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A career US Army officer with 23 years of commissioned service, Colonel Vince Lindenmeyer, Ph.D., NCC, graduated from the United States Military Academy Preparatory School in 1987 and the United States Military Academy in 1991 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Systems Engineering. Throughout his career, Colonel Lindenmeyer has served in the Infantry, Logistics and Strategist career fields at the platoon leader to combatant command levels. His military training, skills, badges, and awards include the Expert Infantryman's Badge, Ranger tab, senior parachutist badge, and the Bronze Star. Colonel Vince Lindenmeyer, Ph.D., is assigned as the senior Army Strategist and joint operational planner at the United States Strategic Command in Omaha, Nebraska.
Dr. Lindenmeyer's education includes a Master of Science (MS) in Logistics Management from the University of Central Texas, a Master of Education (M.Ed.) in College Development and Counseling from CW Post, Long Island University, a Masters of Strategic Studies (MSS) from the US Army War College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and a Ph.D. in Education with emphasis in Training, Development and Leadership (TDL) from Northcentral University in 2013. His dissertation is titled, "Examining the Relationships among Organizational Commitment, Career Intent and Retention Behavior in a Closed Personnel System."
Dr. Lindenmeyer's research interests include leadership development, talent management, communities of practice, creative and critical thinking, collaborative operations, reflective practice, experiential learning, and strategic art. In addition to his academic credentials, Dr. Lindenmeyer is a nationally certified counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors.
As an adjunct faculty member with UMUC-Europe in Egypt from 2004-5, Dr. Lindenmeyer taught numerous pre-Algebra, college Algebra, counseling and parenting seminars while serving as the Battalion Executive Officer in 1st Support Battalion, Multinational Force Observers, Sinai, Egypt. As an adjunct faculty member with the American Public University System (APUS) from 2008-11, Dr. Lindenmeyer taught various courses in leadership, strategic and military studies in the School of Management, APUS.
Vince Lindenmeyer is the son of Carl Lindenmeyer, MSIE, Professor Emeritus in Industrial Engineering at Clemson University and the grandson of Ray Lindenmeyer, EdD Professor Emeritus in Engineering Technology at Northwestern University. He would like to dedicate his teaching legacy to their memories.
Dr. Vince Lindenmeyer is married to the Reverend (Doctor) Cynthia Ramirez Lindenmeyer, currently serving as the Chaplain for APUS and Adjunct Instructor in the School of Arts and Humanities, APUS. They have two children and a dog.