Adjunct Lecturer - Bush School DC
Reginald King joined the Bush School of Government and Public Service in the fall of 2020 and teaches at the Texas A&M Washington, DC, Teaching Site. Prior to this, he had a thirty-year career in the CIA, including four years as Chief of the National Counterterrorism Center-Middle East Branch, three years as Deputy Chief of the Crime and Narcotic Center Assessments Group, two years as Executive Assistant to the Director of Analysis, and five years as Chief of the Aegean Regional Group. During his time in the CIA, King received many awards, including the CIA Crime and Narcotics Center Director’s Award for Leadership and the CIA Europe and Eurasian Mission Center Director’s Award for Diversity. After leaving the CIA, King taught as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama and at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School. King holds a bachelor of science in economics from Southern University and a masters of arts in economics from Howard University.