Patrick R. Carberry

Patrick Carberry is a consultant instructor and is a former Intelligence Supervisor for the FBI. Patrick Carberry entered the FBI after 9/11 in November 2002. His first duty assignment was in Washington DC working as an Intelligence Analyst. Throughout his career working in Intelligence, Carberry has worked on counterterrorism, counterintelligence and cyber threats. Over the past 12 years he has worked out of the Tampa Field Office managing an Intelligence Group. Prior to working in Tampa, he worked at the National Counterterrorism Center in McLean, VA and in other Threat Analysis Sections in the FBI. During his intelligence assignments at the FBI, he served in Iraq in 2004 embedded with the US ARMY in Iraq, and in Afghanistan in 2009. Pat is also the founder of ( a non-profit Christian organization that promotes and supports religious freedom for Christians under persecution in the Middle East and in Africa. He was executive producer of documentary on Christians under Persecution due to terrorists’ groups and ideologies.

Prior to joining the FBI, he had a successful career in a variety of Senior Executive and Program Management positions, with a variety of Fortune 500 companies including building his own high tech software company while serving the high tech sector in Computer Graphics and Document Management for over 25 years. Pat served as Vice President of Electronic Book Technology, Graphics Division and CEO Founder of Carberry Technology. Pat is also an author of the technical book “CAD/CAM with Personal Computers.” Publisher Tab Books/McGraw Hill.

Pat received his B.A. Degree from California State University, Fullerton, CA, attended Masters Program at Liberty University and is a veteran of the US Army 82nd Airborne. Pat is married to his beautiful wife Bettie, and has two adult children and a grandson.