Frederick Community College selects nine-member search committee to find college's next president
The Frederick News Post
October 20, 2011
Frederick Community College's Board of Trustees unanimously approved a nine-member presidential search committee that will choose the college's next leader after Carol Eaton left in July.
The committee was assembled through recommendations by the Board of Trustees and elections by the three college affinity groups, faculty association, administrative staff association and support personnel association.
It is made up of Dixie Miller, Board of Trustees chairwoman; Byron Grayson, trustee; Elizabeth Day, president of The Community Foundation of Frederick County; George Littrell III, vice president and financial adviser for Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC; Jeanni Winston-Muir, FCC Center for Student Engagement and Student Life director; Sharon Copley, risk management and public services office manager; Susan Hannon, social sciences professor; Aaron Clayton, English professor; and Bev Hendrix, director of FCC's Office of Diversity.