Deborah Friedman

Unit Chief, Money Laundering Intelligence Unit, Federal Bureau of Investigation

Ms. Friedman currently leads a team of analysts responsible for identifying and assessing trends related to money laundering and illicit finance.  She coordinates and develops efforts within the law enforcement and intelligence community, as well as with the private sector and international partners.  Ms. Friedman has been with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for more than 12 years, working within intelligence components focused on violent crime, gangs, corruption and other white collar crime matters.  She has provided policy and statistical support to executives throughout the organization. Ms. Friedman has a PhD and Master’s degree in Epidemiology and prior to the FBI spent several years as an epidemiologist focused on violent crime matters in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.