Seth D. DuCharme supervises the investigations and prosecutions by the U.S. Attorney’s Office across a wide range of practice areas, which include corporate and securities fraud, terrorism, cybercrime, public corruption, international narcotics trafficking, civil rights violations, and violent and organized crime. Seth joined the Office in March 2008 and has served in the General Crimes, Violent Crimes and Terrorism, and National Security and Cybercrime Sections. Seth has held several senior supervisory positions with the Office prior to his current appointment, including Chief of the National Security and Cybercrime Section. He also has served as the Office’s National Security Cyber Specialist and representative on the Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2018 EOUSA Director’s Award for his innovative work in developing an early engagement program to disrupt and redirect potential extremists. Before joining the Office, Seth served as a Deputy U.S. Marshal in Brooklyn, clerked for the late Honorable Richard Owen in the Southern District of New York and was employed as an associate at the law firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett, LLP. Seth is a 2003 graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where he was selected as a Stein Scholar and also as an editor on the Fordham Law Review. Seth received his B.A. from Hamilton College.