For Immediate Release
March 19, 2008
FBI National Press Office
Ann Jupina Named SAC of Washington Field Office's Intelligence
Ann Jupina has been named Special Agent in Charge (SAC)
of Intelligence for the Washington field office. Director
Robert S. Mueller, III appointed her to this position
to replace SAC Timothy Healy, who is returning to FBI
Headquarters as the Deputy Assistant Director of the Directorate
of Intelligence. In this position, Ms. Jupina will oversee
the Washington field office's Intelligence Division.
Jupina entered on duty as a special agent with the FBI in
1996. Upon completion of training at the FBI Academy in
Quantico, Virginia, she was assigned to the Washington field
office, where she conducted investigations in cyber, white
collar crime, criminal, and counterintelligence matters.
While at Washington Field, she received the United States
Attorney's Award for leading a high-profile cyber investigation.
Ms. Jupina later became a Supervisory Special Agent in the
National Infrastructure Protection Center, and later in
the FBI's Cyber Division, where she focused on computer
intrusion and malicious code investigations.
her career with the FBI, Ms. Jupina also served as Special
Assistant to the Executive Assistant Director (EAD) of the
National Security Branch (NSB), the EAD of Intelligence,
and the Deputy EAD of Administration. In those positions,
she played a key role in strengthening the FBI's intelligence
program and in the establishment of the Directorate of Intelligence
and the NSB.
to her appointment as SAC, Ms. Jupina served as the Section
Chief of the NSB Executive Staff. In that position, she
oversaw the coordination of the national security budget,
performance metrics, strategy, training, human resource
matters, information technology matters, communications,
and policy issues that cut across the five NSB components:
the Counterterrorism Division, the Counterintelligence Division,
the Directorate of Intelligence, the Weapons of Mass Destruction
Directorate, and the Terrorist Screening Center.
Jupina has more than 17 years of federal government service.
Before joining the FBI, she worked for the Department of
Defense. She is a graduate of Virginia Tech University and
the Pennsylvania State University. Ms. Jupina holds a Master's
degree in Engineering, a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics,
and a Bachelor of Science degree in Education.
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