Michael Carr is a career member of the Foreign Service and commissioned as a Special Agent with the U.S. Department of State, Diplomatic Security Service. He is currently assigned to the Counterintelligence Policy and Programs Branch (DS/CI/PPB) where he is responsible for the development, coordination, and evaluation of counterintelligence policies and programs for the U.S. Department of State.
Mr. Carr’s previous assignments include the Major Events Coordination Unit, Regional Security Office Montevideo, Secretary of State Protective Detail, Benghazi Expeditionary Mission, and Houston Field Office.
Prior to joining the Foreign Service, Mr. Carr served as a Border Patrol Agent and with the U.S. Navy on active duty. He continues to serve with the U.S. Navy Reserve as a Force Protection Officer, currently assigned as the Commanding Officer of a reserve Naval Security Force in the National Capital Region.
Mr. Carr holds a Master’s degree in Security Management and a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. He has received several Department of State Meritorious and Superior Honor awards throughout his career.