Special Agent Davis
Special Agent
Kansas City Field Office

I have been employed as a special agent with the FBI for almost 16 years. I spent six years in the Chicago Field Office and the remainder of my time in the Kansas City Field Office. During the first part of my career, I worked mortgage fraud and health care fraud cases.

I currently have the privilege of working with a fantastic group of investigators on an FBI task force. Our focus is on crimes against children, specifically the sexual exploitation of minors.

What drew you to the FBI?

I joined the FBI to pursue a career that was meaningful and provided a sense of purpose. Working for the FBI has given me the opportunity to help others and make a positive impact that I might not otherwise have experienced. I am passionate about helping children, and I am truly grateful to be involved in the pursuit of justice for our most vulnerable victims.

What is the best career or life advice you’ve been given?

The best career advice I received was simply to do what you find meaningful. The time you spend working is a large portion of your adult life. Choose a career that is worthwhile and feeds your soul. For me, that was law enforcement and a pledge to dedicate myself to helping others. It’s an honor and a privilege to be in a position to impact someone’s life for the better.

Celebration of 50 years of female special agents in the FBI. Special Agent Davis from the Kansas City Field Office.