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Amy Hess Named Head of FBI Memphis Office

Amy Hess/fbi photo

Amy Hess/fbi photo

By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — Amy S. Hess is leaving FBI headquarters to take the post as special agent in charge of the Memphis office, the FBI announced Wednesday.

Hess most recently served as section chief in the International Operations Division.

She joined the FBI in 1991 and was first assigned to the Kansas City field office, where she worked violent crimes, gangs and drug trafficking.

In 1999, she headed to the Louisville Division where she worked domestic terrorism. She was promoted to supervisory special agent of the counterterrorism and counterintelligence squad in 2002.

And in 2005, she went to the mothership as a team leader in the Inspection Division.

In 2007, she became special agent in charge of the Phoenix Division in 2007. During that time, she was temporarily deployed as the on-scene commander for the FBI’s counterterrorism operations in Afghanistan, the FBI said.

In 2008, she returned headquarters where she was named chief of the Executive Staff Section in the National Security Branch.

After that, she named section chief in the International Operations Division, in charge of the operational support of 61 legal attaché offices worldwide.

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