Andy Mao is the Department of Justice’s National Elder Justice Coordinator, a position established by the Elder Abuse Prevention and Prosecution Act. In this capacity, he helps to coordinate the Department’s many elder justice efforts, including its programmatic efforts to enhance the capacity of elder justice processionals to combat elder abuse, neglect and financial exploitation. Mr. Mao is also a Deputy Director in the Department of Justice’s Civil Fraud Section, where he has investigated and litigated a wide array of health care fraud matters involving hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and skilled nursing facility chains. Mr. Mao joined the Department in 2000 through the Attorney General’s Honors Program after completing a federal clerkship in the District of New Jersey. Mr. Mao is a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Virginia School of Law.