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  • Linda M. Krieg
  • Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer

Linda Krieg joined NCMEC in May 2010 after a 20 year career with the FBI.

During her long career with the FBI Ms. Krieg held a variety of positions. She served as on scene commander in a command post investigating the disappearance of two young boys in Milwaukee. She also supervised the first deployment of the FBI's Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team.

Ms. Krieg was a founding member and team leader of the Chicago Evidence Response Team. She deployed and led the team during several major crime scene investigations including the 1998 Embassy bombing in Nairobi, Kenya; the 1996 Atlanta Olympics bombing; and the 1994 crash of American Eagle Flight 4184 in Indiana. In 2000 Ms. Krieg was promoted to the role of a supervisory special agent in the Crimes Against Children Unit and served as the FBI liaison to NCMEC.

Ms. Krieg received a Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from Baruch College.

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