DON SEATON, J.D.
After 21 years of experience, Don retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as a Special Agent. Early in his FBI career, he conducted and coordinated investigations involving bank fraud, bankruptcy fraud, public corruption, civil rights, health care fraud, and drug diversion. Later in his FBI career, he identified counterintelligence threats, conducted investigations related to espionage, and economic espionage issues. Don also managed and participated in numerous complex foreign counterintelligence operations with multiple U.S. and foreign intelligence partners. In 2018, Don was awarded the prestigious Federal Bureau of Investigation Director’s Annual Award for Excellence in the category of Outstanding Counterintelligence Investigation.
Currently, Don is an Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice Department at Robert Morris University. Also, Don serves as a faculty advisor for Robert Morris University and 100 Black Men Collegiate Chapter. Don has a B.A. in Political Science from Anderson University (Anderson, IN) and a J.D. from the University of Cincinnati.
Don is married to Dr. Eveldora Wheeler, Associate Professor at West Liberty University, West Liberty, WV. He enjoys traveling with Eveldora, hiking outdoors and playing golf.