American Association Of Community Colleges

Washington, DC   |  www.aacc.nche.edu

Mission

“Building a nation of learners by advancing America’s community colleges."

Notes from the nonprofit

Visit the AACC 21st-Century Center (http://www.aacc21stcenturycenter.org) to learn more about the AACC 21st-Century Initiative and the drive to transform community colleges to dramatically improve college completion.

Ruling year info

1951

Principal Officer

Dr. Walter G. Bumphus

Main address

One Dupont Cir NW Ste 700

Washington, DC 20036 USA

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EIN

53-0196569

NTEE code info

Professional Societies & Associations (B03)

IRS filing requirement

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Annual Convention

The annual convention, numerous related workshops and other AACC activities supporting AACC's mission of "Building a Nation of Learners by Advancing America's Community Colleges" offer a number of professional development opportunities to help CEO's and other professional staff enhance their leadership skills and develop a network on national and regional levels.

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Goal 1: Increase the Value of AACC Membership

Goal 2: Maximize Resources to Community Colleges

Goal 3: Position AACC as the Preeminent Source for Information Regarding Community Colleges

Goal 4: Define the Profession and Build Leadership Capacity to Ensure a Successful Future for Community Colleges

Facilitate the implementation of the 21st-Century Initiative across the nation’s community, junior, and technical colleges.

Provide advocacy (both legislative and communications), programming, and resources necessary to help colleges refocus the mission and redefine roles to meet 21st-century education and employment needs.

Deliver strategies, programming, and resources designed to actively help colleges increase certificates and degrees by 50% by 2020; reduce by half the number of unprepared students by 2020; and double the number of students who complete developmental education programs.

Support the development of policies and practices that promote rigor, transparency, and accountability for results in community colleges to improve outcomes nationwide.

Be a visionary organization that anticipates transformation in higher education, raises member understanding of the evolving landscape, and influences and leads change to benefit community colleges.

Develop and sustain AACC’s Leadership Suite to provide emerging and seasoned leaders with professional development and renewal opportunities.

Lead efforts to enhance the quality and grow the quantity of future leaders.

Provide professional development opportunities to help cultivate and inspire transformational leaders.

AACC represents more than 1,100 two-year, associate degree-granting institutions and almost 13 million students.

Financials

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American Association Of Community Colleges

Board of directors
as of 03/30/2022
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Board chair

Dr. Charlene Dukes

Prince George's Community College, MD

Carrie Billy

American Indian Higher Education Consortium, VA

Ronnie Booth

Tri-County Technical College, SC

Chris Bustamante

Rio Salado College, AZ

Mary Graham

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College

E. Ann McGee

Seminole State College of Florida

Eloy Oakley

Long Beach City College, CA

Daniel Phelan

Jackson College, MI

Mary Rittling

Davidson County Community College, NC

Cheryl Roberts

Shoreline Community College, WA

Carol Spalding

Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, NC

Lori Sundberg

Carl Sandburg College, IL

Christal Albrecht

Alvin Community College, TX

Leah Bornstein

Aims Community College, CO

Debra Derr

Mt. Hood Community College, OR

Anne Kress

Monroe Community College, NY

Mirta Martin

Fort Hays State University, KS

Annette Parker

South Central College, MN

Jackson Sasser

Santa Fe College, FL

Christine Sobek

Waubonsee Community College, IL

L. Marshall Washington

New River Community and Technical College, WV

Gregory Williams

Odessa College, TX

Ken Atwater

Hillsborough Community College, FL

Bryan Albrecht

Gateway Technical College, WI

Gregory Hamann

Linn-Benton Community College, OR

Natalie Harder

South Louisiana Community College

Alicia Harvey-Smith

River Valley Community College, NH

Stephen Head

Lone Star College, TX

Brenda Hellyer

San Jacinto College, TX

Sandra Kurtinitis

Community College of Baltimore County, MD

Doreen Larson

Edison Community College, OH

Jerry Weber

Community College of Lake County, IL

Board leadership practices

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  • Board composition
    Does the board ensure an inclusive board member recruitment process that results in diversity of thought and leadership? Yes
  • Board performance
    Has the board conducted a formal, written self-assessment of its performance within the past three years? Yes