Newsome Named Deputy Director of Secret Service

Leon Newsome, III '88 has been named Deputy Director for the U.S. Secret Service. In this role, he will oversee the daily operations of seven different organizational offices.  During his more than 25 years with the Secret Service, Newsome has been Assistant Director for the Office of Investigations, Deputy Assistant Director for the Offices of Investigations and Protective Operations, and Special Agent in Charge for the Vice-Presidential Protective division.  Newsome earned a B.A. in History from Princeton University in 1992 and is a member of the Senior Executive Service. He reports to James M. Murray, the 26th U.S. Secret Service Director.  Click here to read more.