Jeffrey B. Stamm spent over 40 years in law enforcement, beginning as a Deputy Sheriff in Sacramento, California before becoming a Special Agent with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration in 1984. During his 31-year career with DEA, he served in a myriad of domestic and foreign assignments, to include: San Jose, California; Brasilia, Brazil; Brownsville, Texas; Islamabad, Pakistan; Kabul, Afghanistan; Dallas, Texas; DEA Headquarters as the Deputy Chief of International Operations; and, finally, as the Special Agent in Charge of DEA’s global Aviation Division.

Following his retirement from DEA in 2016, he was appointed as the Executive Director of the Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) where he effectively coordinated drug control efforts with his local, state and federal drug control counterparts across the heartland of America until 2022.

During his career, Mr. Stamm has been the recipient of numerous awards and commendations. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree from California State University at Sacramento and a Master of Liberal Arts Degree from Southern Methodist University in 2009. He speaks Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese and has lectured extensively to various audiences at international conferences, training venues, community organizations and universities, to include the U.S. Naval Academy’s Foundation on Irregular Warfare.

Mr. Stamm is the author of On Dope, a scholarly and impassioned argument for the need to maintain a strong drug law enforcement response across our states and nation. He has also been published extensively in various law enforcement journals, as well as mainstream publications such as The Federalist and The Intellectual Conservative.

Mr. Stamm currently resides in the Dallas, Texas area with his wife, Jill, where he continues to enjoy speaking, writing and hotrodding.

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