investigators and has a graduate certification in Forensic Death Investigation.