Mark Sitko; FBI Special Agent (SA), retired 2021

24 years as a Special Agent with the FBI, including 17 years as a Federally Certified Polygraph Examiner with experience in cases related to violent crime, sexual assault, child pornography, white collar crime, counterintelligence, terrorism, confidential human source validation, foreign law enforcement vetting, witness protection programs, internal security, and pre-employment screenings.

Served as Assistant Legal Attaché Berlin partnering with German law enforcement and intelligence agencies focused on counterterrorism efforts; FBI Deputy On-scene Commander at Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan engaged in site exploitation, prisoner interviews, polygraph examinations, post-blast investigations, evidence collection, analysis, and counter-intelligence operations; and Minneapolis Joint Terrorism Task Force supervisor leading a team of Special Agents, Task Force Officers, and Analysts.

Earned a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from the University of Nevada, followed by a Juris Doctorate from the Willamette College.

Completed U.S. Federal Government polygraph training program at The National Center for Credibility Assessment (NCCA).

Received enhanced interview and interrogation training by Israeli Security Agency in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Post-Conviction Sexual Offender (PCSOT) certified examiner.