New England Public Works Institute

Program Director

Rosemarie Pelletier, DPA

Welcome to the New England Public Works Institute at Norwich University

Welcome to the New England Public Works Institute (NEPWI) – an online collaboration between Norwich University and the New England Chapter of the American Public Works Association. The New England Public Works Institute is an online course of study in leadership and management best practices. It provides both new and experienced supervisors and managers the skills needed to manage and lead in a constantly evolving public works environment. Emphasis is placed on collaboration, decision-making, writing and critical thinking.re

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Dr. Rosemarie A. Pelletier is the program director for the Master of Public Administration program. Dr. Pelletier has several years of experience in education, public policy and real estate. She has been teaching in Virginia for 15 years in the classroom and for about 10 years online, where she wrote and developed courses and chaired dissertation committees. Dr. Pelletier was the president and founder of a company responsible for the identification, research and development of projects suitable for construction by the formation of a public-private partnership. At George Mason University, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in English and Philosophy, her MPA, and began her PhD work. She then went on to the University of Baltimore to receive her Doctorate in Public Administration, specializing in policy and project implementation.

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