Cell phones, cameras, and other electronic devices are forbidden in Pamplin alumnus Gordon Snow’s office.
Visitors to his building encounter an obstacle course of electronic scans, passes, and turnstiles before entering a vast lobby where they must wait to be escorted, through more electronically secured portals, into the inner warren of spaces. Hallway decor includes mug shots of America’s 10 most wanted fugitives, including Osama bin Laden, whose entry was stamped across with a conclusive update: “Deceased.”
Snow (MBA ’01) works at FBI headquarters in the J. Edgar Hoover Building in Washington, D.C., where he leads the bureau’s efforts in combating cybercrime and other computer-based threats as assistant director of its cyber division.
To read the entire article, head over to the fall 2011 issue of Pamplin Magazine.