Christopher A. Wray

Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Wray began his Department of Justice career in 1997 as an Assistant US Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia, where he prosecuted cases ranging from public corruption to gun trafficking and financial fraud.

In 2003, Wray was nominated by President George W. Bush to serve as Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division. In addition to overseeing criminal matters, he played a key role in the evolving national security mission of the department. Wray also served on the president’s Corporate Fraud Task Force and supervised the Enron Task Force.

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