A Visit from the FBI: Investigative and Intelligence Careers
Investigative and Intelligence Careers in the FBI
March 19, 2014, at 2:30 p.m.
Pettit College of Law Large Moot Court Room (room 129)
Dawn Nolte, BA ’02, JD ’04, Intelligence Analyst
Nolte is currently assigned to the Cincinnati Division of the FBI. In her current position, Nolte conducts research and analysis regarding criminal threats that affect the Cincinnati Division’s area of operations. Nolte produces various intelligence products, intelligence briefings and geospatial products, which serve to assess the threat as well as aid in driving operations. Nolte is responsible for keeping FBI executive management informed regarding the status of criminal-threat actors and activities on national, regional and local levels. This includes preparing and giving briefings to executive management; these also are provided to the U.S. Attorneys’ Office, FBI headquarter entities, and other federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
Nolte received a Bachelor of Arts in criminal justice from Ohio Northern University and Juris Doctor from the Ohio Northern University College of Law.
Jeffrey Williams, BS ’91, Supervisory Special Agent
Williams, is currently assigned to the Columbus Resident Agency, which is a part of the Cincinnati Division of the FBI. His primary duties include managing and overseeing public corruption and civil rights investigations in the Columbus region. He entered into duty with the FBI in 1999, and his prior FBI experience includes an assignment in the Baltimore Division. He has experience investigating a variety of white-collar crimes and public-corruption violations, including fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, extortion and bribery. He has served as the lead case agent and testified as a summary witness for numerous successful complex fraud and public corruption cases, which involved a variety of sophisticated investigative techniques, including undercover operations and the interception of wire communications.
Williams received a Bachelor of Science in biology from Ohio Northern University and a Master of Business Administration from Tiffin University. Prior to joining the FBI, Williams was employed with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation, where he served as a forensic scientist in the Serology/DNA Analysis Unit. While employed with BCI, Williams conducted various forensic and DNA analysis techniques on biological evidence associated with criminal investigations.