Monroe Community College Board of Trustees 

Barbara P. Lovenheim, Ph.D., chairperson, professor emerita, Monroe Community College (Retired)

Grace S. Tillinghast, vice chair, co-owner, The Battery

Abdullah Abdullah Alshalchi, student trustee

Michael G. Barker, supervisor, Town of Perinton

John L. Bartolotta, group manager/administrative vice president, M&T Bank (Retired) 

Dr. Joe Carbone, president, Monroe County Legislature

Carla M. Palumbo, president and chief executive officer, Legal Aid Society of Rochester

Ronald S. Ricotta, president and chief executive officer, Century Mold Company, Inc.

Kevin T. Stickles ʼ88, vice president, Human Resources, Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.

Allen K. Williams, former director, Special Projects and Education Initiatives, Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren

Honorary Trustees

Ilene L. Flaum

Howard Konar

Robert N. Latella, Esq.

Richard F. Mackey

Claire S. Montgomery

Nathan J. Robfogel, Esq.

Lois R. Tucker

Richard S. Warshof ʼ68 

Alice Holloway Young, Ed.D.

Officers of the College

Anne M. Kress, Ph.D., president

Andrea C. Wade, Ph.D., provost and vice president, Academic Services

Lloyd A. Holmes, Ph.D., vice president, Student Services

Todd M. Oldham, M.B.A., Ed.D., vice president, Economic and Workforce Development and Career Technical Education 

Hezekiah N. Simmons, MBA, chief financial officer and vice president, Administrative Services


Monroe Community College, through access to affordable academic programs, leads excellence and innovation in higher education, inspires diverse students to transform their lives and communities, drives regional economic development, and builds global engagement and understanding.


Monroe Community College prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, familial status, gender identity or expression, age, genetic information, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, domestic violence victim status, socioeconomic status, criminal conviction, or any other characteristic or status protected by state or federal laws or College policy in admissions, employment, and treatment of students and employees, or in any aspect of the business of the College. Inquiries regarding the application of Title IX and other laws, regulations and policies prohibiting discrimination may be directed to Kristin Lowe, Esq., Title IX coordinator, Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14623, 585.292.2108 or; or Melissa Fingar, Esq., assistant Title IX coordinator, Monroe Community College, 1000 East Henrietta Road, Rochester, NY 14623, 585.292.2117 or  


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