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Robert Krell

Dr. Robert Krell




D.B.A., in Business & Public Management, 1977, George Washington University, Washington D.C.
M.S. Sloan School of Management, 1970, M.I.T, Cambridge MA
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering, 1968, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
National War College, Washington DC, 1985
Air War College, Montgomery Al, 1980
Air Command & Staff College, 1975
Federal Executive Institute, VA 1985

Federal Acquisition Corps – Level III Certified
Security Clearance Previous active Top Secret, SCI

Courses Taught at CCG/NGS

Designed courses in Finance and Systems. Taught and designed On-site Residency for years 1, 2, 3 and 4. Current Doctoral Chair and Content Expert. Mentored several Learners successfully earning doctoral degrees.

Courses Taught Elsewhere

National Louis University, Chicago, IL
Adjunct Professor in undergraduate and graduate programs. Designed courses in BSM & BSMIS Programs in computer security, networks & project management. Teach courses in MBA program.

Universityof Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ
Undergraduate, graduate and doctoral Instructor in project management. leadership, organization and information systems. Instructor Lead for 2nd, 3rd and 4th year Residencies. Certified Senior Facilitator. Doctoral Chair for DBA, DM & DMIST degrees.

Professional Experience

ATT CORPORATION, 1989 - 1991
Office of the Chairman, AT&T Corporation, Basking Ridge, NJ

Senior Program Manager, 1991 - 1999
Office of Under Secretary of Defense, Acquisition & Technology, The Pentagon, Washington D.C

Acting Director of Strategic Plans & Policy, 1980-1988
Office of the Secretary of Defense, The Pentagon, Washington D.C.

Senior Telecommunications Policy Specialist/Computer Specialist, 1975 – 1979
Office of Secretary of Commerce. Washington, DC
National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD

United States Air Force Reserves, 1968 – 2000
Brigadier General (Retired)

Professional Associations

Active member of Air Force Association, National War College Alumni Association, President’s Executive Exchange Association, Armed Forces Communication & Electronics Association, Reserve Officer’s Association and several academic associations.

Publications and Lectures

Speaker many times annually for the past 20 years to government, industry, and academic audiences (both in small seminar format and groups up to 500) on both technical and non-technical matters. Have published articles on leadership, communications, information technology issues (such as computer security), and finance in academic, association, and general interest publications.

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