Roderick L. Beverly BACKGROUND
Senior Investigative Consultant
Mr. Beverly has joined the private sector after a 24-year career with the Federal
Bureau of Investigation in which he acquired extensive experience in strategic
planning, development, training and tactical leadership of comprehensive
operations worldwide. During his tenure with the Federal Bureau of Investigation,
Work: (713) 623-2600 x 242 he held many appointments such as Special Agent in Charge of the San Antonio
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and Houston divisions, Program Coordinator of the Organized Crime and Drug
Sections of the Criminal Investigative Division, and the Executive Manager of the
Office of International Operations in which he oversaw FBI offices operating in 45
Mr. Beverly is able to effectively communicate on all organizational levels. During
his various assignments, he routinely interacted with senior executive
counterparts in other governmental agencies, with diplomats, members of
Congress and the public. Mr. Beverly has significant experience in public
speaking, particularly with the electronic and print media.
Mr. Beverly is an experienced problem solver combining strong leadership and
communications skills with extensive broad-based operational experience. Thus,
he is highly successful in analyzing problems and implementing solutions. He
specializes in solving complex issues where hardship and/or culturally
problematic concerns exist. He is fully fluent in Spanish.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Executive manager for FBI operations in the fourth largest city in the
United States. Scope of responsibility included operation of the FBI Joint
Terrorism Task Force, which is staffed by representatives from all key
federal agencies. Daily contact with federal, state and local counterparts.
Responsible for supervision of over 550 FBI and approximately 100 Task
Special in Agent in Charge responsible for all FBI operations overseas.
Scope of responsibility included staffing and operating FBI offices in 45
foreign countries. Oversight and planning of an $18 million annual budget
(excluding salaries and benefits) and responsible for 275 employees.
Initiated $44 million expansion and opening new offices in ten countries.
Closely involved with physical security and threat analysis.
Special in Agent in Charge responsible for all FBI operations in the San
Antonio division. Scope of responsibility included oversight, organization
and planning of a $2.5 million annual budget (excluding salaries and
benefits) and 360 personnel comprised of special agents, task force
officers and support staff. Received 2002 Presidential Rank of Meritorious
Executive (limited to top 5% of FBI Senior Executive Service) for
performance in this position.
Second-in-command of all FBI operations in Puerto Rico and the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Program Manager for the division’s primary investigative
programs during a period of resource enhancements, successfully
opening three new auxiliary offices and establishing an FBI-led
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interagency intelligence center. Achieved success in dealing with long
standing quality of life and agent staffing issues.
Program coordinator for Organized Crime (OC)/Drug Program. Directed
the investigative activities of sixteen FBI and six task force agents.
For twelve months, conducted comprehensive audits of FBI entities to
determine compliance with established policies and procedures, as well
as effectiveness and efficiency issues.
Worked on a daily basis with host country counterparts, in some cases
dealing directly with cabinet level government executives, to support FBI
investigative requirements in Bogota, Columbia. Integral member of a
team supporting the embassy’s number one priority, international drug
trafficking. Member of the embassy’s Emergency Action Committee,
assessing threats to the embassy and U.S. personnel. Considerable
experience in the investigation of extra territorial crimes such as
kidnapping and extortion.
Assigned to the OC/Drug Section with duties in both the intelligence and
operational units. Detailed to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Headquarters for one year to establish the first FBI/DEA Joint Intelligence
Bachelor of Arts, Economics North Carolina State University.
Fully fluent in Spanish.
International Association of Chiefs of Police, Member
Houston High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area, Executive Board Member
Greater Houston Area Regional Computer Forensics Lab, Executive
Federal Bureau of Investigation National Executive Institute, Graduate &
Federal Bureau of Investigation Executive Development Institute,
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