Current Board Members
Select a board member to read their personal profile.
The Board of Trustees meet regularly and meetings are open to the public.
Regular sessions are held on North East Campus and begin at 4:00 pm in Room 213 of the Engineering & Math Building unless otherwise noted.
|Thursday, May 30, 2019||North East Campus|
|Thursday, June 27, 2019||North East Campus|
The following are agendas for scheduled retreats:
Agendas and Minutes
Once approved by the board, summaries of meetings held will be made available to the public.
Sarah Colenda's Profile
Sarah W. Colenda graduated from Perryville High School and is a lifelong resident of Cecil County. She resides in Principio Furnace near Perryville, Maryland. Ms. Colenda is the executive director of the Principio Furnace Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization in Cecil County. She is a Maryland Farm Bureau member, vice president of the board of directors for the Lower Susquehanna Heritage Greenways, secretary of the Elkton YMCA, board member of the YMCA of the Chesapeake, vice president of the Chesapeake Heritage Conservancy, Inc. (Skipjack Martha Lewis), past president of the Rotary Club of North East, has served on the boards of Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna, Perryville Chamber of Commerce, Cecil County Chamber of Commerce and the Arc.
Ms. Colenda has worked with numerous other community groups including West Cecil Health Center, Harford and Cecil County Boys and Girls Club, Fair Hill International, Elk Creek Combine Driving and Fair Hill International Young Event Horse Championships, special events for Union Hospital, Boy Scouts Round Table, Cecil County Fair, and has served on the Cecil County Comprehensive Plan Review Committee.
Donna Horgan's Profile
Donna Horgan is a lifelong resident of Elkton who graduated from Elkton High School and attended Cecil College. Both of her daughters graduated from Cecil College as well. Donna has served the state of Maryland for over 40 years, 27 of them working for the Maryland Senate as the legislative assistant to the President of the Senate, Thomas V. “Mike” Miller, Jr. She is currently the reading clerk for the Senate.
Donna has served as president of the Maryland Association of Community Colleges (MACC, 2014-2016), and currently serves on MACC’s Legislative Committee. Horgan is the Maryland State Coordinator for the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT – a national association for community colleges), serving in that capacity for 11 years as well as being a former board member.
Donna is an established and successful realtor with Key Realty in Elkton, MD. She is a member of the Elkton United Methodist Church and a former member of their Board of Trustees.
Raymond Hamm's Profile
Raymond "Chick" Hamm is a life-long community banker with strong ties to Harford and Cecil Counties. Mr. Hamm is a Market Executive for PNC Bank with leadership responsibilities for commercial banking activity in the rural markets of Maryland, southern Delaware and the Virginia eastern shore. With 38 years of experience in the field, Mr. Hamm has held bank leadership positions with final levels of responsibility for strategic plan development, operating and capital budgets, regulatory compliance, asset quality assurance and strong financial performance.
Mr. Hamm completed undergraduate and graduate studies at Loyola College of Maryland, receiving a Masters Degree in Business Administration in 1983. An active community volunteer, he is a past member of the board of the John Carroll School, the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission and the Economic Development Commission for the State of Maryland.
Currently, Mr. Hamm serves as a board member for Habitat for Humanity Susquehanna, the Susquehanna Workforce Network, Cecil County Library Trust, and Affinity Health Alliance (Union Hospital) in Cecil County. He is the Treasurer of the Bainbridge Development Corporation was recently elected to the board of the Maryland Bankers Association.
Kathleen Kunda's Profile
Kathleen Kunda earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Wilmington University and served as a coordinator with Cecil County Public Schools for 14 years. In this role, she was the Business and Education Partnership Advisory Council coordinator as well as the Base Realignment and Closure liaison. Following her retirement from CCPS in 2012, she spent four years as a project coordinator at Cecil College working with STEM and Beyond Night events in Cecil and Harford counties as well as the college’s Career Blast program.
Ms. Kunda was on the board of directors of the Cecil College Foundation and has also been active in the community as a member of the Republican Central Committee, Women in Defense STEM Subcommittee, Boys and Girls Club of Cecil County board, Northeastern Maryland Technology Council Visionary Alumni Subcommittee, Susquehanna Workforce Network Youth Council, Elkton Alliance board, and Cecil County Chamber of Commerce Ambassador and Membership Committee.
Ms. Kunda was presented with the Athena Award, which honors women who demonstrate excellence, creativity and initiative in their profession along with community involvement and leadership. In addition, she has received an NMTC Visionary Award and Junior Achievement of Delaware Legacy Award and was selected as the Cecil County Chamber Member of the Year.
Mark Mortenson's Profile
Mark Mortenson is a graduate of Alfred University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics and a Bachelor of Science in ceramic engineering. He also holds a Master of Science degree in materials science from the Pennsylvania State University and a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University. Mr. Mortenson is a co-founder of Clene Nanomedicine, Inc (“Clene”) and currently holds the position of chief science officer. Clene is the first to discover that naturally occurring cellular metabolic pathways can be assisted by catalysis mechanisms driven by unique metallic nanocrystals.
Clene is currently pursuing a first-in-class remyelination cure for Multiple Sclerosis. Clene is also working on neuroprotection pathways to provide cures for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (i.e., Lou Gehrig’s disease) and Parkinson’s disease. He is the author of 15 publications and a named inventor on 27 issued US patents, with more than 50 patent pending applications.
Mr. Mortenson is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American Ceramic Society, American Chemical Society, American Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Delaware Valley Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association, Women in Defense (Mid Atlantic Chapter), and the Virginia Bar Association.
Mr. Mortenson transitioned to the Cecil College Board of Trustees in 2015 from the Cecil College Foundation, where he served since 2011.
Michael Scibinico's Profile
A native of Elkton, Maryland, Michael J. Scibinico II has been practicing law in Cecil County since 1989. He currently handles child welfare matters for the Cecil County Department of Social Services, including foster care cases, termination of parental rights, and adoptions.
Mr. Scibinico graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and a Juris Doctor degree in law. For the next 15 years, he held legal and managerial positions in the environmental and energy fields, first for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, and then with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General at the Department of Natural Resources in Annapolis, Maryland. During this time, he was appointed deputy director of the Maryland Environmental Service.
Prior to returning to Cecil County, his last state position was executive director for the Maryland Public Service Commission. Mr. Scibinico serves on the Cecil County Department of Aging Foundation board. His community involvement has also entailed being a member of the Union Hospital board and holding a variety of roles with the Rotary Club of Elkton.
Cydney Teal's Profile
Dr. Cydney Teal currently serves as the Primary Care Service Line Leader and Chair of Family Medicine at Christiana Care Health System. She also serves on the Government Advocacy Committee, Community Medicine, Christiana Care Health System as well as the Maryland Academy of Family Practice.
Dr. Teal is a Cecil County resident and is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, the American College of Physicians, and the American Association of Physician Leadership. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in rhetoric and communication studies from the University of Virginia and her Doctor of Medicine from the Medical College of Virginia School of Medicine.