The Larry Monroe Scholarship Award 2012
Congratulations to Jackson James Fuhrman, son of Timothy and Deirdra Fuhrman, for his selection as the 2012 recipient of the National Executive Institute’s annual Larry Monroe Scholarship. Jackson’s father, Tim Fuhrman, former FBI SAC and twenty-nine year veteran of the FBI, is a graduate of the 31st NEI Session and currently Chief Investigator in the Office of the Attorney General, State of Alabama.
Jackson graduated this spring from the University of Alabama with a 3.7 GPA, a double majoring in political science and history. In addition to his outstanding academic achievements, Jackson was recognized for a broad range of accomplishments as an undergraduate. His exceptional background includes serving as an intern with the U.S. Department of State both in Geneva at the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, and again with the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union. Jackson will begin graduate studies this fall at American University’s School of International Service, Washington, D.C. He plans to pursue a career in U.S. Government service, with the FBI, CIA, Department of State, or the Military.
The NEI Scholarship Committee unanimously selected Jackson for this coveted, $10,000 award, which will be presented at the upcoming NEIA Annual conference, Sun Valley, Idaho.
The Larry Monroe Scholarship Award is presented annually in memory of former FBI Agent Lawrence J. Monroe, one of the founders of the National Executive Institute. Larry played a crucial role in the initial program design, curriculum development and administration of many NEI programs during his long, distinguished career at the FBI Academy. His untimely death in 1999 led to the creation of this coveted scholarship.