Vincent A. Tutoni,
Chief of Staff
Vincent Tutoni is a member of the Senior Executive Service and a federal law enforcement special agent with over 22 years of experience with the U.S. Secret Service, focusing on the agency’s integrated mission of protecting our nation’s leaders and preserving the integrity of our financial systems through investigations.
In November 2021, Mr. Tutoni assumed the duties of Chief of Staff for the Office of the Director, which is responsible for enterprise-wide strategic planning and daily operational activities for the agency.
Previously, Mr. Tutoni served as the Special Agent in Charge of the Protective Intelligence and Assessment Division, supporting the agency’s protective operations through comprehensive risk analysis and threat assessments while navigating complex factors.
Prior to this position, his Secret Service assignments included the Office of Communication and Media Relations as the Special Agent in Charge, where he oversaw the Secret Service’s broad public affairs portfolio, and the Presidential Protective Division as an Assistant Special Agent in Charge, where he managed daily White House security operations.
At the Tallinn Resident Office, Mr. Tutoni served as the Resident Agent in Charge and DHS Dual Hat Attaché to U.S. Embassy Tallinn with oversight of agency operations in five European nations including Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. Preceding his overseas assignment, he served as an Assistant to the Special Agent in Charge for the Protective Intelligence and Assessment Division, where he led a 24-hour protective intelligence operations center that provided real-time threat mitigation strategies to agency personnel in support of its protective mission.
Throughout his career, he has served in six separate and distinct Secret Service directorates, leaving a positive imprint on agency strategic vision, protective operations, protective intelligence, public affairs and transnational criminality.
Mr. Tutoni’s education includes the completion of studies at the American University Key Executive Leadership Program, Washington, DC (2018), Master of Science in Teaching – Iona College, New Rochelle, New York (1998) and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the State University of New York in Albany, New York (1996).