James A. Gagliano Biography
.James A. Gagliano is a retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent, CNN Law Enforcement Analyst, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at St. John’s University.
Gagliano graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree and a concentration in Military History from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1987.
James A. Gagliano Age
Gagliano celebrates his birth every January 30th. He has not yet revealed his year of birth. His age, therefore, remains unknown to date.
James A. Gagliano Wife
Gagliano is a married man. Although not much is known about his married life and his wife, It is known that his wife is called Tiffany Gagliano.
It is not known when they got married or if they have kids together. The couple, however, has a dog named Jaxon.
James A. Gagliano FBI
Gagliano was commissioned as an Infantry Officer in the United States Army after his graduation. He served as a Light Infantry Platoon Leader and Company Executive Officer in the 10th Mountain Division, while stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia, and Fort Drum, New York.
His awards include the Airborne, Air Assault and Jungle Expert badges, Ranger tab, and Expert Infantryman’s badge.
He entered on duty as an FBI Special Agent (SA) on February 10, 1991. From 1991 to 1997, Gagliano was assigned to the New York Division, where he worked Organized Crime, Narcotics and Money Laundering Investigations.
In early 1997, he was selected for the Hostage Rescue Team (HRT), the FBI’s elite counter-terror unit located in Quantico, VA.
He participated in numerous overseas deployments and high-risk tactical resolutions, before returning to the New York Division in 2001. He returned to work on Drug matters and as the principal Undercover Agent (UCA) on Police Corruption, Drug, Gambling, and Organized Crime cases.
In November 2002, he was selected as the Senior Team Leader (STL) of the 45-man FBI New York Office SWAT Team.
While there, he also served as an attachment to Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) U.S. military units in Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom on three separate deployments between 2002/2003.
James A. Gagliano CNN
Gagliano currently serves as a full-time Law Enforcement Analyst on CNN. He has been featured in several scholarly books on ‘Leadership’ such as “In Extremis Leadership”, and “Leadership Lessons from West Point”.
Gagliano has also been featured on the New York Times, New York Newsday, on NPR, and in Hudson Valley Magazine for his anti-gang efforts. Also, for years of volunteer work with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
He was featured in an episode of the ‘American Chopper’ television series, related to his efforts in Newburgh, New York.
Gagliano was also featured by NBC New York in a televised story highlighting his coaching and crime-fighting efforts within the inner-cities of upstate New York; FBI Agent Helping to “Save” Children of Newburgh.
Gagliano is a sought-after speaker in academic and motivational settings on the Leadership topic. He has published Op-Eds at CNN Opinion, The Hill, The Washington Examiner, and Fortune Magazine.
James A. Gagliano Net Worth
Gagliano’s net worth is not yet known. It has not been made public.