History

 

“AN ORGANIZATION OF DISTINCTION”

In the early 1970s, a group of women who worked at the FBI developed the habit of meeting occasionally for lunch. On May 18, 1973, the Society of Former FBI Women, Inc. was officially incorporated with 154 charter members. A few years later, after considerable debate, the organization was renamed the Society of FBI Alumni, Inc., to be more inclusive, but its purpose, that of fellowship, support for law enforcement, and charitable giving, remained unchanged.

The Society’s first national convention was held in Washington, D.C., in October, 1979, at which time national bylaws, the Society motto “United in Fellowship,” and the Society colors (red, white, blue, and gold) were adopted.

RECENT NEWS »

New Society Treasurer

We are pleased to announce that the Executive Board unanimously approved the appointment of Barbara Ervin to complete the current term of Society Treasurer. Barbara...

 

NOVA Tenth Anniversary Meeting

We will be celebrating our chapter’s Tenth Anniversary at our luncheon on Tuesday, June 16, 2015, at the Springfield Golf and Country Club. We now...

 

2015 Annual Conference

The 2015 Annual Conference has been announced for next year.  It will be held in Reno, Nevada, September 3-6, 2015.  We are excited about this event.  There...