During her time as a United States Secret Service Special Agent, Evy was considered one of the agency’s elite interview and interrogation experts. Having been trained by the U.S. Department of Defense, Evy traveled the world conducting polygraph examinations on some of the most hardened criminals. From violent criminals and scammers to child abusers and terrorists, Evy’s sat face-to face with society’s worst delving into their minds and hearts in search of the truth.
After being hand selected to serve on the protective detail of U.S. President Barack Obama, Evy’s time in the White House further honed her craft as a top tier communication strategist. With her mission focused on keeping the most powerful world leader alive, Evy’s understanding of human behavior strengthened her ability to negotiate with high-level foreign officials, military leaders, and political appointees.
After leaving the Secret Service to pursue a career in television, Evy’s been featured in media outlets such as Dr. Drew On Call, the Today Show, NBC, CNBC, Fox News, CNN and more. She also co-hosted Spy Games on Bravo TV. Her TEDx Talk Words: Your Most Powerful Weapon along with her appearances on podcasts with Bethany Frankel, Jameel Jamil, Jay Shetty, Maria Menounos, and Lewis Howes, among others have drawn more than 12 million views.
Evy teaches Criminal Justice and Criminology as an Adjunct Professor at the City University of New York and Leadership and Negotiation at Athens University of Economics and Business. She is an instructor with Impact Theory, authoring a course on detecting deception. She leads a mentorship program for men and women all over the world who are committed to living their most optimal life. She wrote the bestselling book Becoming Bulletproof: Protect Yourself, Read People, Influence Situations, Live Fearlessly, which has been published in several languages, to include Italian, Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Hungarian, and Greek.
Evy holds a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology as well as a Master of Science in Journalism from Columbia University.Visit Evy's Website