|Margaret Myers (2000-2017)
Mrs. Myers was elected to and served as President of the Caroline County Commissioners from 1990-1998. During her tenure in office she represented her county on the Maryland Association of Counties (MACO), serving for several years on the Executive Committee.
She was appointed to the Chesapeake College Board of Trustees in 2000 and is has completed two full terms. She was elected as trustee at large to the board of the Maryland Association of Community Colleges (MACC) in 2002 and is serving a second year as President of that organization. She is or has been actively involved on numerous boards including the Caroline County Human Services Council, Choptank Community Health System Board of Directors, and the St. Martin's Ministries Board of Directors. She is currently Vice President of the Interfaith Housing Development Corporation, treasurer of the Caroline County Friends of the Public Library and President of the University of Maryland Institute for Governmental Service Advisory Board.
She is a 1998 graduate of Shore Leadership. She earned a bachelor's degree from Purdue University with a major in Speech & Hearing Pathology and a minor in Speech and Drama.
|L. Nash McMahan (2010-2020)
Mr. McMahan is a third generation McMahan owner in the family business Tri Gas & Oil Co., Inc., a 50 year old petroleum/propane marketer headquartered in Federalsburg, Md. He currently is Past President of the Mid Atlantic Propane Gas Association, newly elected to the Mid Atlantic Petroleum Dealers Association Board of Directors, serves M&T Bank-Mid Atlantic on their Directors Advisory Council and is a Committee Chair for the Chesapeake College Foundation Board. He served on the Board of Directors for Caroline Chamber of Commerce, the Mid Shore Council on Family Violence and represented Caroline County on the Maryland Chamber of Commerce Board. Due to the nature of the business he frequents Annapolis during session and is involved with industry associations and serves on various committees. Mr. McMahan graduated from Towson State University in 1994 with a major in Economics. He and his wife Melanie are lifetime residents of Caroline County, attend Ames United Methodist Church, and reside in Williston with their son, Brennan, and daughter, Rilynn.
|Don W. Bradley (2002-2018), Chair
Appointed as a Trustee July 1, 2002, Mr. Bradley graduated with a B.A. in Political Science from Wake Forest University in 1973. Mr. Bradley has served as an elected local government official since 1977 and is the former mayor of Hurlock. He also serves as Chairman of the Maryland Advisory Council on Libraries, is a member of the Board of Directors of the FORVM for Rural Maryland, is Past President of the Maryland Municipal League, and is a member of the Class of 2000 of Leadership Maryland. Mr. Bradley has held economic development positions with Dorchester County and the State of Maryland and is a licensed real estate broker.
|Victoria Jackson-Stanley (2016-2019)
Victoria Jackson-Stanley was the first woman and first African-American elected Mayor of Cambridge in 2008. She was reelected to a second term in 2012.
A Cambridge native, she is the oldest of four children born to Betty L. Jackson and the late Frederick D. Jackson Jr. Ms. Jackson-Stanley is married to Jerome T. Stanley. They have one daughter (Ericca) and one grandchild (Jackson C. Stanley).
Ms. Jackson-Stanley, a 1971 graduate of Cambridge High School, earned a Bachelor’s of Social Work from Salisbury State College (now Salisbury University) and a Master’s of Social Work from Howard University. She is a Licensed Certified Social Worker-Clinical concentration (LCSW-C).
Recently retired, Ms. Jackson-Stanley spent her entire career working with various Departments of Social Services on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. A recent appointment to the Chesapeake College Board of Trustees, she is a Maryland Mayors Association Past President and current Maryland Democratic Party 1st Vice Chairperson. Among her many honors, she has earned multiple awards from the Dorchester County NAACP as well as being selected Cambridge Branch Rotary International Public Servant of the Year in 2009. She also claimed the 2015 William Donald Schaefer Award-Comptroller of Maryland.
Ms. Jackson-Stanley is an active member of Waugh Chapel United Methodist Church, where she serves as Sunday School Superintendent, Sunday school teacher, President of the Gospel choir, member of the Celebration choir, Communion Steward, and Missions Committee.
Robert S. Grace (2016-2021)
Bob Grace is President and COO of Dixon Valve & Coupling Company, a leading manufacturer and supplier of hose fittings and accessories headquartered in Chestertown, MD. Bob has 31 years of business experience and has spent 27 of those years at Dixon. He began his career at Dixon in 1989 holding various positions leading up to President and COO in 2010.
