Kevin Kendrick joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1981 and spent the next 25 years in the FBI working in virtually every area of investigative responsibility including two tours of duty at FBI Headquarters. Kevin served at almost every level in the Bureau as well, beginning as an investigator for seven years and then continuing into increasingly complex management roles. He served as a Deputy Assistant Director in the Personnel Division from 2003-2004 before accepting the position of Special Agent in Charge (SAC) for the state of North Carolina from 2004-2006.
Kevin will talk about the history of the Bureau, including about what it is, how it’s organized, what they do well and where they have opportunities for improvement. He will also speak about a few of his personal experiences such as testifying before Congress in the Whitewater investigation, what it was like working for Director Robert Mueller and becoming the first Black SAC for Charlotte.