Kip Monroe is the Resident Agent in Charge of the Secret Service’s Raleigh Office. In this role, he coordinates daily investigative, threat intelligence, and protective operations in the 34 northeastern counties of North Carolina. A critical part of the office’s investigative priorities are complex cyber-enabled investigations.
A 20-year veteran of the Secret Service, Mr. Monroe spent the first part of his career as a Special Agent in the Seattle and San Francisco Field Offices investigating complex financial crimes and protective intelligence cases. During his career, Mr. Monroe was assigned to the Presidential Protective Division, serving three administrations. He completed his time there in the supervisory position of Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge, and was responsible for the research, development, and implementation of a new credentialling system for the White House Complex.
Prior to his career with the Secret Service, Mr. Monroe served eight years as an officer in the U.S. Army. He holds a Master’s degree from the University of Colorado, Denver, and a Bachelor’s degree from North Georgia College.