Mark S. Inch

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Mark S. Inch
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Secretary Florida Department of Corrections
Assumed office
January 2018
Appointed byRon DeSantis
9th Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons
In office
September 18, 2017 – May 18, 2018
Appointed byJeff Sessions
PresidentDonald Trump
Personal details
Born
Mark Sherwin Inch

Wheaton, Illinois, U.S.
ResidenceTallahassee, Florida
EducationU.S. Army Command and General Staff College, Master’s Degree, Military Operational Art and Science/Studies, 2004 – 2005
The University of Texas at Austin, Master’s Degree, Geography (Regional Concentration: Middle East/Africa), (1992),[1] Thesis: Decision-making and the implementation of security land use policies : a case study of Iraq[2] - Summer 1990 to Summer 1992.[3]

Wheaton College, Bachelor’s Degree, Biblical Archaeology, 1978 – 1982[4]

Texas A&M University (BS)
Military service
Allegiance United States
Branch/service United States Army
Years of service1982–2017

Mark Sherwin Inch[5][6] is a retired United States Army Major General who served as the 9th Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons of the United States. He resigned from that position on May 18, 2018.[7]

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions named Inch to head the Federal Bureau of Prisons in the Department of Justice (DOJ) on August 1, 2017. Inch, who also holds degrees in geography and archaeology, had supervised prisons of the United States Army for two years.[8] Inch assumed office as Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons on September 18, 2017.[9] On January 3, 2019, Governor-elect Ron DeSantis of Florida announced that Inch would head the Florida Department of Corrections. On May 2, 2019 Inch was confirmed by the Florida state senate as the Secretary of Corrections.


Education[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "University of Texas Degree Verification".
  2. ^ "University of Texas Thesis Catalog".
  3. ^ Search for "Inch, Mark" as alumnus at University of Texas alumni website
  4. ^ Thunder Rolls, 2017-2018 Newsletter. Page 3
  5. ^ Wallechinsky D., Straehley S. Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons: Who Is Mark Inch? AllGov, Wednesday, August 30, 2017]
  6. ^ Search for "Inch, Mark" as alumnus at University of Texas alumni website
  7. ^ "Director of Bureau of Prisons Steps Down". New York Times. Retrieved May 20, 2018.
  8. ^ LinkedIn profile for Mark S. Inch
  9. ^ "Mark S. Inch". Federal Bureau of Prisons. Retrieved September 29, 2017.
  10. ^ "University of Texas Degree Verification".
  11. ^ "University of Texas Thesis Catalog".
  12. ^ Search for "Inch, Mark" as alumnus at University of Texas alumni website
  13. ^ Thunder Rolls, 2017-2018 Newsletter. Page 3

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