Meet our leadership teamThe CCBC community is defined by a can-do spirit that cultivates opportunity, nurtures aspirations and celebrates accomplishments.
Governed by a Board of Trustees and CCBC President Sandra Kurtinitis, five vice presidents provide leadership over the college’s five administrative units – Administrative Services, Enrollment and Student Services, Instruction, External Outreach Initiatives and Institutional Advancement — ensuring that CCBC is actively supporting faculty, staff and the surrounding community.
As president of the Community College of Baltimore County, Dr. Sandra L. Kurtinitis leads the largest provider of higher education in the Baltimore region. An experienced and respected educator, administrator and author, she has been a community college professional for more than 50 years. Dr. Kurtinitis is resolutely committed to inclusive leadership and open communication, affirming her belief that the classroom is a far more important place on campus than the executive office.
Melissa HoppVice President of Administrative Services
Responsible for: Finance, Purchasing, Facilities Management, Capital Construction, Human Resources, Information Technology, Instructional Technology, Research and Planning, Budget Management, Contract Oversight, Public Safety, AA/EOC Institutional Equity, Campus Directors
Dr. Richard LilleyVice President of Enrollment and Student Services
Responsible for: Academic Advisement, Admissions, Assessment, Athletics, Call Center, Career Services, Counseling, Closing the Gap, Disability Support Services, Enrollment Services Center, Financial Aid, International Student Services, Student Conduct, Multicultural Centers, Orientation Programs, Outreach Communications, Phi Theta Kappa, Recruitment and Retention, Registrar's Office, Student Life, Upward Bound, Veterans Services
Dr. Joaquin G. MartinezProvost and Vice President of Instruction
Responsible for: All credit and non-credit instruction, including CCBC Schools, Extension Centers, Tutoring Centers, Developmental Education, Distance Learning, Technical Preparation, Honors Programming, Curriculum and Assessment, Program Development and Review, Library, Learning Communities, Alternative Instructional Venues, Work Force Development, ABE/GED/ESL, Enrichment Programming, Faculty Development
Michael NetzerInterim Vice President of External Outreach Initiatives
Responsible for: Administration of instructional external outreach initiatives; providing leadership in the development, implementation and management of continuing education and contract training, expansion of CCBC Online, Veteran's Outreach, and the review, strategic and operational planning and resource allocation. Lead and participate in strategic discussions related to integration of credit/non-credit services and supports in areas where such integration is practical. Collaborate with other members of senior management, deans of instruction and student development to establish comprehensive academic and student development programs to support students assisted by these initiatives.
Kenneth WestaryVice President of Institutional Advancement
Responsible for: Alumni, College Communications, Foundation, Government Relations, Grants, Major Gifts, Planned Giving