Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS), located in the heart of Washington D.C. just three blocks from the White House, is an academic institution for future leaders to learn and develop skills and solutions for use in national security and intelligence challenges.
DMGS seeks to teach its students how to anticipate upcoming trends, aims, strategies, and vulnerabilities of competitors, while its students seek to advance and secure the ideals of the nation. With courses such as International Relations Theory, Homeland Security, U.S. and Foreign Perspectives on Strategic Approaches, and more, students will graduate with a Masters Degree in U.S. national security upon completion.
Abby Moffat plays an instrumental role in the success of these students and faculty as the Chairwoman of the Board of Trustees of the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security (DMGS). Abby’s leadership creates a foundation for the progress of the school by heading executive decisions and facilitating partnerships with corresponding organizations to enhance the experience, skill, and knowledge of the students at DMGS.