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Derrel R. Martin, Jr.

FBI Supervisory Special Agent

Summary

Passionate Lacrosse Coach who can provide experienced and structured leadership to a college lacrosse program.  Proficient in all facets of the game of Women's Lacrosse to include: player development and management; practice and game management; and program organization and planning.

Work History

Jun 2014Nov 2016

Supervisory Special Agent - Intelligence and Investigative Training Unit

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Team Leader for a four person team of FBI instructors at the FBI Academy.  Responsible for instructional supervision, scheduling, and delivery of a core curriculum to new FBI Agents and Analysts.  Also responsible for the development of basic Counterterrorism and criminal curriculum.  Recognized as a University of Virginia adjunct instructor in Counterterrorism.

Oct 1996Jun 2014

Special Agent

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Served as an FBI Special Agent responsible for all facets of investigations ranging from Cournterterrorism, Violent Crimes, Fraud, and Crimes against Children.  Responsible for: the accurate collection of evidence, interviews, and testimony while balancing the demands of multiple simultaneous investigations which upheld and enforced the laws of the United States.

Served (1998-2014) as a SWAT team member and Assistant SWAT Team Leader (2010-2012) on two FBI SWAT teams.

Oct 2007May 2014

Volunteer Head Coach - Cookeville Girls Lacrosse

Cookeville High School

One of two team founders and Volunteer Head Coach for the Cookeville Girls Lacrosse Team.  Responsible for all aspects of team planning, compliance, implementation, and management of thirty plus high school girl's lacrosse players per season.

From 2007-2014: Cookeville produced twelve Academic All-Americans; two Women's Division National Tournament Players, three Tennessee state tournament team appearances, and a Second place finish at the 2014 Dan Anderson Invitational Tournament/Birmingham, Alabama.

July 2013 - Assistant Coach for the Limestone College Lacrosse Camp.

May 1987Oct 1996

U.S. Army

U.S. Army

Served as an U.S. Army soldier progressing in rank from Private to Captain.  Began service as an Airborne radio operator (1987-1989).  Graduated from Officer Candidate School in 1990 and served as a Personnel Officer and Engineer Officer.  Instructor at the Tennessee Military Academy, 1995-1996.

Oct 1988Oct 1996

Police Officer

Metro Nashville Police Department

Served as a Patrol Officer (1989-1993); Traffic Accident Investigator (1993-1995); Child Abuse Detective (1995-1996).

Education

Aug 2014Sep 2015

Graduate Certificate in Adult Learning

Northeastern University

Graduate Certificate in Adult and Organizational Learning through a blended online/face-to-face curriculum which provided a strong foundation in adult learning, needs assessment, and program review and development.  The certificate program also covered aspects of Technology as a Medium for Learning and Learning Analytics.  4.0-g.p.a. 

Aug 2012May 2013

Counterterrorism and Public Policy Fellowship Program

Duke University - Sanford School of Public Policy

Served as a National Security Research Fellow - An intensive educational research experience focused on the American policymaking process, Counterterrorism, and national security issues. The fellowship provided foundational instruction in national security studies and the policymaking process.

Sep 1982Dec 1986

B.B.A. Accounting

Middle Tennessee State University

Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) degree with a major in Accounting and a minor in Business Administration.  2.52-g.p.a.

Volunteer Service

Assistant Scout Master - Boy Scouts of America, Troop 156, Cookeville, Tennessee (2003-2007).

Small Group Leader - Steven's Street Baptist Church, Cookeville, Tennessee.

     - Adult Learning Ministry (2005-2007)

     - Youth Ministry (2007-2014)

     - Deacon Ministry (2004-2014)