Director Christopher Wray has named Jennifer L. Moore as the special agent in charge of the Intelligence Division of the Washington Field Office. Ms. Moore most recently served as a section chief in the Strategic Realignment Project Management Office, where she oversaw the potential transfer of more than 3,000 positions to outside the National Capital Region.
Ms. Moore joined the FBI in 1995 as an office automation assistant in the San Diego Field Office. She was promoted to a supervisor before she was accepted to the FBI Academy to train as a special agent in 1998. As a new agent, her first assignment was in the Dallas Field Office, where she worked complex financial crimes and public corruption. She was promoted to supervisory special agent in 2005 and oversaw personal, physical, and information security at the office.
In 2010, she transferred to FBI Headquarters as a supervisor in internal investigations in the Inspection Division. Ms. Moore was promoted to supervisory special resident agent in 2012 and placed in charge of three resident agencies under the Las Vegas Field Office. In 2015, she was promoted to an assistant special agent in charge in the Louisville Field Office in Kentucky, leading the FBI’s criminal investigations throughout the state. Ms. Moore also served as the commander of the SWAT team and oversaw administrative functions.
Ms. Moore was promoted to section chief in the Security Division at Headquarters in 2017, focusing on internal security issues. She transferred to the Strategic Realignment Project Management Office in 2019, focusing on the expansion of FBI Headquarters to Huntsville, Alabama; Clarksburg, West Virginia; and Pocatello, Idaho.
Prior to joining the FBI, Ms. Moore was a manager with an international marketing firm. She earned a degree in business management.