Jonathan Binnie_Stragetic Intelligence_faculty_1Adjunct Professor of Government


Educational Background:
J.D. from the Northern Illinois University College of Law
B.A. in History, North Park College

Time at PHC: 2005 to present

Professor Binnie is currently a Senior Consultant to several U.S. Intelligence Community agencies. As retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent, in addition to a variety of field assignments, he served as the FBI's Chief Counterintelligence Strategist and Chief of National Security Training.  He taught, presented, or briefed at most U.S. Intelligence Community agencies, several U.S. Embassies, and Senate and House intelligence oversight committees. While in the FBI he was also an adjunct instructor for NSA. In 1999, Professor Binnie won the Rubicon Award of Excellence for “extraordinary service in building bridges of understanding, cooperation, and synergy between the FBI and CIA.”

At Patrick Henry College, Professor Binnie teaches Counterintelligence as well as Intelligence, Law Enforcement, and Civil Liberties.