Joseph Campbell is a director in Navigant’s Global Investigations & Compliance practice. His role involves leading anti-bribery and corruption, anti-money laundering (“AML”) and financial investigations. Joseph’s experience includes investigation and assessment of cross-border tax matters through review and analysis of business and financial institution international investments and transactions.
Prior to Navigant, Joseph worked at the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) for more than 25 years. He was the Assistant Director of the Criminal Investigative Division, responsible for a team of 6,000 Special Agents, analysts, and forensic accountants. He developed and led the execution of the FBI global investigative mission and strategies, and criminal intelligence. He also strengthened industry capabilities by creating new international teams to combat foreign corrupt practices, money laundering, kleptocracy, and human trafficking. Joseph also oversaw FBI and U.S. Government efforts to protect proprietary information and trade secrets. He integrated cyber security with priority criminal threat mitigation strategies and analysis, directed response to emergency events, and established reliable internal controls and tripwires to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and guidelines. While in the FBI, Joseph also held roles as a Deputy Assistant Director, a Special Agent in Charge of the San Juan Division, Inspector in Charge in the Inspection Division, and a Section Chief in the Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate.
As a member of the FBI, Joseph was the recipient of numerous awards for outstanding performance in leading criminal, counterterrorism, and WMD investigations. He is cleared for top secret information and granted access to sensitive compartmented information with polygraph.
J.D., Washburn University Law School B.A., University of Kansas