Bonus Episode: FBIAA G-Man Honors: Salute To FBI Heroes

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The 8th Annual G-Man Honors: A Salute to FBI Heroes dinner held on November 18, 2021, was a sold out event. But no worries. I invite you to enjoy this audio replay of the amazing evening. The 2021 G-Man Honors event featured a special message from FBI Director Christopher A. Wray and keynote remarks from me, the FBIAA Distinguished Service Honoree. I received this recognition from my peers for my continued support of the FBI family by telling the real stories of the FBI and Special Agents through my podcast, books, and blog.

This year's event was held in special remembrance on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Besides listening to the audio of all the presenters G-Man Honors, you may also want to watch the following videos from the event.

VIDEO - Salute to FBI Heroes: FBI Agents Association G-Man Honors 2021

VIDEO - Jerri Williams Keynote Speech

The G-Man Honors event benefits FBIAA’s two charitable funds – the Memorial College Fund and the Membership Assistance Fund.

Thanks to the support and generosity of sponsors and attendees, this was the most successful dinner to date, raising over $870,000.

Both of these 501(c)(3) organizations offer vital assistance to FBI families in need. Your tax deductible contribution to the Memorial College Fund and the Membership Assistance Fund will make a difference in the lives of Agents and their families.

Support the FBIAA’s two charitable funds by texting FBIAA to 50155 or visit the FBIAA Ways to donate page.

Donations will directly benefit the families of FBI Agents and provide life changing financial assistance to the members of the FBIAA family. Thank you!


The following are timestamps for presenters featured in the special podcast episode:

00:02:36 -  Josh Jive – MC and Representative of Bracewell LLP, general counsel to FBIAA
00:04:01 -  Director William Webster (Video Message)
00:05:56 -  SA Brian O'Hare - President FBIAA
00:17:39 -  FBI Director Christopher Wray

(Video - 9/11 illnesses)
00:30:02 -  FBI Director Christopher Wray
00:31:05 -  SA (Retired) Tom O’Connor - Immediate Past President FBIAA
00:31:42 -  SA (Retired) Jean O'Connor - FBIAA Executive Director
00:31:48 -  FBI Director Christopher Wray

00:33:19 -  SA Jen Marrow - FBIAA Northeast Regional Representative
00:34:28 -  SA Natalie Barra FBIAA Vice President

(Video - Salute to FBI Heroes)
00:35:59 -  FBI Director Christopher Wray
00:36:33 -  SAC (Retired) Rainer Drolshagen - Membership Assistance Fund recipient
00:39:18 -  SA Lauren Schuler - Membership Assistance Fund recipient
00:41:07 -  Kyle Roth – Son of SA Bob Roth (FBI Martyr)
00:41:45 -  SA Melissa Marrow (FBI Martyr) Letters re SA Wesley Yoo (FBI Martyr) read by SA Paige Pinson
00:45:52 -  SA (Retired) Tom O’Connor- Immediate Past President FBIAA
00:46:26 -  FBI Director Christopher Wray
00:47:09 -  Missouri State Highway Patrol End-of Watch Radio Broadcast for SA Melissa Marrow

00:48:21 -  SA Lisa Reiter FBIAA Southeast Regional Representative
00:50:54 -  SA Brian O'Hare FBIAA President
00:53:32 -  SA (Retired) Jerri Williams Distinguished Service Honoree


The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) is an organization founded in 1981.

Their mission is to advance & safeguard the careers, economic interests, conditions of employment and welfare of Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Agents & retired FBI Agents. The FBIAA fulfills this mission by providing support and advocacy to more than 14,000 active and former FBI Special Agents. The services to members of the organization include internal advocacy within the Bureau, legal representation, legislative advocacy and financial support to members, offered through both the Memorial College Fund and the Member Assistance Fund.

Gallery of Photos from the G-Man Honors Event:

Jerri Williams

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Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, jokes that she writes about the FBI to relive her glory days. After 26 years with the Bureau specializing in major economic fraud and corruption investigations, she calls on her professional encounters with scams and schemers to write police procedurals inspired by true crime FBI cases in her Philadelphia FBI Corruption Squad crime fiction series featuring flawed female FBI agent Kari Wheeler. Jerri’s FBI for Armchair Detectives nonfiction series enables readers to discover who the FBI is and what the FBI does by debunking misconceptions about the FBI in books, TV, and movies. Her books are available as ebooks, paperbacks, and audiobooks wherever books are sold. She’s also the host of FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast with more than 300 episodes available on all popular podcast apps and YouTube.

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