Rebekah Moughon, M.A.

Adjunct Professor of Government

Educational Background:Rebekah Moughon

M.A. in Security Studies, Georgetown University

B.A. in Government, Patrick Henry College

Time at PHC: 2018 to present


Rebekah Moughon teaches introductory intelligence courses at Patrick Henry College, including History of American Intelligence and Intelligence Research and Analysis. Professor Moughon began her career at the Defense Intelligence Agency, supporting strategic planning for the Directorate for Human Intelligence and conducting all-source analysis. Following her time at DIA, she served as an analyst in the National Counterterrorism Center. Her experience spans a wide range of issue areas including counterproliferation, counterterrorism, homeland and national security policy, international security mechanisms, the Middle East, and Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to teaching at Patrick Henry College, Professor Moughon taught in the Intelligence Studies department at American Military University.

Professor Moughon earned her M.A. in Security Studies from the Center for Security Studies in Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service where she concentrated in International Security. She received her B.A. in Government, with a concentration in Intelligence and Foreign Policy, from Patrick Henry College.

Professor Moughon and her husband are blessed with four rambunctious sons.