Christopher L. Eddy
PhD, Walden University, Leadership and Organizational Change, 2012
Areas of Expertise
Intelligence, National Security, Terrorism, Foreign Policy
Courses Taught in MAGA
ISS 6990: Intelligence Community Successes and Failures: Policy Implications
Office: FIU Modesto A. Maidique Campus, SIPA 511
Tel: 305-348-7266 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher L. Eddy is a Senior Supervisory Intelligence Analyst (SSIA) and Intelligence Program in the FBI’s Miami Division. Prior to this April 2013 appointment, he served as the Intelligence Program Coordinator and Supervisory Intelligence Analyst (SIA) for FBI Miami’s Central Strategic Coordinating Component. Upon joining the FBI in 2006, SSIA Eddy was assigned as the SIA of FBI Miami’s counterterrorism analysts.
Mr. Eddy began his career in 1987 as an intelligence officer in the United States Air Force at Travis Air Force Base, California. He served a variety of intelligence leadership positions in the active and reserve forces, including several tours with various law enforcement and intelligence agencies domestically and internationally. He began his federal civilian career with the Department of the Army in 1999, serving as the lead counternarcotics analyst in Embassies throughout the Caribbean.
In 2002, he assumed the position as team lead within the United States Southern Command’s, Colombia Division, where he was named the 2003 Joint Intelligence Center Civilian of the Year. Mr. Eddy joined the Department of Homeland Security in 2005, serving as an analytical supervisor at its headquarters in Washington, DC. As part of his military duties, he also served as an intelligence analyst with the Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Customs.
Mr. Eddy retired as a Brigadier General in the United States Air Force Reserves in 2017 after 30+ years of service.
Mr. Eddy earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Ashland University (OH) in 1986, an MBA in Management from Golden Gate University in 1988, a Master of Science in International Relations from Troy University in 2004, and a PhD in Leadership and Organizational Change from Walden University in 2012. He is an FBI Certified Intelligence Officer and has been inducted into the Academic Halls of Fame for Olean High School and Ashland University. He serves as a course developer and adjunct professor for colleges and universities specializing in intelligence, national security, terrorism, and foreign policy matters.