Manuel Gomez

Mr. Gomez is a former Principal Relief Supervisor and Special Agent with the FBI. He investigated terrorism and espionage cases as an agent in the National Security Division. He was a certified undercover agent and successfully completed Agent Survival School. He is a recipient of the prestigious FBI Investigator of the Year award for identifying and neutralizing clandestine activities by hostile intelligence services against the U.S. As a result of his investigations, members of the U.S. Intelligence Community (USIC) received significant and substantial intelligence that was extensively used by the Executive Branch of the Government in formulating effective and productive foreign policy. Mr. Gomez worked closely in these investigations with the USIC, including the CIA, NSA and DOD.

Mr. Gomez is also a former Sergeant in the NYPD where he supervised patrol and investigative activities of numerous police officers, detectives and civilian personnel. Mr. Gomez worked as a uniformed and plainclothes officer in combating narcotics trafficking, violent crimes, and quality of life concerns. He has executed over 100 arrests and received Departmental recognition on eight separate occasions.

Mr. Gomez has a Bachelors Degree and Masters Degree and is a graduate of Fordham University School of Law where he was on the Dean’s list. He is admitted to the New York and New Jersey Bar. He served honorably in the United States Marine Corps infantry.

Manny is also the Chairman of the Board of the National Law Enforcement Association (NLEA). He is also a member serving on the Board of Governors for the American Academy of Professional Law Enforcement (AAPLE). Manny is a member of the ASIS International Security Council as well as a member of the National Security Alliance (NSA).