Michelle Bouziden serves as the Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge for the U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of Inspector General, where she oversees investigations in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. Prior to serving as the Assistant Special Agent-In-Charge, Bouziden was a Special Agent with the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Inspector General. During that time, she investigated waste, fraud and abuse of education funds. Her casework varied from identity theft, bribery of public officials, and embezzlement of federal funds by school officials. During her time as a Special Agent, she also served on Emergency Support Function-13, which provided Disaster Medical Assistance in the Florida Keys following Hurricane Irma. Bouziden has over 17 years of government service, working with Native American Programs, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and as a Compliance Investigator for the Risk Management Agency. In addition to her career in government service, Bouziden has served as a Pace Group Coach for the Luke's Locker 5k, Half Marathon, and Marathon Training Programs. Bouziden also is an active member of Team Red, White and Blue, spending time with Veterans. Bouziden received her Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education, Leadership and Service from Oklahoma State University, with minors in Forestry and Soil Science.
Assistant Special Agent in Charge, USDA-OIG