The Montgomery College Board of Trustees is responsible for establishing the strategic direction of the College and making decisions that have a far-reaching impact on the county as well as the local economy. Each of the 12 trustees lends his or her expertise, time and commitment without compensation.
In addition to being generous with their time and talents, the College’s trustees also give financially to the Montgomery College Foundation. Their contributions will ultimately benefit a vast array of students who seek to improve the quality of their lives through post-secondary education.
Every single trustee has given to the Montgomery College Foundation. Recently, two trustees have made generous donations that will touch dozens of students in the future.
Dr. Leslie Levine, and his wife, Dr. Marsha Levine, most recently created the Marsha and Leslie Levine ACES Scholarship. This is the third scholarship fund the couple established to ensure financial need does not prevent students from completing their academic programs. Their current gift of $25,000 and additional pledge of $25,000 have made even more scholarship support possible for the ACES program, a priority of President Pollard.
Michael D. Priddy and his wife, Shannon, recently pledged $60,000 to support the College’s health science programs and scholarships for credit and non-credit students. For the first year, the funds will be used to award scholarships to students in the certified nursing assistant program.
To date, the Montgomery College Foundation has raised $11.7 million toward its overall $30 million MC2020 Campaign goal. To make the gift of education today, visit https://appserv.montgomerycollege.edu/onlinegiving/.