Director of the FBI, James B. Comey Visits Loyola School

On Wednesday April 13th the Loyola School Community sat down to an informative talk from the Director of the FBI, James B. Comey. In June 2013 President Barack Obama officially nominated Comey to be the next Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, replacing outgoing director Robert Mueller. Introduced by Principal Kristin Ross and Loyola President Tony Oroszlany, James Comey is an American lawyer, and the seventh and current Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Director Comey spent about an hour with the student body giving an overview of the history and role of the FBI, as well as his own journey in leadership.  Following his speech, Director Comey answered questions from the students on a variety of topics, ranging from recent controversies around privacy and public safety, to his advice for living in a world surrounded by threats of terrorism. Loyola Community sends a big thanks to Director Comey and the FBI for visiting our campus!

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—Posted: April 28, 2016