Joshua Campbell is a Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI, currently serving as chief of public and congressional affairs at the FBI Los Angeles Field Office. Prior to returning to Los Angeles, he served as special assistant to FBI Director James Comey.
Special Agent Campbell joined the FBI in 2005. Following completion of new agent training, he was assigned to the Los Angeles Field Office extraterritorial squad where he was responsible for conducting terrorism and kidnapping investigations overseas. He was promoted to FBI Headquarters in 2014, where he served as national spokesman for the FBI Counterterrorism, Cyber, and International Operations Divisions.
He has conducted numerous high-profile investigations, including the terrorist attacks in Mumbai, suicide bombings in Indonesia, and other cases involving the murder, assault, or kidnapping of U.S. citizens abroad. He has served multiple detail assignments overseas as the FBI’s representative to foreign government partners and received four combat theater awards.
He received a B.A in Government from the University of Texas at Austin, an M.A. in Communication from Johns Hopkins, and completed Arabic language immersion training at Middlebury College. He is proud to serve as an officer in the U.S. Navy Reserve and is a Term Member with the Council on Foreign Relations.