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College Station, Texas 77843-4220


Jason B. Moats

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jbmoats@tamu.edu
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Jason Moats Jason Moats, PhD, currently serves as the Program Director of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Programs for the Emergency Services Training Institute/Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX). In that position, he directs three Homeland Security National Training Programs—incident management, public health and emergency medical services—with a combined annual budget of more than 8.3 million dollars.

As part of his role with TEEX, where he has been since 2002, he teaches for Texas A&M University’s The Dwight Look College of Engineering, Safety Engineering Program. He also currently serves as adjunct faculty for Adelphi University where he teaches in the Safety Engineering and Emergency Service Programs. As a lecturer for the Bush School, he teaches graduate-level online courses in weapons of mass destruction and emergency management and homeland security for the graduate Certificate in Homeland Security program.

In 2000, Moats became the Hazardous Materials Training Officer and the SARA Title III Program Officer for the State of Kentucky’s Division of Emergency Management. In this role, he managed the state’s hazardous materials training program and built partnerships between response agencies throughout Kentucky. He also served as an adjunct instructor for the University of Louisville’s Hazardous Materials Training Center.

Moats is a 24-year veteran of emergency services, including having served as a firefighter in Kentucky, Florida and Indiana as well as an Emergency Medical Technician in Indiana, Florida and San Diego County, California. He has twice been decorated for valor as a firefighter/EMT. His experience in emergency services also includes his service in the United States Navy.

Moats earned his PhD and MS in Educational Human Resource Development from Texas A&M University and B.S. in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University.

Moats is the author of “Agroterrorism, A Guide for First Responders” and has had articles published on a variety of topics involving training and development, crisis management, and the work of scholar-practitioners. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the Academy of Human Resource Development.

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The Bush School of Government and Public Service

Texas A&M University
4220 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-4220


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