Adjunct Professorial Lecturer
School of International Service
Ph.D. International Studies (US Foreign Policy, Conflict & Cooperation), Old Dominion University, 2007;
M.B.A. University of Maryland (University College), 2010
Dr. Charles Pasquale has nearly 25 years of management, analysis, leadership, and operations experience in national and international security, intelligence, and business, including deployments to hostile-fire areas and war zones. His academic, government, military, and private-sector background offers a broad perspective on national, international, and global issues.
In addition to serving with the American University School of International Service, he is an Assistant Professor with the National Defense University's National War College, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor with the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.
He has led multiple analytic units within the IC and was a Course Director and lead instructor for a core analytic tradecraft training program at the Sherman Kent School. He previously served 20 years with the US Navy on active and reserve duty in special operations and intelligence occupations, worked in the Institute for Defense Analyses’ Joint Advanced Warfighting Program, and served as a Federal Air Marshal. He also served for seven years as Board Director and Chairman with a non-profit Federal Employee Health Benefits provider organization