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James Rogler began his teaching at Norwich as an adjunct professor teaching several business course and now carries a full schedule in the Business and Management Department.

Rogler has a Bachelor of Science in microbiology and public health from Wagner College, a Master of Business Administration in hospital administration, and a Master of Business Administration in business management and marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Rogler completed a career in telecommunications before coming to Norwich. He was responsible for the total operations of 22 independent telephone companies in five states generating more than $70 million of revenue a year. Responsibilities included managing more than 100 employees.

Before that, he worked in sales management for Ben & Jerry’s, was the health care market manager for a major consumer products company, and managed a corporate microbiology laboratory. He brings over 35 years of business experience in marketing, sales, operations and financial management.

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