Albert Repicci was born in Batavia, NY and was previously in private practice as an orthodontist in Greenwich, CT. Following his graduation from the University of Pennsylvania, School Of Dental Medicine, Repicci served for three years at the US Army Hospital in Nurnberg, Germany before returning to his Alma Mater to join the faculty. He completed his orthodontic specialty studies at Columbia University and subsequently undertook short term mission projects as a dental surgeon serving on over twenty -five foreign projects in the mountains, remote villages, and jungles of thirteen countries in Asia, South and Central America and Africa. His work in Cambodia as a clinician and founder of the “Stop the Tears Foundation,” led to an assignment as a special correspondent to the Greenwich Times covering the Khmer Rouge genocide trial of Comrade Duch, the perpetrator of the killing fields. Repicci’s other publications include Nantucket Musings, a book of photography and verse,” Bringing Satch Home”, a baseball memoir, and the two act play, “A Question of Honor”. Repicci has also been a frequent Op Ed contributor to the Greenwich Times, as well as being involved in the theater as an associate producer on several New York stage productions.