Deirdre L. Fike, who most recently was an inspector for the Inspection Division at headquarters, has been assigned to head up the FBI’s Anchorage Division.
Fike began her FBI career in 1989 and was first assigned to Louisville, where she investigated violent crimes and served as a crisis negotiator and a coordinator for the Behavioral Analysis Unit.
In 1997, she headed west to the Omaha Division to investigate white-collar crime, while focusing on health care fraud on the Nebraska Health Care Fraud Task Force.
In 2002, she was promoted to supervisory special agent in the Office of Professional Responsibility at headquarters in D.C.
In 2004, she became a supervisory special agent in the Sacramento Division with oversight of the White-Collar Crime Program.
In 2011, she returned to the mothership to work in the Inspection Division.