Randall Coleman, a nine-year U.S. Army officer and formerly deputy assistant director of the FBI‘s counterintelligence division, has been appointed to the assistant director role for the division.
Coleman started in the FBI in 1997 as a special agent and handled criminal and domestic terrorism investigations and served as an on-scene commander for robberies and kidnappings before his work in counterintelligence began in 2002, the FBI said Thursday.
He served as program manager and acting unit chief in the counterintelligence division’s counterespionage section and also has served as the section’s chief.
Coleman is also a former counterintelligence program coordinator and squad supervisor for the San Antonio division.
While in Texas, Coleman gave management oversight on the Fort Hood shooting investigation as assistant special agent in charge of national security programs.
He graduated with a criminal justice degree from East Central Oklahoma State University.