Boston University has announced that Kelly Nee, NPLI Cohort XIV, will be the new chief of its police department. She will be the first woman to hold the post. Nee is a 33-year veteran of the Boston Police Department, most recently as deputy superintendent of its Bureau of Intelligence and Analysis. She has been active crafting training and deployment plans for terror attacks and other major incidents.
In a news release, Boston University said that, “As BUPD chief, Nee will oversee almost 70 detectives, officers, and command, supervisory, and administrative staff, as well as the 127 professionals who are responsible for Medical Campus Public Safety and NEIDL security.”
Congratulations Kelly–this is a well-deserved step forward. We hope that the principles and practices of meta-leadership serve you well in your new role.