Bob is active in the community. He currently serves on the board for the Chesapeake College Foundation in Wye Mills, MD. Bob also volunteers as a character coach in Kent County’s Character Counts program—an educational program that teaches students the value of good character. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Business Management from Towson University, and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Baltimore.
Bob and his wife, Joy, reside in Chestertown. They have three children. In his free time, Bob enjoys golfing, boating, and spending time with his family.
|Brenda W. Shorter (2016-2020)
After retiring from teaching English at Kent County High School, Mrs. Brenda W. Shorter is still active in the Kent County Public School system. She currently serves as a mentor to new, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year teachers in both Kent County middle and high schools, she teaches students who are home or hospital bound, and works as an evaluator for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program held at Worton Elementary School during the summer. She is a member of the Kent County Retired School Personnel Association; and treasurer and member of the Administrative Council for her church, New Christian Chapel of Love in Worton.
Mrs. Shorter's education includes a Bachelor of Science degree in English from Elizabeth City State University in Elizabeth City, N.C. and credits towards Master’s degree work in English Literature from Washington College in Chestertown, and the University of Delaware. She resides in Chestertown with her husband, Bruce, and young adults, Tyra and Landon.
|Queen Anne's County
|Jennifer C. Doege (2009-2014) (Pending Governor's action)
Ms. Doege has served as parent coordinator for the Partners for Success, Family Support Resource Center for the Queen Anne's County Board of Education since 2004 and works as a part-time dental hygienist at Kent Island Dentistry. She is a member of the Queen Anne's County Council for Children and Youth. Mrs. Doege attended Salisbury University and received a BS in Dental Hygiene from the University of Maryland at Baltimore in 1984. She and her family currently reside in Stevensville.
|Christopher Garvey (2016-2017)
Christopher Garvey of Chester was appointed to the Board of Trustees in 2016. A Severna Park native, he is the President and CEO of Associated Builders and Contractors Chesapeake Shores Chapter in Annapolis. Mr. Garvey earned a bachelor’s degree in history and visual arts (double major) at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. A resident of Queen Anne’s County for 22 years, Mr. Garvey has served on the construction management advisory councils of both Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. He and his wife, Christine Garvey, have three children. Mr. Garvey coaches youth sports and is a board member for the ACE Mentor Program.
|M. Catherine Poe (2008-2018)
Ms. Poe has a had a long career of activism on the public stage as well as 33 years in education from teaching English at nearly every level, working in Head Start, being summer school principal, and even running public relations for the Lawrence, NY school district. Honored as New York's English Teacher of Excellence, Ms. Poe has always seen education as the lynchpin to not only an individual's success but to the success of a community as a whole. She has also been an editor of a weekly newspaper, a freelance writer, and a published poet. From growing up in California, to teaching in Montana and New York, to now living in Maryland, Ms. Poe has always involved herself in the community whether as part of the coalition to keep Easton Memorial Hospital in Easton to working to erect the Frederick Douglass statue. Now retired, Ms. Poe, with her daughter and son-in-law, restore historic homes, bringing them back to their former glory.
|Blenda Armistead (2011-2016), Vice-Chair
Dr. Armistead's career has focused on local government and higher education. She served as County Manager and Finance Officer for Talbot County for 17 years. Prior to her appointment as County Manager, she was the Assistant Dean for Administrative Affairs in the College of Business and Management at the University of Maryland, College Park. She also served the Virginia higher education system in several capacities at both the State Council of Higher Education and the Virginia Community College System. Dr. Armistead has been actively involved in the Talbot County community for many years and was named the Talbot County Chamber of Commerce Business Woman of the Year in 1994. After graduating from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts, in 1972 with a major in Economics, Mrs. Armistead earned an M.B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was a Morehead Fellow. She was awarded a W. K. Kellogg Fellowship to attend Florida State University, Tallahassee, and received a Ph.D. in Management and Higher Education from the institution in 1977.
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|Board of Trustees meeting dates: (Meetings begin at 4:00 p.m., unless indicated otherwise below and are held in the Board Room, Dorchester Building on the Wye Mills Campus)
|August 16, 2016 at 10 a.m. following the State of the College Address
September 22, 2016
October 27, 2016
December 1, 2016
January 26, 2017
February 23, 2017
March 23, 2017
April 27, 2017
June 8, 2017