Dr. Reginald M. Tiller is Deputy Superintendent at Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park in Atlanta, GA.
Before joining the park service, Tiller served as assistant director of Tennessee State Parks. That job, his national park experience and his education, including a doctorate in strategic leadership, helped prepare him for the task he now faces: building two parks from the ground up. And it isn't his first park to build.
Before accepting his current position, he was acting superintendent at Charles Young Buffalo Soldier National Monument in Wilberforce, OH and Superintendent of William Howard Taft National Historic Site in Cincinnati, OH.
A Gulf War veteran, Dr. Tiller served in the Army National Guard during Operation Desert Storm.
Dr. Tiller began his National Park Service career at the Rocky Mountain National Park, as a law enforcement ranger and manager of camp ground operations for the Thompson River District.
Dr. Tiller has worked at several other National Park Service sites as a superintendent for Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Florissant CO and George Washington Carver National Monument in Diamond MO.
He completed is M.A. in organizational management Trevecca Nazarene University and completed his Doctorate in Strategic Leadership at the Regent University.
He teaches online courses for Wilberforce University (OH) in organizational management and at Bethel University (TN) in criminal justice (Ethics Organizational Development & Diversity) and MBA program (Leadership, Business Strategy, Ethics, & Diversity). He is a student of leadership and the affects human interactions has on the success of organizations.
Prior to completing doctoral studies at Regent University, Dr. Tiller served as a YMCA executive director in several States (Nashville, TN - Portland, OR - Chattanooga, TN and Charlotte, NC) and as an internal investigator for Tennessee State Parks.