Maureen L. Murat is an Assistant General Counsel with the D.C. Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking where she provides legal advice and guidance on regulatory matters relating to banking, finance and fintech.
Maureen is an Adjunct Professor at the University of New Hampshire, Franklin Pierce School of Law, where she teaches Tokenomics and Cryptocurrency Regulations and Smart Cities, Smart Government. She is also a summer instructor at Columbia University, School of Professional Studies and teaches in the courses: Blockchain, Cryptocurrencies, AI and Beyond; Understanding Blockchain, AI and Machine Learning.
In her spare time, Maureen serves as principal of Crowdie Advisors, LLC, a business consulting firm dedicated to helping entrepreneurs and small businesses form business entities, transact business (strategy, planning and problem-solving), and obtain financing via equity crowdfunding. She is a partner with Axes and Eggs, a blockchain think tank and digital advisory firm that focuses on blockchain consulting, education courses for executives and digital advisory services.