Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS)
Kenric Michel, Supervisory Investigator
Kenric Michel is a Supervisory Investigator in the San Francisco-Seattle District Office. Under the oversight of a district director, the OLMS supervisory investigator is responsible for leading a criminal and civil enforcement program within an OLMS field office, including shared responsibility to formulate annual office program, budgetary, and administrative operations plans, and monitor and evaluate the program work performed. Kenric Michel began his OLMS career in August 2003 as an investigator in the Minneapolis Resident Investigator Office. He transferred to the Washington District Office in 2005 and was promoted to the position of supervisory investigator there in 2010. In October 2013, he accepted the position of supervisory investigator in the San Francisco office of the San Francisco-Seattle District Office. In his career with OLMS, he has worked the full range of OLMS cases, including international embezzlement investigations, election investigations, and supervised elections. Mr. Michel graduated from Carroll College in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
Last Updated: 4-1-2014