Christy McCampbell is a 30-year career law enforcement officer with state, local, federal and international experience. Currently, she is the Vice President of Counternarcotic and Law Enforcement Programs at Pro-Telligent.
Prior to this position she was the Vice President of the Training and Law Enforcement Division at USIS. She has served as a senior executive level administrator with oversight of major law enforcement agencies. She has also worked overseas representing the U.S. Department of State (INL).
She also served as the United Nations Country Representative to Pakistan for the Office on Drugs and Crime where she was responsible for the highest level of country development and implementation of anti-drug and crime control, police training programs, and collaboration with country leaders and local authorities.
She has also served as the Staff Director of the Caucus on International Narcotics Control for the U.S. Senate. She also has experience working at the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, and the California Department of Justice.
She is a subject matter expert in law enforcement, training both nationally and internationally, counter narcotics, anti-terrorism, fraud, rule of law, and human trafficking and has been responsible for congressional affairs in international narcotics and crime. Ms. McCampbell is a frequent public speaker and has testified before the United States Congress.
She holds a Bachelor's Degree, a Master's Degree in Public Administration and a Juris Doctorate. She has received the President's Award for Outstanding Leadership in Drug Enforcement by California Narcotics Officers' Association 2003, the San Francisco Police Department's Police Chief Award for Outstanding Contributions in Narcotic Enforcement 1999, and the FBI's National Academy Commendation for Contributions in Narcotic Enforcement in a guest lecturer series 1998.