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  • G.C., University at Albany-SUNY
  • M.S., Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, New York
  • MPA, City University of New York - John Jay College, New York

Bob Mcloughlin served as a solider in the U.S. Army, retiring at the rank of First Sergeant after 22 years of enlisted service. He served in the Army’s logistics field, where his experience ranged from laborer to multiple storage activities manager. His skill set focused on technology applications, and he ultimately became a subject matter expert on centralized digital accountability systems. As time progressed, Bob became involved in management operations and human resource actions often overseas in places such as Germany, Bosnia, Korea, Iraq, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia.

After serving in the military Bob continued his work in the public sector. He was employed as a Special Education Teacher, Technology Coordinator, and School Data Specialist for the New York City Department of Education. In this role he coordinated information for various assessments, was integral in school evaluations, developed, and delivered interdisciplinary computer instruction.

He currently serves the United States Military Academy at West Point as an instructional systems specialist-compliance officer focusing on strategic planning and assessment for the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. Other positions he has held at West Point include the Assistant Director of the West Point Writing Center and Systems Administrator for the Department of English and Philosophy.

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