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FBI Vet Stephanie Douglas Joins Guidepost Solutions as Managing Director

Guidepost SolutionsStephanie Douglas, a 23-year veteran of the FBI, has joined Guidepost Solutions as a managing director in the investigations and risk management firm’s San Francisco office.

Douglas will work to help conduct investigations, corporate security, intellectual property protection and insider threat management for customers, Guidepost Solutions said Monday.

Guidepost CEO Julie Myers Wood said Douglas will help the company provide strategic services to clients in order to address security and investigative issues.

She joined public utility Pacific Gas & Electric as senior director after her retirement from the FBI, where her roles encompassed functions such as security risk mitigation and issue response.

Her most recent role at the FBI was executive assistant director for the national security branch, with responsibility for the bureau’s efforts in domestic and international counterterrorism, counterintelligence, weapons of mass destruction and intelligence matters.

Douglas started with the bureau as a special agent and later moved into the roles of supervisory special agent, inspector, deputy assistant director and special agent in charge of the San Francisco division.

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