Norwich University appoints three new trustees

By NU Office of Communications

NORTHFIELD, Vt. —Following its most recent fall meeting, Norwich officials announced three new additions to the Board of Trustees.

Dr. Trevor D. Albertson NU’02

Dr. Trevor D. Albertson, ’02, is Vice Chancellor at the Yosemite College District in northern California. The district is comprised of two public, state-supported colleges—Columbia College in the Sierra Nevada foothills and Modesto Junior College in the northern San Joaquin Valley. With three major campuses, the district enrolls approximately 15,000 full-time equivalent students, and is responsible for higher-educational support across roughly 4,500 square miles—an area of responsibility that includes Yosemite National Park and 550,000 residents. Trevor is responsible for numerous organization-wide lines-of-effort, while also exercising leadership in support of the district’s colleges. In addition to these duties, Dr. Albertson oversees numerous district-level functions and the people who bring them to life; these include Information Technology, Human Resources, Institutional Planning, Accreditation, and Institutional Research.

Prior to his current appointment, Trevor served as the President of Lassen College and as the Superintendent of the contiguous single-college district. A public, state-supported institution with a residential campus, Lassen is located in one of the west’s most scenic regions. A comprehensive college, Lassen fields numerous women’s and men’s athletic teams and approximately 20 academic programs. Dr. Albertson served in that role from 2019 until July, 2022, having been appointed to his current position. During his time as Lassen College’s president, the school experienced what were perhaps the most challenging years of the institution’s nearly 100-year history. Trevor led the college through a seemingly insurmountable series of existential challenges—among these were the Covid pandemic; two crippling cyberattacks; and two major wildfires—the Sheep Fire and then the Dixie Fire, with the latter being the largest in California’s history. Despite these obstacles, Dr. Albertson drove positive change on the academic and fiscal fronts, successfully leading the college out of extensive accreditation challenges and dramatically improving the college’s financial position—taking the institution from a budget deficit to a surplus.

He is a 2002 graduate of Norwich University, receiving a Bachelor’s degree, cum laude, in History and a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation. Trevor served several years on active duty and then in the Air Force Reserve. As an intelligence officer, Trevor served in operations, analysis, and organizational leadership roles.

He completed a Master’s degree in International Affairs at Catholic University in Washington, DC, and earned his PhD in the Political-Diplomatic History of the 20th Century United States from the University of California, Merced. Dr. Albertson remains an active scholar and has authored numerous academic publications, including the book Winning Armageddon: Curtis LeMay and Strategic Air Command, 1948-1957 and multiple academic journal articles. He has spoken at numerous prestigious institutions and before several distinguished groups, including Princeton University, and the Colombo Air Symposium in Sri Lanka—in addition to being frequently cited by national and international media outlets.

In his capacity as a civilian academic, Dr. Albertson served as a Course Director and Assistant Professor in the Department of Airpower (History) at the Air Command and Staff College (ACSC) in Montgomery, Alabama. As a member of the U.S. Air Force Academy faculty, Trevor taught in the Department of Political Science. He was a senior gubernatorial appointee, serving as the Deputy Secretary for Veterans’ Services at the California Department of Veterans Affairs, was an aide to a Member of Congress, and is a Trustee of the University of California, Merced, Foundation.

Mr. Lowell Price ’93

Lowell Price ’93, is a seasoned commercial executive with over 25 years of experience in sales, healthcare, and leadership. He recently joined Home Care Delivered Inc (HCD) as the Senior Vice President of Business Development and Chief Growth Officer. HCD is a supplier of durable medical equipment and partners with healthcare practitioners by providing medical supplies directly to their patients’ homes, anywhere across the U.S. HCD has contracts with hundreds of commercial and government payors throughout the U.S and sell a wide array of name-brand product across multiple chronic care categories.

Prior to joining HCD at the beginning of 2022, Price served as the Vice President and Global Head of Commercial for Evidera PPD (Evidera) a biopharma consulting/services business. He was responsible for the development and execution of the go-to-market strategy for Evidera through his oversight and direction of the Business Development, Marketing, and Commercial Operations units.

Before joining Evidera in 2018 he spent 20 years in the healthcare industry serving in successive leadership positions within GE, Sunovion (Sepracor), Novartis, and Pfizer. He served as the Commercial Leader for Centricity Perinatal for GE Healthcare Digital and prior to that he was the General Manager of Commercial Operations for GE Healthcare Digital Americas. He also served as Commercial Integration Leader after the acquisition of API Healthcare by GE and held other leadership roles after joining GE through the Experienced Commercial Leadership Program.

Price received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Norwich University in 1993 and a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. At Norwich, he was a cadet and member of the wrestling team, the Harold “Doc” Martin society and is a supporter of the Military Writer’s Symposium. He was a Board of Fellows member for Norwich’s College of Graduate and Continuing Studies. He is married to Dr. Silvia Munoz-Price, both an MD and PhD, infectious disease expert, with whom he has one child. Dr. Munoz-Price is the chief quality and safety officer for VCU Health in Richmond Virginia.

Mrs. Pamela A. Little

Pamela Anne Little is a financial executive with over 35 years of experience with companies ranging from privately held start-ups to large, publicly-traded government contracting firms. Little is the Chief Financial Officer of Nathan Associates, Inc., a private international economic and analytics consulting firm that works with government and commercial clients around the globe. Prior to Nathan, she was the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Modern Technology Solutions Inc., (MTSI) an employee owned government contractor, for which she remains on the board of directors. Little also serves on the board of Excella, a management and technology consulting firm in Northern Virginia and has served as a director of Sandy Spring Bancorp since 2002.

Prior to MTSI, she served as CFO of Calibre Systems and Co-CEO and CFO for ATSI. Little was vice president and chief financial officer of Athena Innovative Solutions, Inc. and ZKD, Inc., where she was responsible for all financial and administrative functions and for negotiating the sale of the company to McNeil Technologies, Inc. Prior to ZKD, Little served as vice president and chief financial officer of DAI, was executive vice president for Welch Engineering and Mitech Inc, and held several executive roles with IDEAS, Inc. and its affiliate, MICROS Systems, including senior vice president of finance and administration and chief financial officer of MICROS and chief operating office and president of IDEAS. During her tenure at IDEAS, Little was also a member of the board of directors and was responsible for executing a turnaround of IDEAS. Little has consulted and served on the board of directors of numerous private companies over her career.

Little also served on the board of directors of the Professional Services Council, Maryland Technology Council and as Chairman of the advisory board of Montgomery College Macklin Business Institute while teaching courses as part time faculty for the business school. Little received her bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Maryland and her master’s degree from Loyola College. She is married to Bob Little, a former federal prosecutor, and enjoys spending time with her four children and seven grandchildren.

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Norwich University is a diversified academic institution that educates traditional-age students and adults in a Corps of Cadets and as civilians. Norwich offers a broad selection of traditional and distance-learning programs culminating in baccalaureate and graduate degrees. Norwich University was founded in 1819 by Captain Alden Partridge of the U.S. Army and is the oldest private military college in the United States of America. Norwich is one of our nation's six senior military colleges and the birthplace of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC).


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