Mark Giuliano has been named special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Atlanta Division, FBI announced this week in a release.
“Under Mark’s leadership, the National Security Branch has integrated intelligence into operations in ways that have fundamentally changed the way we do business,” said FBI Director Robert Mueller. “He has also played a critical role in building and improving relationships with other members of the U.S. intelligence community and with state, local and federal entities. He will continue to make contributions to the Bureau and to our nation as special agent in charge in Atlanta.”
Giuliano’s career as a special agent with the FBI began in 1988 when he reported to the Washington Field Office and worked on the Safe Streets and Gang Task Force and served on SWAT as an assault team leader.
In 1997, Giuliano was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Violent Crimes Section at FBI Headquarters. While there, he was responsible for the fugitive and Top Ten programs, FBI said.
Giuliano was later assigned to the Atlanta Division where he served as supervisory special agent of the violent crimes and international terrorism squads.
During his career, Giuliano also served as assistant special agent in charge of National Security, FBI’s on-scene commander in Afghanistan, chief of the Domestic Terrorism and Strategic Operation Section in the Counterterrorism Division, deputy assistant director and assistant director for Operations Branch II and executive assistant director of the National Security Branch.
Giuliano has an economics degree from the College of Wooster.