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Legacy of Learning Series

Sponsored by the NUAA


The NU Alumni Association created the Legacy of Learning Series to provide webinars and presentations that foster lifelong learning, professional development, and networking opportunities. Alumni and faculty are among the subject experts sharing new developments in a specific field, offering insight on topical issues, and diverse perspectives on issues of interest to Norwich alumni and friends.

If you have a suggestion for a future Legacy of Learning topic or speaker contact the Alumni Office at 802.485.2100 or by email:


September 23, 2021, 4:00 p.m., In-person at Mack Hall and livestreamed
Women Kicking Glass- Unexpected Pathways to Sucess
Host/ Panelists:
Tina Stevens '83 and Annette Redmond '83
Moderator:  Joe Reagan '04
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Tina (Judd) Stevens and Annette (LaCasse) Redmond bonded in 1979 as rook sisters and roommates living with a handful of other women on the top floor of Ransom Hall.  Tina left Norwich in her second year and Annette went on to graduate in 1983 and begin a career in the U.S. Army.  In this Legacy of Learning event, join Annette, Deputy Assistant Secretary U.S. Department of State and Tina, CEO of Secondary Solutions as they reflect on their unexpected life and career paths and how their Norwich experiences and lessons learned influenced their lives along the way.


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June 22, 2021: "Leading through the Pandemic: Perspectives from Norwich Alumni
Host/ Panelists: 
Leah Cifuentes '19 & M'20, Cpl Michael B. Philbrick, USMCR M'10, Lt Col David J. Ortiz, USAFR ’98 & M’0 and Michele Turner M’12
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May 25, 2021: "Foundations of Financial Success"
Host/ Panelist:
Brian Gibbons '99
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May 20, 2021: "Norwich Women Kicking Glass - Stepping Up to Lead"
Panelists:  Host Martha Rainville (NU Trustee), Marlene Houngbedji M'13, CAPT US Army Regan (Steen) Keenan '15 , LDCR US Navy (ret.) Jana Raymond '90
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March 30, 2021: "Relationship Grit"
Panelists: Norwich Professor John Dulmage '12, Marcy Eisenberg and Robert Anderson '86
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Legacy of Learning - The Power of the Norwich NetworkMarch 9, 2021: "The Power of the Norwich Network"

Panelists: Moderator Brian Dunne '13, Chris Cadigan '94, Juliet Lisky '15, Pete Hynd '94, Preston Huntington '14 & M'17, Professor Karen Hinkle
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March 4, 2021: "Pandemic Nursing - A Nurse's Perspective"

Panelists: Moderator Michael Wilhelm '98 DNP, CRNA, APRN, Jamie Maxham-Robillard '15 M'19 MSN, RN; Jennifer Coutu '99 M'15 MSN, RN, OCN, EMT-B; and Katie Sterling '18 RN, BSN
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Legacy of Learning - VolunteerismJanuary 29, 2021: "Service-Living: How to Integrate Service Into your Everyday Life For a Positive Impact"
Panelists: Moderator Jenny Goudreau '90/ alumna, professional educator and leadership coach, Nicole DiDomenico '15/ Director of the Norwich Center for Civic Engagement and Abigail Joyal '18/ Assistant Director of the Norwich Center for Civic Engagement
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November 5, 2020: "Suicide Awareness, Part 2 - How Can We Listen Better"
Panelists: Joey Mac Dizon '11 & Joe Reagan ’04 (moderators), with Brendan Recchia ’08, SgtMaj Lee Bonar, Jr. USMC (Ret.), Rev. William Wick, Karen Boyce, Rich Turner, and Jenna Mehnert.
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Legacy of Learning - EntrepreneurshipOctober 28, 2020: "Entrepreneurship: Where to Begin"
Panelists: Moderator Joey Mac Dizon '11, and panelists Richard Porqueddu '91, Norwich Professor James Rogler, and  Michael Reyes '19
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October 14, 2020: Leadership in Policing - Addressing Stress & Burnout to Affect Positive Outcomes
Panelists: Criminal Justice Professor Larry Potts (moderator), Norwich Pro Director Daniel Daoust, Professors Jevon Thompson and Frank Tona
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Legacy of Learning - Women in LeadershipOctober 1, 2020: Women in Leadership
Panelists: Brigadier General Kimberly Baumann '87 & P’19, MaryAnne Burke ’86 & P’18, P’24, CPT Alison Lanz ’10, and Dr. Lisa Crockett M’06
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September 30, 2020:  Why is emotional intelligence important?
Panelists: Norwich Faculty Members
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