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Sutton Roach

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BA 2012, Mass Communication

Public Affairs Specialist/Spokesperson
Federal Bureau of Investigation
West Lafayette, IN

Sutton Roach is a long-time justice advocate with more than eight years of experience helping victims of violence. Sutton joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 2017 and currently serves as a spokesperson in the National Press Office. She represents the FBI among national and international media outlets, covering national security, criminal, cyber, and diversity and inclusion matters. Prior to joining the FBI, Sutton served as the Strategic Partnerships Associate at the Human Trafficking Institute. Sutton also served in multiple roles at International Justice Mission (IJM), a global organization working to end violence against people living in poverty. During her time with IJM, Sutton led hundreds of college students as president of the National Student Leadership Team. She also helped launch the global Stand for Freedom awareness campaign in 2016. In her spare time, Sutton enjoys the Washington D.C. food scene, traveling, interior design, and spending time with her French Bulldog, Roco. Sutton is a graduate of Purdue University and resides in Arlington, Virginia.