Name: Marlo McGuire Graham
Graduation Year: 2000
Current Residency: San Francisco, CA
Current Employment Status: Special Agent, FBI
Favorite quote: “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.”
During the summer of 1995 Marlo completed her first stint with the FBI as a GS 3 summer intern. It was during that summer Marlo fully committed to becoming an FBI Agent as soon as she was eligible. After spending three years working for the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, Marlo finally became eligible, and secretly applied to become a Special Agent with the FBI. Upon graduating from the FBI academy in June 2004 Marlo became the Generation X half of the first Mother-Daughter Special Agent tandem in FBI history. Marlo had no idea her personal accomplishment would make history, let alone have an impact, until she met a new FBI Agent who only applied to the FBI after reading about Marlo and her mom in Essence magazine. Marlo is currently working Violent Crimes Against Children, but has spent most of her career working Public Corruption, Government Fraud, Anti-trust, and Civil Rights matters in the San Francisco Division, where she is also a Firearms Instructor, Director’s Advisory Committee Representative, and an avid recruiter.