Signature Leadership Series: Reflections on Leadership in Combat, Parenting, and Higher Education
A conversation with Dr. Mark Anarumo '94, '97, '05, United States Air Force Col. (Ret), President of Norwich University with moderation by John Chacko '95, United States Marine Corps Lt. Col. (Ret.), Business Continuity Management Exercise and Readiness Lead at Bristol Myers Squibb
The Rutgers Business School Signature Leadership Series: Lessons of Resilience, Resourcefulness, Responsibility, and Reinvention features live virtual discussions with thought leaders and business leaders from across the industry spectrum. This complimentary monthly series will give you:
- the opportunity to hear and learn from leadership experts
- stories of their journey
- lessons learned
Join the conversation and get a glimpse into their everyday, real-life challenges and learn from their leadership playbooks.
Speaker: United States Air Force Col. (Ret.) Mark Anarumo, President of Norwich University
Dr. Mark Anarumo, Col., USAF (Ret), a highly decorated Army and Air Force veteran, scholar, and practitioner in the fields of terrorism, political violence, criminal justice, character development, and leadership, became the 24th president of Norwich University in June 2020. Dr. Anarumo assumed the presidency amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic and led the university successfully through a year of full, yet modified, campus operations including academics, athletics, and student life. His empathic leadership demonstrated in such challenging times attracted national news media coverage highlighting his proactive, transparent, and frequent communications that emphasized student mental health and the well-being of the university and central Vermont communities. Dr. Anarumo is a three time graduate of Rutgers University ('94, '97, & '05), including our Air Force ROTC, Detachment 485, as the Distinguished Graduate, which is a national recognition among all AFROTC units.
If you have any questions, you may contact our Executive Education team directly at 1-848-445-2020.
This event is free.