History

 

“AN ORGANIZATION OF DISTINCTION”

The Society of FBI Alumni, Inc. (formerly known as the Society of Former FBI Women, Inc.) was officially organized with 154 charter members on May 18, 1973 in Washington, D.C. for the purpose of providing a means of communication and social contact for former employees of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The Society currently has over 1,200 members in 26 chapters across the nation. Membership in the Society enables each member to remain an integral part of the FBI family, to nurture friendships made and to offer an opportunity to make new ones through chapter meetings and annual conventions. The Society maintains liaison with FBI Headquarters, FBI Field Offices and the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, and its members continue to support the FBI.

The Society’s first convention was held in Washington, D.C. in October, 1979 at which time bylaws were adopted, established the motto “United in Fellowship”, and colors were chosen as red, white, blue and gold. A Society logo was registered with the U.S. Patent Office in December, 1975 and is the official trademark of the Society.

The Society is governed by an executive board consisting of six officers, six regional vice presidents, representing six geographical locations across the U.S., and the immediate past president. Membership is extended to former employees with one year or more of successful FBI service.

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