Khallid Shabazz


Khallid Shabazz is a native of Alexandria, Louisiana. He also holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Trident University International and Doctorate of Ministry from North Texas Theological Seminary at Tyler Texas. He holds (4) Masters Degrees; (1) Claremont University (Interfaith Action) (2) Hartford Seminary (Comparative Religion), (3) Duquesne University in Pittsburg Pennsylvania (Philosophy& Ethics) and (4) Trident University International (Higher Educational Leadership). He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Jarvis Christian College in Hawkins, Texas (Biology). He currently serves as a Dissertation Chair at Trident University, Adjunct professor at Claremont Lincoln, & United Theological Seminary and is a Lecturer at the University of Washington. Lastly, he studied Arabic at the University of Jordan in Amman, Jordan. Chaplain (COL) Shabazz has also authored three books Losing Our Manhood, Islam and Christianity a Road to Peace, Faith, and Culture a Call to Reason. His present and past military assignments are as follows: 94th AMMDC Command Chaplain ; (Present) 7TH Infantry Division Chaplain (15-16) I Corps Deputy Command Chaplain, I Corps, Fort Lewis, Washington(14-15): Assistant Deputy Command Chaplain III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas (13-14); BDE Chaplain Air Calvary BDE 1st CAV DIV, Fort Hood, Texas, (12-14); USAREUR Strategic Plans and Operations, AFN Radio and STRATCOM Officer, Heidelberg, Germany, (09-12); Ethics Student at Duquesne University, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, (07-08); U.S Army Ethics Instructor at Captain Career Course FT Sill, Oklahoma, (08-09); Battalion Chaplain Air Calvary BDE, Fort Hood, Texas 1st CAV DIV (05-08); Senior Advisor to the Commanding General on all Religious affairs at Guantanamo bay, Cuba. (04-05); Battalion Chaplain 3-13th infantry battalion Ft Jackson, South Carolina (02-04); Battalion Chaplain 1-33 FA Bamberg, Germany (01-04)