G-Man Honors:
A Salute to FBI Heroes

An annual event hosted by the FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) benefiting
the FBIAA Memorial College Fund and the FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund.

Distinguished Service Honoree: Special Agents Joanne Pierce Misko and Susan Roley Malone, the first two women to graduate from Quantico as Special Agents of the FBI.

This year’s event will be held in special recognition of the 50-year anniversary of women serving as Special Agents of the FBI.

Watch the 2021 Event Video

The 2021 G-Man Honors was held in special remembrance on the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Hear the stories of men and women of the FBI who responded to the impact sites on 9/11/01 and later faced health challenges related to their exposure


The FBI Agents Association (FBIAA) is an organization dedicated to providing support and advocacy for
active and former Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

FBI Special Agents put their lives on the line every day in service of our country. The risks they take and the burdens they bear are shared by their families. Behind every FBI Special Agent is a family. And behind every family is the FBIAA.

Distinguished Service Honoree & Keynote Speakers

Joanne Pierce Misko & Susan Roley Malone

Joanne Pierce Misko joined the FBI in 1970 as a researcher after a 10-year vocation as a nun in New York. During her tenure with the Bureau, Misko became one of the first female supervisors at FBI Headquarters where she ran the unit in charge of new agent applications. Misko was an Agent for 22 years before retiring in 1994.

Susan Roley Malone was already a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps when she joined the FBI as a Special Agent. Malone became the first woman in the modern FBI to make an arrest. Malone was an FBI agent for seven years before rejoining the Marines and working for the Defense Criminal Investigative Service, the criminal investigative arm of the Office of the Inspector General in the Department of Defense.


FBIAA Charitable Funds

The G-Man Honors event benefits FBIAA’s two charitable funds – the Memorial College Fund and the Membership Assistance Fund.  Both of these 501(c)(3) organizations offer vital assistance to FBI families in need. Your tax deductible contribution to the Memorial College Fund and the Membership Assistance Fund will make a difference in the lives of Agents and their families.

Support the FBIAA’s two charitable funds by texting FBIAA to 50155.

  • FBIAA Membership Assistance Fund

    Helping members and their families cope
    with emergencies and unforeseen tragedies.

  • FBIAA Memorial College Fund

    Helping the children of deceased
    FBI Agents achieve their college dreams