An executive at a New York City non-profit organization has been arrested and charged with stealing $373,000 in both state and federal funds, according to a joint announcement from Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Comptroller Tom DiNapoli and city Department of Investigation Commissioner Rose Gill Hearn.

Law enforcement officials allege Dorothy Ogundu pocketed the funds initially directed to her non-profit organization Angeldocs, Inc.

Ogundu, in turn, is accused of usingthe money to pay mortgages on commercial property she owned, make improvements on the property to increase its value and even ship vehicles to Nigeria while also making other personal purchases and for her for-profit operation.

The organization has received a dozen state, city and federal grants, with Ogundu accused of skimming portions from all 12: approximately $91,000 from the City of New York, approximately $87,000 from the State of New York and approximately $195,000 from the federal government.

“Dorothy Ogundu pocketed hundreds of thousands of city, state and federal taxpayer dollars intended to help those who need it most with their health care costs,” Schneiderman said in a statement. “City, state and federal funds intended to serve New Yorkers in need should not be used to line the pockets of people running charities. Working together with Comptroller DiNapoli, we will use every tool at our disposal to crack down on anyone abusing the public trust.”

Ogundu was charged with several felonies, including second-degree grand larceny, second-degree forgery and first-degree falsifying business records.

In addition to the city and state investigation, officials say the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Housing and Urban Development Department played a role in the probe.