Greg Ehrie joined ADL in May 2020 as Vice President, Law Enforcement & Analysis. In this role Greg leads enhanced efforts to further partnerships and engagement with federal, state, and local law enforcement across the country and supervises new program development, fusing ADL’s cutting-edge research on extremism with efforts to better equip law enforcement with actionable information and data on developing trends.
Greg Ehrie is a 29-year veteran of government service. Having spent 22 years with the FBI, he most recently served as Special Agent in Charge of the Newark Field Office, managing all FBI investigations throughout the state of New Jersey. He has served in a variety of roles, including as the supervisor of the New York Office’s Domestic Terrorism squad, and later as the Section Chief of the FBI’s Domestic Terrorism Operations Section, where he was responsible for all domestic terrorism investigations throughout the U.S. and oversaw the operations of the National Joint Terrorism Task Force. Greg also has extensive international experience, completing a year-long assignment in Israel and serving as an Acting Legal Attaché in Algeria.
Mr. Ehrie graduated in 1990 from Manhattan College in New York City, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication. He has also received executive certificates from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.