Jefferson City, MO- K.T. McFarland, who most recently served as Deputy National Security Advisor in the Trump Administration, will serve as the November speaker for “A Dream Fulfilled: The Presidential Lecture Series.” McFarland will speak on Thursday, November 14, at 6 p.m. in Scruggs University Center Ballroom. Doors open at 5:30, and the event is free and open to the public.
With more than four decades of experience in global politics, she has previously held national security appointments under the Nixon, Ford and Reagan Administrations. Her work under President Reagan earned her the Distinguished Service Award from the Department of Defense, their highest civilian honor, in 1985.
McFarland was a FOX News National Security Analyst for six years before joining the White House Senior Staff in 2017. She is currently focused on writing, and has contributed to two pieces published this year, Reagan at CPAC: The Words that Continue to Inspire a Revolution and Kissinger on Kissinger, as well as a work scheduled for release in 2020, America’s Next Revolution: Trump, Washington and We the People
McFarland is a graduate of George Washington University, and holds a master’s degree from Oxford University. She completed all but dissertation at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s doctoral program with a concentration on nuclear weapons, China and the Soviet Union.
By: Lincoln University