Louis Skenderis — Special Agent with the US Department of Education
Louis Skenderis serves as a special agent for the Office of Inspector General with the United States Department of Education in Washington, D.C. In this role, he conducts criminal investigations into fraud related to federal student aid and other department programs. He also handles investigations into allegations against department employees and contractors. Previously, Louis Skenderis served as a regulatory interpretation specialist for the Department of the Treasury and Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, where he assisted with the effective administration of the Bank Secrecy Act. He also spent a year as general counsel for National Check and Currency, where he ensured compliance and lawful operations.
Louis Skenderis studied business administration and management at Bucknell University, then earned a JD from Syracuse University College of Law. He spent 4 years with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network in Vienna, Virginia, then nearly 10 years as a special agent with the United States Department of Homeland Security, where he oversaw complex, multinational criminal investigations. In his free time, he enjoys backpacking, cycling, and exploring the national parks.