Dr. Fagan started his career as a grade school teacher in Cork, Ireland, then returned to college to become a psychologist, practicing in Canada before pursuing a doctorate in clinical psychology. In 1984, Dr. Fagan moved into the public policy arena to work on family issues at the Free Congress Foundation. He then worked for Sen. Dan Coats of Indiana, before being appointed Deputy Assistant Secretary for Family and Community Policy at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services by President George H.W. Bush. After that he spent the next thirteen years at the Heritage Foundation where he was a senior fellow.
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