Parlave will oversee the FBI’s human capital requirements, human resources, training and security divisions, the agency said Monday.
She previously served as deputy assistant director in the Criminal Investigative Division since February 2012 after nearly two years as special agent in charge for the FBI’s Little Rock Division.
Prior to her sting in Little Rock, Parlave served as acting special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office’s Criminal Division for three months after she served as section chief of the Employee Development and Selection Program in the Human Resources Division, a role she started in July 2008.
Parlave also worked to develop operational policies and strategic planning for the Criminal Investigative Division as supervisory special agent between August 2000 and July 2002, when she took the assistant inspector position in the Office of Inspections.
Parlave moved to the Miami Division in December 2003 and supervised a violent gang squad before she was promoted to assistant special agent in September 2006.