Executive Board Committee Member
Stephen has a second-career “Pracademic,” where he serves as a facilitator for leadership sessions for police and public managers with Roger Williams University with the Justice System Training and Research Institute and the Leadership Institute. Since 2002, he has been a Contributing Faculty Member and Doctoral Mentor with the School of Public Policy and Administration at Walden University, teaching public management and criminal justice courses, and supervising doctoral dissertations.
He has developed curriculum and programs for undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level courses for Worcester State University, Anna Maria College, Roger Williams University and Nichols College. He has conducted Academic Program Reviews at various higher education institutions across the United States. Dr. Morreale has taught courses on Investigations, Intelligence, Law Enforcement, Leadership, Decision-making and Criminal Justice Policy, Law Enforcement, and Research Methods.
Dr. Morreale served in law enforcement for 34 years, having retired as Assistant Special Agent in Charge for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Investigations, Inspector General, leading investigations into research and grant fraud, Medicare and Medicaid Fraud, pharmaceutical and medical fraud.