Retired Lieutenant General William James Lennox Jr.
Lieutenant General William James Lennox Jr. Ph.D. was the 56th Superintendent of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York where he served from 2001 to 2006. Dr. Lennox served in the United States military for 35 years, earning the rank of Lieutenant General. Dr. Lennox has received multiple awards for his exceptional service in the United States military, including the Defense and Army Distinguished Service Medals.
After his nearly four decades of service, Dr. Lennox joined the Goodrich Corporation as senior vice president and went on to join the board of directors for both Princeton Power Systems and Universal Technical Institute.
In 2015, Dr. Lennox became the ninth President of Saint Leo University in St. Leo, Florida, until his retirement in 2018.
Currently Dr. Lennox works with a number of organizations that serve active-duty military personnel, veterans, and educational institutions, including Heroes’ Mile, a veterans’ addiction recovery center where veterans take care of veterans.