About us

Kia Roberts is the Founder and Principal of Triangle Investigations.

Triangle is an expert-level investigations group dedicated to conducting technology enabled misconduct investigations with sensitivity and attention to detail. Triangle Investigations developed and created Telli™, an exclusive, easy-to-use and first-of-its kind app that works as a reporting mechanism for persons lodging allegations of misconduct, both in the workplace and in other organizational settings. Triangle also conducts dynamic, customizable, and engaging employee/organization member training sessions, and offers policy and procedural writing services for organizations.

 
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Prior to founding Triangle Investigations, Kia was the NFL's first-ever Director of Investigations, a position in which she handled investigations into allegations of violations of the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy (the NFL's Code of Conduct), for all NFL players and employees, both nationally and internationally.

Within this position, Kia handled a wide range of investigations, including but not limited to: sexual harassment investigations, workplace violence investigations, bullying investigations, and investigations involving both criminal and non-criminal conduct, both in and outside of the workplace.

 

Kia conducted numerous high-profile, highly-complex investigations within this role, while supervising a global network of security contractors who assisted with the investigations.

Before joining the NFL, Kia spent nearly a decade as a Senior Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney's Office in Brooklyn, New York. In her last years at the District Attorney's Office, Kia was appointed by the elected District Attorney to the Office's prestigious and highly selective Homicide Bureau, which was composed of the top 12 trial attorneys in the Office.

Kia obtained her law degree from Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville, Tennessee. While at Vanderbilt, Kia was involved in numerous organizations, and worked as a writer for Obiter Dictum, a law school publication, and also served on the Student-Faculty Relations Committee. Kia obtained her undergraduate degree from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. While at Duke, Kia was on the Dean's List, was a writer for The Chronicle, Duke's award-winning daily student publication, and served on the President's Council on Black Affairs, an advisory group to the President of Duke University.

A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Kia currently lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her husband and two children.