The decades-long FBI career of Elaine Xydis Lipka has been nothing short ofspectacu-lar; quite impressive indeed.Her 30 years at the Bureau had even included 15 years as a Special Agent in the Washington, DC and Denver Field Offices from 1991 and 2005, and as an investigator with the counter-terrorism unit from 2005 until now. Over the years, Elaine has conducted interviews with suspects and then prepared briefings to management, to make sure everyone was in the loop at all times. As a member of the Evidence Response Team (ERT), she conducted physical surveillances and due diligence background investigations. As an educator and trainer, Elaine Lipka has also conducted Active Shooter Awareness and Suspicious Activity/Persons training and reporting. Gathered, organized and analyzed complaint information. She is also highly regarded for her extensive investigative reports.
These days, Elaine Lipka is considered a leader in her community, especially because it is where her family lives, including her twin teenagers. She is considered a very good mother to her teenagers, which is certainly impressive. Having one teenager is a challenge; having two who are the same age is even more impressive. Of course, Elaine Xydis Lipka also has a strong educational background to draw upon and she has been served as a highly respected FBI investigator for several decades, which means she attended the FBI Academy for a while. However, she also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Delaware-Newark. If that’s not enough, she also completed a program at the Philadelphia-based Institute for Paralegal Training. There, she also completed a minor in Sociology.
As a vital member of the internal workings of the FBI’s D.C. office, Elaine Xydis Lipka had a hand in the reorganization of systems designed to manage and maintain all necessary litigation documents. She also had a hand in the compilation of such documents, and evidence of all kinds, and she conducted analyses of any and all pertinent documents and trial exhibits. As part of that organization, she also made sure all depositions were properly digested and indexed, and she managed a payment fund for inspection and testing of asbestos content in buildings, including maintaining the asbestos abatement schedule.
There is little to no question that, as a homemaker raising teen twins, Elaine Xydis Lipka is a great example when it comes to keeping her family healthy and safe. She also places a high value in the important part she plays in her community, as well. She has always taken a positive and proactive approach to her community, to the point that she is seen these days as something of a liaison between the people in the community and official community leaders.
Elaine Xydis Lipka has obviously become a pillar of her community due to the prominent place she has developed while working in the law enforcement community, and for her work as a criminal justice investigator, among other things. She has been an important player in that profession for more than 20 years so far, and she has developed a very specific set of skills in the process. After all, she has been immersed in the world of counterterrorism and intelligence for a very long time and she has an impressive record as an FBI investigator, where she was responsible for identifying those responsible for some very serious criminal acts and using her investigative resources to gather evidence to lead to a conviction in court.
As is usually the case with prominent people who are all well-thought-of by their communities, it all started with education. Elaine Lipka started hers at the Institutte for Paralegal Training in Philadelphia in 1984 and 1085, when she learned skills as a paralegal and also develped a minor in Sociology. She followed that up by earning a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice from the University of Delaware, in Newark, Delaware in 1991. She also attended the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, which is where she learned the skills that made her a lifelong agent working in support of the U.S. Department of Justice.