Susan Nash is President and founder of Search-Net Management; one of the industry leaders in Asset Location. Susan is also a Forensic Accountant, Investigative Consultant and Auditor. Educationally, she holds a baccalaureate degree in Accounting from Queens College. Susan was also a member of the Economics Honor Society and the Accounting Honor Society from the same school.

In addition to authoring several recent articles in various trade publications, she became a published author in 1994, when Prentice Hall published her first book, Budgeting Basics & Beyond: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide for Non-Financial Managers, dealing with the importance of understanding budgeting requirements to operate a successful business or law firm. She also teaches a continuing education course called Advanced Skip Tracing & Cyber Tracking sponsored by the National Business Institute and the Institute for Paralegal Education.

She is active in the following professional organizations NYSSCPA - New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants, National Soceity of Accountants, SPI - Society of Professional Investigators and the LICFE - Long Island and NYCFE - New York City Chapters of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, NYJRS - New York Judgment Recovery Specialists and the PWINETWORK - Professional Women In The Collection Industry. She was also heavily involved in the Legislative Process, especially with its effects on the Fair Credit Reporting Act and related Legislation. In June of 1998, Susan was instrumental in the formation of CAFPA, The Coalition to Amend the Financial Privacy Act, which had more than 200 members, including some of the largest collection law firms in the USA.