Smith School of Business


Smith School of Business
Executive Director of the Public Executive Program

William (Bill) Richard is a former senior government executive (Brigadier General) in National Defence with extensive experience in strategic planning, leadership, information technology, program management, policy, and international affairs. He is an Adjunct Professor at Queen’s University in the School of Policy Studies and a Senior Fellow in the Queen’s Centre for International Relations. Prior to his recent retirement from the Canadian Forces, Mr. Richard was the Commander Canadian Defence Liaison Staff (London, England), responsible to the Chief of Defence Staff and the Canadian High Commissioner for bilateral Defence Relations with the United Kingdom. As a management consultant, he has recently completed projects in strategic planning and change management at Queen’s University, National Defence, and the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care.

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Education J.D. (Magna Cum Laude)/M.S.E.S., Indiana University, 1993 B.S., Natural Resources, University of Michigan, 1989 Courses V540 Law and Public Affairs V/S220 Law and Public Affairs V/A450 Law and the Arts Biography Andrea Need began serving as director of SPEA’s Undergraduate Academic ...
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