Donald McGrail is an Supervisory Special Agent in the United States Secret Service, Boston Field Office. He is a recognized agency leader responsible for continuity of operations planning, the assessment of critical vulnerabilities, and the management of security programs directly protecting both our nation’s executive leadership and our financial infrastructure.
During 24 years with the U.S. Secret Service, Donald has served in the Providence Resident Office, Presidential Protective Division, New York Field Office, and Boston Field Office. Donald was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent in 2008.
In his current leadership role, Donald supervises the New England Cyber Fraud Task Force. The mission of the New England Cyber Fraud Task Force is to prevent, detect, and mitigate complex cyber-enabled financial crimes, with the ultimate goal of arresting and convicting the most harmful perpetrators. Donald directs the strategic advancement of criminal investigations targeting transnational organized criminal groups.
Donald has a bachelor of arts degree in Legal Studies with a minor in Political Science from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, as well as, an honorary degree in Law from the University of Kent at Canterbury, Canterbury, England. He is also a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Boston, Emerging Leaders Program of the Center for Collaborative Leadership.