Emile Anderson

Community College System of New Hampshire
Adjunct Professor of Math

Emile Anderson is a MITRE Systems Engineer. In his current assignment, Emile serves within the USAF at AFLCMC Hanscom AFB in Massachusetts. Prior to joining MITRE, Emile worked with Raytheon IDS as a Sr Engineering Manager and Systems Architect for various Missile Defense programs including PATRIOT and THAAD including a tour at Missile Defense (MDA) National Team. Prior, he served as a Nuclear Submarine Officer in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, retiring from active duty in 2002.

Emile received a dual bachelor’s degree in Chemical and Electrical Systems Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute at Troy, NY. He received a dual master’s degree in Education Curriculum Design and Administration from Chapman College, Orange CA. He completed his Graduate Studies (CAGS) in Educational Leadership from Rivier University. He is currently an adjunct professor in Math/Physics/Industrial Engineering at NHTI Concord Community College.

Emile lives in Nashua, NH with his wife Mary Ann and 3 children. He is an active member of Knights of Columbus and various veteran organizations including American Legion, VFW and DAV.

Emile has been affiliated with NH/VT/ME Red Cross as a Board of Trustee member and Blood Drive coordinator.