Nygreen Family Website

Ted Nygreen, Ph.D.
Bedford, NY 10549-4238

Mobile: 914-420-8802
Photo October 2021

Ted Nygreen is a retired corporate executive and information technology expert.

In 2015, Dr. Nygreen finally retired from his (encore) career as Dean of Technology at Westchester Community College. [The full name of the School was a mouthful: "Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering and Physical Sciences and Technologies."]

Previously, Ted's career was in business. From 1995 to 2007, he was General Manager and Chief Technology Officer for Radio Computing Services. Prior to RCS, Ted was Managing Director of the Alexander Consulting Group, Inc., an international management consulting firm, and before that Senior Vice President and a member of the Board of Anistics, Inc.

His career started at RCA and NBC, where he had several management positions. In his first job, he was awarded the RCA Laboratories Outstanding Achievement Award.

While at NBC, where he was the youngest vice president at the time, he taught computer science and telecommunications as an adjunct Assistant Professor at Baruch College.

Dr. Nygreen has been active in Westchester County, serving on the Boards of the American Red Cross, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Rotary District 7230, the Rotary Club of White Plains (Executive Director, Webmaster, President), the Bedford Democratic Committee, and the Town of Bedford Communications Advisory Committee. He also volunteers for other organizations including Bedford Riding Lanes Association (BRLA) and Bedford Loves Horses.

He supports FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and served as Judge Advisor for FIRST Robotics Competition regional events in New York state.

Ted was involved with many professional associations, and has published articles and spoken on a range of subjects from information technology to managing organizational change.

Ted has a Bachelor of Science degree from M.I.T., and a M.A. and Ph.D. from Princeton University. He lives in Bedford with his wife Dr. Nancy Nygreen. They have 3 grown children and 7 grandchildren.


Ted Nygreen resume - narrative profile [this page]

Rotary Service review - chronological summary

Life of Ted Nygreen - very short, humorous(?) life story

CV Publications/Speeches - articles and presentations up to 1994 (when I stopped recording)

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