Michael A. D’Alonzo is a Senior Investigator at Saxena White. Prior to joining Saxena White, Mr. D’Alonzo served over 21 years with the FBI, most recently as the Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Miami Office. In this role, he was responsible for the oversight of the Miami Division’s Resident Agencies and the Special Operations Group. As head of the Resident Agencies, he was responsible for both the counterterrorism and criminal investigations in the Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach, Homestead, and Key West Resident Agencies.
During his service with the FBI, Mr. D’Alonzo served as a Supervisory Special Agent for over nine years. While in the FBI Newark Division in New Jersey, he was responsible for Newark’s Special Operations Group which provided support to covert and undercover operations, and Newark’s Human Intelligence (HUMINT) Squad, responsible for identifying and addressing FBI intelligence gaps. In the Newark Division, he developed educational platforms for state and local law enforcement entities regarding the Newark Division Intelligence Program, while maintaining effective liaison with New Jersey colleges and universities, increasing domain awareness and intelligence production efforts.
Prior to his service with the FBI Newark Division, Mr. D’Alonzo served in the FBI New York Office as both a criminal and counterterrorism Supervisory Special Agent. In this role, he was responsible for New York’s Civil Rights and Crimes Against Children programs. This role involved oversight of investigations related to human trafficking and kidnappings.
As a counterterrorism Supervisory Special Agent, Mr. D’Alonzo was responsible for a Joint Terrorism Task Force, ensuring coordination between other field offices, legal attaché offices, local law enforcement, state police, the Central Intelligence Agency, National Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security, and Department of Defense. Mr. D’Alonzo was also engaged with international terrorism cases that were worked hand in hand with foreign law enforcement organizations such as the Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, New Scotland Yard, and British Security Services. He oversaw high profile investigations including Operation High Rise, Operation Silent Digit, Aafia Siddiqui, and Syed Hashmi, all of whom were found guilty of terrorism related charges.
Mr. D’Alonzo was elevated to Supervisory Special Agent at FBI Headquarters in the Counterterrorism Division’s International Terrorism Operations Section I. In this role, he served as a program manager for numerous FBI field offices and was responsible for the coordination and support for FBI forward operations in the field. As a Special Agent assigned to the FBI New York Office, Mr. D’Alonzo was part of the FBI’s Special Operations Group and the Criminal Division, working South American, Columbian drugs. Prior to his FBI employment, Mr. D’Alonzo served as a police officer in the State of New Jersey for nine years following his graduation from Villanova University.