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Rex Holmlin, Ph.D., PE, PMP

Clinical Lecturer, MBA Capstone


Program: Online MBA

Clinical Lecturer
Ph.D., Engineering Management, George Washington University
MBA, Tulane University
MS, Organization Development, Tulane University
BS, Engineering, Tulane University
Area: Project Management
Expertise: Project team building, organization design, strategic planning

Rex Holmlin is a clinical lecturer at William & Mary’s Raymond A. Mason School of Business. As a registered professional engineer and Project Management Professional (PMP), he has more than 40 years of experience in project management. During his career he has been responsible for more than $1.3 billion of civil works, building, and military construction projects including the home of William & Mary’s School of Business, Alan B. Miller Hall.

A former Army Officer, Rex has 27 years of both active and reserve service as an engineer. Following Hurricane Andrew, he was brought back on active duty to serve as the project manager for debris removal in South Dade County. He was activated for disaster recovery operations three other times including Hurricane Marilyn in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Hurricane Georges in Puerto Rico, and in New York City following the attack on the World Trade Center. He is a graduate of the Army's Command and General Staff College and the Air War College.