Sam Lombardo is a retired Army military police officer with an extensive background in education, training, and leadership. Since 2012, Sam has served as instructional coordinator and adjunct faculty for the MACEM’s emergency management program. Before arriving at FCC, Sam spent eleven years studying emergency management and managing the infrastructure protection and resilience program for the National Emergency Training Center (NETC) at Emmitsburg, MD. Prior to NETC, Sam was an assistant professor for the United States Military Academy. Sam holds a Master of Education from Wayne State University, a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and English education from Seton Hall University. He has also earned professional certificates in Educational Leadership, Administration, and Supervision from Montclair State University.