Leslie HagenSouth Carolina
803-705-5061 | 202-658-8490
Rank or Title:
National Indian Country Training Coordinator
U.S. Department of Justice
Leslie A. Hagen serves as the Department of Justice’s first National Indian Country Training Coordinator. In this position, she is responsible for planning, developing, and coordinating training in a broad range of matters relating to the administration of justice in Indian country. Previously, Ms. Hagen served as the Native American Issues Coordinator for EOUSA. In that capacity, she served as EOUSA’s principal legal advisor on all matters pertaining to Native American issues, provided management support to the United States Attorneys’ Offices, and coordinated and resolved legal issues. She also served as a liaison and technical assistance provider to Department of Justice components and the Attorney General’s Advisory Committee on Native American Issues. Ms. Hagen started with the Department of Justice as an AUSA in the Western District of Michigan. As an AUSA, she was assigned to Violent Crime in Indian Country and handled federal prosecutions and training on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and human trafficking affecting the eleven federally recognized tribes in the Western District of Michigan.