Jane Rhodes-Wolfe began her FBI career in 1996 and was assigned to the New York field office, where she investigated white-collar crime and counterterrorism violations. As a member of the Evidence Response Team (ERT), she deployed to Yemen in 2000 following the attack on the USS Cole, overseeing the collection and transport of evidence. On Sept. 11, 2001, she assisted in aiding victims and investigating the attack on the World Trade Center. In early 2002, she became a member of the PENTTBOM investigative team and assisted in the investigation of terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui.
In October 2003, she became a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) at FBI HQ in the Office of Congressional Affairs. She was transferred to the Chicago Field Office in January 2006, where she served as the SSA of a Joint Terrorism Task Force and Domestic Terrorism squad. In 2009, she was promoted to Assistant Inspector at FBI HQ in the Inspection Division; she conducted reviews of FBI HQ and field office functions, responded to shooting incidents, conducted special emphasis inspections, and established protocols for Inspection Division operations.
In 2011, she was promoted to Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Philadelphia Field Office, where she oversaw personnel, financial management, public affairs and community outreach, crisis management, the Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory and more.
Rhodes-Wolfe was selected to lead the Terrorism Financing Operations Section (TFOS) in 2012. TFOS leads law enforcement and domestic intelligence community efforts to defeat terrorism through the application of financial investigative techniques and the disruption of terrorist financing operations.