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Monica M. Miller Named Special Agent in Charge of Sacramento Field Office

Washington, D.C. August 12, 2013
  • FBI National Press Office (202) 324-3691

Director Robert S. Mueller, III has appointed Monica M. Miller as the special agent in charge of the Sacramento Field Office. Since 2012, Ms. Miller has served as an FBI senior detailee to the Central Intelligence Agency, where she oversaw counterespionage personnel.

Ms. Miller joined the FBI in 1989 as a special agent and was assigned to the Washington Field Office (WFO), where she worked a variety of violent crime cases. In 1994, she transferred to the New Orleans Field Office’s Shreveport Resident Agency to work white-collar crime and numerous other criminal violations. She joined the San Juan Field Office in 1999 and investigated public corruption cases and coordinated the division’s human source program. Ms. Miller performed similar duties at WFO from 2004-2005.

She was promoted to supervisory special agent at WFO in 2006 and managed linguists and personnel working counterintelligence cases. In 2008, she joined the Human Resources Division to serve as chief of the Transfer Unit, which manages personnel transfers within the FBI’s 56 field offices and its legal attaché offices.

Ms. Miller moved to Atlanta after being promoted in 2010 to assistant special agent in charge of the Administrative Branch, where her duties also included oversight of six resident agencies.

Before joining the FBI, Ms. Miller served in the U.S. Army in military intelligence. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of Louisiana, Lafayette.