Dale W. Meyerrose
Major General, USAF (retired)-Visiting Associate Professor
Meyerrose is president of the MeyerRose Group, LLC, a company that consults with a wide range of business, government, and academic organizations on strategy, business planning, telemedicine and information technologies, cybersecurity, and executive development issues. He is president and chairman of the board for the Air Force Historical Foundation, trustee for the Falcon Foundation, and sits on multiple corporate boards of directors. Meyerrose is an internationally respected subject matter expert on leadership, strategic planning, cybersecurity, telemedicine technology, and intelligence and military matters. He has almost four decades of business, military, U.S. government, and academic experience. He has been frequently quoted in news and trade publications and routinely appeared on internationally and nationally aired programs, including Fox News, CNN, Bloomberg International, MSNBC, and WTOP Federal News Radio. He is a much sought-after speaker and panelist at international and national policy and technical conferences. Meyerrose was the first President-appointed, Senate-confirmed chief information officer for the U.S. Intelligence Community.
Meyerrose retired from the United States Air Force in 2005 with the rank of major general. He is a decorated Southwest Asia veteran who was the chief information officer for three major U.S. Air Force commands and three U.S. joint combatant commands. His last military assignment was the Chief Information Officer for both North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. Among Mr. Meyerrose’s many professional awards are the International AFCEAN of the Year, the Executive CIO Top 10 Leaders and Innovators Public Service Award for excellence in public leadership, Computer World Fed 100, and twenty-seven military and Intelligence Community awards, decorations, and campaign medals for periods of meritorious performance during various military and U.S. Government assignments--to include Southwest Asia service. He was also recognized by the Government Computer News for Outstanding Information Technology Achievement in Government and inducted into the U.S. Air Force Cyberspace Hall of Fame.Meyerrose graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy with a bachelor of science degree in Economics and from the University of Utah with a master of Business Administration degree. Meyerrose earned a doctor of professional studies in Information Management from the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University. He graduated from the National War College and attended senior executive programs at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, the University of California at Berkley Haas School of Business, University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, the National Defense University in Washington, DC, and the Air University in Montgomery, Alabama.Meyerrose is a visiting associate professor at the School of Information Studies, Syracuse University.
professionalleadership, strategic planning, cyber, information technology, security, intelligence, and military matters.
researchAd hoc network technology; telemedicine; treating chronic conditions in military populations; cybersecurity
teachingLeadership; change leadership; cybersecurity
|Fall 2013||IST700||M800||Leading and Securing Cyber Org|
|Fall 2012||IST700||M800||Leading and Securing Cyber Org|
|Fall 2012||IST700||M030||Leading and Securing Cyber Org|
|Fall 2011||IST700||M800||Leading and Securing Cyber Org|
|Spring 2010||IST700||M004||Leading and Securing Cyber Org|