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Campus Directory

Campus Directory

Loni Nadeau

Loni Nadeau

Adjunct Faculty; UMPI/UMFK Education Support Professional

  • Education

    B.S., University of Maine Fort Kent, 2011
    Graduate Certificate, University of Farmington, 2015
    M.S. Ed., University of Farmington, 2018
Kristy Nadeau

Kristy Nadeau

Adjunct Faculty, Lecturer I

  • Education

    B.S.W., UMaine, 2004
    M.S.W., University of New England, 2005
Nancy  Nichols

Nancy Nichols

Administrative Specialist

  • Education

    A.S., Thomas College, 1980
Reed E Nonken

Reed E Nonken (He/Him/His)

Assistant Professor of Project and Supply Chain Management

  • Education

    B.S., University of Connecticut, 1998
    M.A., North Carolina State University, 2007
    M.B.A., Husson, 2017
    M.S.C.J.A., Husson, 2018
  • Bio

    Mr. Nonken has been teaching within the business and criminal justice fields for over a decade, capitalizing on his experiences of over 15 years of leadership in a variety of multinational companies ranging in the areas of aerospace, animal, and human health, to retail and manufacturing. He has held multiple senior management positions in the areas of information technology (in both the biotech and retail industries), manufacturing and supply chain management (biotech, aerospace, and others) as well as operating his own consulting business.

    Mr. Nonken has three master’s degrees, receiving his Master of Business Administration and Master of Criminal Justice Administration from Husson University, and his Master of Ethics from North Carolina State University.

    In addition, Mr. Nonken has maintained his law enforcement officer certificate (including advanced standings) with the state of Maine and has served in a variety of communities in Maine for over 20 years as an officer and certified instructor for the academy. Mr. Nonken has lived in northern Maine for over 20 years with his family and will begin his PhD in Education program in the fall of 2022.

  • Areas of Expertise

    Management, Organization, Leadership Operations Process Improvement Criminal Justice

  • Community Involvement

    • Maine Criminal Justice Academy Instructor
    • Advisory Board Member – Presque Isle Regional Technology Center
    • Former Board Member – Hope and Justice Project
Malissa Norfolk

Malissa Norfolk

Adjunct Instructor - Hematology/Coagulation

  • Education

    B.S. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Medical Laboratory Science – Clinical, 2010
    M.B.A. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Business Administration, 2018
    Online Teaching Certificate, Online Learning Consortium, 2020
Heather Nunez-Olmstead

Heather Nunez-Olmstead

Senior Instructional Designer

  • Education

    B.A.A.E., University of Maine at Presque Isle, 2009
    M.S.Ed., University of New England, 2016