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Mr. Cecil Moses to speak at Phi Alpha Theta lecture series

WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. - University of the Cumberlands’ Upsilon-Upsilon Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta presents the next lecture of the 2009-2010 lecture series at 7 p.m., Tuesday, February 16 in the Bennett Auditorium on campus.

Mr. Cecil Moses, honorary UC alumnus, retired FBI agent, Senior Executive Service, and retired police chief of Madison County, Alabama, will present the lecture titled, “The Changing Role of the FBI.”

Cecil began his career as a clerk with the FBI in Cleveland, Ohio, where he later was promoted to codes clerk, handling sensitive material. While working full-time for the bureau, Moses earned a bachelor’s degree in personnel management and labor law from Cleveland State University. He has also pursued graduate studies at the University of Virginia and the University of Alabama. After an illustrious career as an FBI agent, which culminated in his appointment by President Ronald Reagan to the bureau’s prestigious Senior Executive Service, Moses retired in 1989. He then served as the police chief of Madison County, Ala. until a second retirement in 1999.

Moses and his wife, Penny, currently reside in Mulberry, Tenn. He continues to serve as a consultant and lecturer on criminal justice and homeland security matters through C & M Consultants, LLC, d.b.a. The Moses Group, of which he is a partner.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact the history department at (606) 539-4270.