Dr. Chouraeshkenazi Appointed Chairman/Program Chair of the National Security Program at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security
By Dr. Monique M. Chouraeshkenazi
I'm very happy to announce that I will assume the position as Chairman/Program Chair of the National Security Program at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security in Washington D.C. I am very thankful for this prestigious opportunity and very thankful that Acting President Eric Eaton and Dean (Dr.) Steven Meyer have full faith in my capabilities as Chairman. I would like to thank Ret. Col Preston McLaughlin for his support in selecting me as one of DMGS's current adjunct homeland security professors. You've been an integral part in my journey to becoming part of the DMGS family. So thank you very much! I'm very much looking forward to bringing my expertise and knowledge to DMGS and honoring the School's mission to "...prepare future leaders to develop actionable solutions to global and domestic security challenges." I'm very sad to leave my position as Associate Professor for the School of Security and Global Studies with American Military University. President (Dr.) Wally Boston and Dean (Dr.) Mark Riccardi, thank you for your leadership, support, and guidance throughout my journey with APUS/AMU. Dr. Kelli Frakes and Mr. DC Rand, thank you so much for your excellent leadership and full support throughout my tenure with AMU. You gave me a chance and hired me-- my first civilian job when I transitioned from the U.S. Air Force. You all have been extremely wonderful and I'm truly thankful for your continued support and mentorship on my new journey. P.S. And I'm still a graduate student with AMU-- five more classes and a thesis to go! I'm looking forward to my future relationship with you all!