George Fong spent twenty-seven years as a special agent with the FBI, investigating kidnappings, serial killings, white collar, gangs, bank robberies, drug trafficking, and other violent crimes. He was also a lead instructor at the FBI’s International Law Enforcement Academy in Budapest, Hungary, presenting on organized crime, undercover techniques, informant development, and electronic surveillance. In 2002, Mr. Fong was promoted to supervisory special agent, managing the violent crimes and major offenders squad in Sacramento, to include the undercover program and the forensic evidence response team. In 2007, he was again promoted to overseeing the FBI’s National Violent Gang Program at FBI Headquarters in Washington DC. He became an assistant inspector during his last year in the bureau before retiring. Currently, he is ESPN’s director of security for the western half of the US and Pacific Rim countries.