American Public University System (APUS) today announced the appointment of Major General (Ret.) Robert L. Nabors and Vice Admiral (Ret.) Ann E. Rondeau to its board of trustees. MG Nabors, an executive advisor to Booz Allen Hamilton, and VADM Rondeau replace retiring members Lieutenant General (Ret.) Julius Becton, Jr., and Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) James H. Herhusky.
“I’m extremely pleased to welcome Bob and Ann to the APUS board of trustees, where their collective business acumen and many years of unparalleled public service will help us to even further strengthen our established leadership in educating those who serve,” said Dr. Wallace E. Boston, president and CEO.
MG Nabors is a former senior VP for EDS U.S. Government Solutions and also served as commanding general for the US Army, Communications-Electronics Command, Ft. Monmouth NJ. In addition, he held several other senior leadership roles over a distinguished military and civilian career, including deputy commander of the White House Communications Agency. He holds more than 40 military awards and decorations and over 400 honorary awards, including the Distinguished Service Medal. He earned a BS in systems engineering from the Univ. of Arizona, an MS in systems management from the Univ. of Southern Calif. and served as a senior fellow at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
VADM Rondeau retired in April 2012 after 38 years of active-duty service in the US Navy, where she most recently served as president of the National Defense University, and, previously as the deputy commander of the US Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base. She has served in leadership, staff and command assignments in a myriad of mission areas, from fleet operations and strategy and policy to training and education. She was selected as a White House Fellow, a Chief of Naval Operations Strategic Studies Group Fellow, and permanent member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She is a graduate of Eisenhower College, where she was selected by the Board of Trustees as "Most Distinguished Graduate" and received the Groben Award for Leadership.