Office of the President

Dr. Ann Rondeau named President of College of DuPage

Dr. Ann Rondeau

Dr. Ann Rondeau

Dr. Ann Rondeau was appointed by the College of DuPage Board of Trustees to serve as the College’s sixth president starting July 1, 2016. She is a past president of the National Defense University, a consortium of five colleges and nine research centers in Washington, DC. Dr. Rondeau retired from the U.S. Navy as a three-star admiral in 2012. She is the second woman to have achieved this rank. She then served as a partner and later an independent consultant with the IBM Watson Group. Dr. Rondeau has extensive leadership experience in significant military and educational roles, including Deputy Commander of the U.S. Transportation Command in Illinois, Pentagon Director/Chief of Staff for the U.S. Navy Staff, Commander of the Navy Personnel Development Command in Virginia, Commander of the Naval Service Training Command at Great Lakes, Ill., Pacific Fleet Staff Chief of Staff in Hawaii, Commanding Officer of Naval Support Activity in Tennessee and other staff and commanding responsibilities with policy, support and student service. Dr. Rondeau holds a B.A. from Eisenhower College (NY), an M.A. from Georgetown University (DC) and an Ed.D. from the College of Education at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb. Dr. Rondeau holds an honorary Doctorate in Public Service from Carthage College (Kenosha, WI).

 

Contact Information

Office of the President
College of DuPage
425 Fawell Boulevard
Glen Ellyn IL 60137

 



 

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Meet Dr. Rondeau

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Meet and Learn About Dr. Rondeau

Dr. Rondeau shares her experiences and vision for College of DuPage.