COL (USA, Ret.) - International Defense Acquisition Resource Management Program

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Faculty


IDARM program offerings are developed and taught by faculty of the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) located in Monterey, California. NPS faculty are also supported by subject matter experts from other graduate-level institutions. As a fully accredited graduate institution, the Naval Postgraduate School attracts faculty with the broad range of educational backgrounds, professional experience and research interests required to respond to the diverse and changing defense acquisition management education challenges associated with the international security environment.

A representative listing of current faculty members supporting the IDARM mission are as follows:

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Kathleen Peggar
Lecturer
IDARM Program Manager
klpeggar@nps.edu
831 402 0903

William Chadwick
Lecturer
IDARM Adjunct Faculty
wichadwi@nps.edu
707 225 4783

Magdi Kamel
IDARM Guest Lecturer
Associate Professor, Graduate School of Operations and Information Sciences, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
mnkamel@nps.edu
831 656 2494

Kelley Poree
IDARM Guest Lecturer
Lecturer, Graduate School of Defense Management, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
kelley.poree@nps.edu

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Brooke Love Adame
Associate
IDARM Regional Program Lead- SOUTHCOM/NORTHCOM
badame@nps.edu
831 656 2415

Gary Serfoss
Senior Lecturer
IDARM Adjunct Faculty
glserfos@nps.edu
719 487 9122

Raymond Jones
IDARM Guest Lecturer
Professor of Practice, Graduate School ofDefense Management, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School
rdjone1@nps.edu
831 656 3960

Tom Herway
Lecturer
IDARM Adjunct Faculty
loren.herway@nps.edu

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Jordan Chroman
Senior Lecturer
IDARM Adjunct Faculty
jordan.chroman@nps.edu
COL (USA, Ret.) Jordan Chroman, OBE, recently completed a 29-year, Regular Army career and currently serves as a Senior Lecturer in the IDARM Program within the Institute of Security Governance, Defense Security Cooperation Agency. His defense experience spanned considerable time with storied tactical formations such as the 82nd Airborne Division, Special Forces, the 101st Airborne Division, and a number of other airborne and rapidly deployable units.  He also served in Operational and Strategic postings including service as an Operations Officer with British Forces and tours as a Congressional Legislative Liaison on Capitol Hill and in the Pentagon in the Office of the Secretary of Defense.  He worked in and out of the Logistics field for nearly three decades and commanded troops from the Company to Brigade level. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Logistics Management from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Master of Science Degree in National Security and Strategic Studies, from the National War College. He is currently pursuing a Doctoral Degree at the University of Southern California in Organizational Change and Leadership.