Rosemarie A. Pelletier is the program director for the Master of Public Administration and Master of Science in Information Security & Assurance programs at Norwich University. Dr. Pelletier has years of experience in education and public policy/policy analysis. She has more than 15 years of experience in online teaching and course development. Prior to coming to Norwich, she was the president and founder of a company responsible for the identification, research, and development of public-private partnership projects throughout Virginia.

Dr. Pelletier served as the Secretary of the Virginia State Technology Council where she advised the Executive and Legislative branches on technology policy issues. She chaired the Transportation Technology Advisory Panel in writing the Transportation Technology Blueprint for the Commonwealth of Virginia. She was appointed by Governor George Allen to the Joint Committee on Technology and Science to study and advise on technology and science policies. Appointed by Governor Mark Warner, Dr. Pelletier served on the statewide speakers’ bureau to address transportation funding issues throughout the Commonwealth. She combines her knowledge and experience in technology policy with her education in public policy and public administration to bring the best of both worlds to Norwich University.