Alexis Krieger graduated from Indiana University in May 1997 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice. Upon graduation, Alexis worked for the State of Ohio as a Child Abuse Investigator, specializing in serious physical and sexual abuse investigations.
Alexis began her Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) career in 2004 as an Investigative Specialist and was assigned to the Philadelphia Division. One of Alexis’ highlights as an Investigative Specialist was participating in the “Fort Dix Six” investigation, which resulted in the arrest and successful prosecution of six individuals who plotted to attack US military personnel stationed at Fort Dix, NJ.
In 2010, Alexis became a Victim Specialist and was assigned to the Newark Division of the FBI. Alexis provides victim assistance to victims of federal crimes that the FBI investigates. Alexis served as a member of the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking as well as several sub-committees. Alexis also assisted in creating various training protocols for human trafficking. In 2013 and 2014, Alexis participated in joint, coordinated operations with the FBI, state and local law enforcement agencies targeting child sex trafficking leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII. Alexis also participated in child sex trafficking operations leading up to Super Bowl 50 in San Francisco. Alexis and her coworkers received the 2014 Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association National Group Achievement Award. In 2015, Alexis received the Commissioner’s Partnership Award from the New Jersey Department of Children and Families. In 2016, Alexis received a Certificate of Honorable Mention from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for her work on the recovery of a 14-year-old sex trafficking victim in Atlantic City, NJ. As of January 2016, Alexis transferred to the Philadelphia Division of the FBI as a Victim Specialist where she sits on local and Federal anti-trafficking task forces. Alexis currently serves as an Adjunct Faculty Instructor for the FBI.