Patrick Carberry has dedicated his life to service and humanitarian endeavors. Mr. Carberry started his career serving in the US Army 82nd Airborne. Carberry has spent the last 16 years working for the Department of Justice (DOJ) and while working for them was embedded with the US Army in Balad, Iraq in 2004, and in Bagram Afghanistan, in 2009. Carberry founded the FBI Intelligence Analysts Association (FBI IAA) and served as their Vice President for four years.
Prior to joining the DOJ, Carberry had a successful career working for various Fortune 500 companies in Boston area including building his own technology software company which was successfully acquired by a publicly traded company. Carberry authored the technical book “CAD/CAM with Personal Computers.” Publisher Tab Books/McGraw Hill.
Carberry was raised Catholic as a young boy but has been a non-denominational Christian for most of his adult life. His strong Christian faith has informed and influenced all areas of his life for the past 50+ years. Carberry has started a number of Christian initiatives.
Carberry founded Joshuacord, a Christian 501c3 nonprofit organization focused on raising awareness and funds to help Persecuted Christians across the Middle East and Africa. Over the past five years Joshuacord has hosted an annual run called Joshua 1:9 Freedom 5K and donated all proceeds to Persecuted Christians globally. More recently Carberry has partnered with In Altum Productions to produce a documentary called Christians in the Mirror which takes the audience through the lives of men, women, and children facing persecution for their Christian faith.
Carberry received his B.A. degree from California State University, Fullerton, CA, and attended a Master’s Program at Liberty University. Carberry is married to his beautiful wife Bettie, has two adult children and a one adorable grandson.