LEADERSHIP PROFILES: Stories from Our Own Ranks

The fall 2016 issue of the Record introduces the Year of Leadership, the third theme in our five-year commemoration of our bicentennial in 2019. In that spirit, we are delighted to share these stories of leaders in the Norwich family who are working, each in his or her own way, to make the world a better place. (We’ve also included the corresponding page number from the printed Record, in case you’d like to refer back to it.)


(Courtesy of NCIS)

(Courtesy of NCIS)

Second in Command
NORWICH GRADUATE APPOINTED NCIS DEPUTY DIRECTOR
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Criminal justice professor Elizabeth Gurian. (Photo: Mark Collier)

(Photo by Mark Collier)

Fellowship Supports Research
on Female Murderers
ELIZABETH GURIAN, CJ PROFESSOR
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(Courtesy of Adam Lazar M’06)

Tapping the Roots of Success
ADAM LAZAR M’06
Page 10

 

 

 

 

 


(Photo: Mark Collier)

(Photo by Mark Collier)

Nursing Student Aims to Bring Skills Home to Uganda
BRENDA SHATTUCK ’18
Page 11

 

 

 

 

 


Col. Molly McGlaughlin, USAR ’89. (Photo courtesy of USAR)

(Courtesy of USAR)

Going Beyond
COL MOLLY McGLAUGHLIN, USAR ’89
Page 21

 

 

 

 

 


Pictured (l-r): Suffolk District Attorney Dan Conley, Brian J. Honan’s mother Mary Honan, Stacey Pichardo ’08, Massachusetts State Representative Kevin Honan (D-Brighton), and Honan’s sister, Clare Coughlin.

(Provided photo)

A Vision of Inclusion
STACEY PICHARDO ’08: AN INSPIRING LEADER IN BOSTON’S IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES
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A highly visible Canadian public figure, Nazanin Afshin-Jam M’11 has traveled many paths, from beauty queen, to pop singer, to filmmaker, to author, to global activist. It was her desire to examine human rights issues from new angles that led her to pursue a Master of Diplomacy from Norwich University’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies. (Photo by Karolina Turek)

(Photo by Karolina Turek)

Nazanin Afshin-Jam M’11
A MODEL GLOBAL ACTIVIST
Page 29

 

 

 

 


(Courtesy of Nancy Young Fillip ’76)

(Courtesy of Nancy Young Fillip ’76)

Nancy Young Fillip
A NORWICH FIRST
Page 31

 

 

 

 

 


The launch of the NU Leadership & Change Institute began with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 23 in Dole Auditorium. In attendance were Gen. Gordon R. Sullivan ’59, President Richard W. Schneider, Vice President and CGCS Dean Bill Clements, and Board of Trustees Chairman Alan DeForest ‘75. They were joined on stage by Col. Luke Ahmann, Commander, 158th Fighter Wing, Green Mountain Boys. Vermont Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Steven Cray, delivered the keynote. (Photo: Mark Collier)

(Photo by Mark Collier)

Institute Promotes Leadership, Change
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