The DMGS panel at the conference: Col. Preston McLaughlin, Ronald Marks, and Col. Philip Gentile

On September 25 – 26, Daniel Coats, the U.S. Director of National Intelligence, and David Bowdich, the Deputy Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, visited Charleston, South Carolina, along with many other industry influencers, academics, and students for The Citadel’s 2018 Intelligence and Cybersecurity Conference. Daniel Coats and David Bowdich were the featured speakers at the conference that also included panels with intelligence professionals from government agencies and private security companies, as well as presentations by academic faculty, cadets, and students.

Daniel Morgan Graduate School presented a panel on Creating and Teaching Defense Intelligence featuring the following individuals:

  • Ronald Marks, Professor and Intelligence Program Chair, Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security
  • Col. Philip Gentile, Senior Lecturer of Practice, Intelligence Studies, Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security
  • Moderator, Col. Preston McLaughlin, Associate Professor of National Security, Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security Panel

Dan Coats’s remarks at the event have been quoted by CBS News, The Post and Courier, VOA, and other news sources.