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HCC Educational Foundation Announces New Board Members and Officers

June 14, 2012

(Columbia, MD) – Howard Community College Educational Foundation, Inc. (HCCEF) Executive Director Missy Mattey announces the addition of two new members to its board of directors: Alan Jefferson and Kevin Kelehan.

C. Alan Jefferson

Alan Jefferson has been involved in the banking business for over thirty years including sales, commercial lending, small business administration lending, private banking functions, consumer lending, retail management and operations. Alan is active in the community as a charter member and director of The Rotary Club of Columbia/Patuxent, Terrapin Club Agent for the University of Maryland College Park Foundation Terrapin Club and a Leadership Howard County graduate.

Kevin Kelehan

Kevin Kelehan has served on numerous community and quasi-government boards in Howard County, and state-wide, throughout his career as a real estate and general corporate attorney at Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett & Scherr, LLP. As part of his, and Carney Kelehan’s commitment to the community, he has served as a Howard County Housing Commissioner, serving as the Commission’s chair for over 6 years. He served as the Chair of the  Howard County Representative Payee Program Board (through the State Department of Social Services), had a long tenure, and twice chaired the board of directors of ReVisions, Inc., a community-based psycho-social rehabilitation program and currently sits on the Board, as Vice-Chair, of Voices for Children, Howard County’s Court-Appointed Special Advocates (“CASA”) program. Mr. Kelehan’s volunteer business activities include eight years as a Howard County Chamber of Commerce board member, and he currently sits as the General Counsel of the Columbia Festival of the Arts, and on the Board of Howard County Tourism and Promotion. He is a Leadership Howard County graduate, serving as its Distinguished Alumnus in 1999.

HCCEF officers for fiscal years 2012 and 2013:

Christopher Marasco, Howard Bank (Chairperson)

J. Eric Lewis, BB&T (Vice Chairperson)

Edward L. Waddell, Cardoni Waddell, LLC (Treasurer)

Craig D. Flury, The Flury Williams Group (Assistant Treasurer)

Kathleen Hetherington, Howard Community College (Secretary)

HCCEF board members (including new members):

Steven K. Breeden, Security Development Corporation

Mary E. Cannon, Allen & Shariff Corporation

Roberta Dillow, Board of Trustees Liaison

Michael Drummond, Harkins Builders

Del Karfonta, The Columbia Bank

Craig D. Flury, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, LLC

Kathleen Hetherington, Ed.D., Howard Community College

C. Alan Jefferson, Sandy Spring Bank

Miji Kim, Cosmopolitan Incorporated

Kevin Kelehan, Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett & Scherr, LLP. 

Kenneth Kolb, Riparius Construction

J. Eric Lewis, BB&T

Christopher Marasco, Howard Bank

Lisa Olivieri, Thomas & Libowitz, P.A.

Elizabeth Rendon, LG-TEK

Deborah Rivkin, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

Jahantab Siddiqui, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger’s Office

Judy Smith, ITT Exelis

Kenneth Solow, Pinnacle Advisory Group, Inc.

Darryl Stokes, Baltimore Gas and Electric

Todd Thompson, Lockheed Martin Corporation

Mary Beth Tung, Davis Agnor, Rapaport & Skalny, LLC.

Patricia Turner, Faculty Representative

Edward Waddell, Cardoni Waddell, LLC

Barbara Van Winkle, Nancy Adams Personnel

Missy Mattey is the Executive Director.

HCCEF, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation established in 1978 to raise funds to advance and support the programs, facilities and student opportunities at HCC.  For information on contributions or other donor opportunities, contact the HCC Educational Foundation, Inc. at 443-518-1970.

About HCC
Howard Community College (HCC) is a publicly funded two-year community college serving the educational needs of the citizens and employers in Howard County, Maryland since 1970. With its slogan, “You Can Get There from Here,” the college has forged a variety of partnerships to offer career and transfer programs to over 30,000 students annually at its main campus in Columbia, the Ecker Business Training Center, and Laurel College Center. Located midway between two major metropolitan areas, Washington DC and Baltimore, MD, Howard Community College is an affordable, community-based institution that has long been recognized for its ability to inspire learning, and the lifelong pursuit of personal and professional goals. Among its many awards is the prestigious U.S. Senate Productivity Award for organizational performance excellence.