In the fall 2016 issue, we shared stories of leaders in the Norwich family who are working, each in his or her own way, to make the world a better place. In that spirit we are delighted to bring you this next installment of Profiles in Leadership: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.

“I don’t believe any student should have to leave Norwich because they can’t afford it.” - Alan DeForest ’75 Chairman, Board of Trustees

Alan DeForest ’75
Leading by Following
Page 28





Hollywood’s Leading Men Hollywood exec Mike Rizzuto ’97 and professional actor Jake Head ’97 at Paramount Stage 17, the set of such legendary films as Sunset Boulevard and Ghost, and TV series from Bonanza to NCIS: L.A. (Story, p. 30.) Photo by Anthony Rizzuto.

Mike Rizzuto ’97
Leading by Creating
Page 30





In February 2016, acting as Incident Management Assistance Team West interim lead, Albie Lewis prepares staff for a land navigation/map orienteering field course held in Martinez, Calif. FEMA photo by Jacqueline Chandler.

FEMA photo by Jacqueline Chandler.

Albert “Albie” Lewis ’73 & M’98
Leading Through Crises
Page 32






Through September, Pam Dubey ’14 served as a military police officer and platoon leader with the 291st Military Police Company, 40th Military Police Battalion, Detention, at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. She left for Fort Benning, Georgia, on September 30 to commence the Armor Basic Officer Leaders Course. Pam is currently enrolled in Norwich University’s M.S. in Leadership program through the College of Graduate and Continuing Studies and hopes to graduate in June 2017. Photo courtesy of Pam Dubey ’14.

2nd Lt. Pamela Dubey ’14
Leading from the Front
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