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Roxbury Community 
College 




29*** Commencement 
4 June 2004 



12:00 



NOON 



Roxbury Community College 
Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 



The National Anthem 

Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn's early hght, 
What so proudly we hailed at the twilight's last gleaming? 
Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight' 
O'er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming. 
And the rockets red glare, the bombs bursting in air, 
Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there. 
Oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave 
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave? 
Francis Scott Key 

Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing 

Lift ev'ry voice and sing 

Till earth and heaven ring. 

Ring with the harmonies of Liberty; 

Let our rejoicing rise, High as the Ust'ning skies, 

Let it resound loud as the rolling sea. 

Sing a song frill of the faith that the dark past has taught us, 

Sing a song full of the hope that the present has brought us; 

Facing the rising sun of our new day begun 

Let us march on 'til victory is won. 



James Weldon Johnson 

1871 - 1938 



PROGRAM 

Prelude 

Processional 

The audience is requested to remain seated during the processional for students and faculty. 

Music provided by Dn John J. Weeks. 

Grafton Job Corps Color Guard will post the colors. 

Invocation 

Reverend Dn Michael Ellis 



National Anthem and Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing 

Doreen Murray 

Greetings from the President 

Dr Terrence A. Gomes. President 



Greetings from the Alumni 

Sonia Villaroel, Alumni President 



Student Address 

Heru Heq-m-Ta, Valedictorian 

Commencement Address 

Carole Copland Thomas 

Musical Selection 

Doreen Murray 

Conferring of Degrees and Certificates 
Authorization of the Board of Trustees 

Ruth Fitch, Vice Chair, Board of Trustees 
Dr. Terrence A. Gomes, President 

Introduction of Degree and Certificate Candidates 

Presided by Dr. Brenda Mercomes, VP of Academic Affairs 

Candidates for Associate of Arts degree introduced by Dr. Everest Onuoha, Dean 

Candidates for Associate of Science degree introduced by Chiso Okafor, Dean 

and Jose Alicea, Dean 

Candidates for Certificates with specification introduced by JoAnn Mulready-Shick, Dean 

Presentation of Degrees and Certificates to the Students 

Ruth Fitch, Vice Chair, Board of Trustees 

Dr. Terrence A. Gomes, President 

Presided by Dr. Brenda Mercomes, VP of Academic Affairs 

President's Charge to Graduating Class of 2004 

Dr. Terrence A. Gomes, President 

Benediction 

Reverend Dr. Michael Ellis 

Recessional 

The audience is requested to remain seated during the recessional and is invited immediately 
after the ceremony to a reception in the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Field House. 




Greetings from the President 



Today is a landmark in the chosen path 
for your hves. Beyond this landmark, or 
signpost, awaits a world around you that 
is real and not enclosed in a structured 
glass bubble. 

As cliche-ish as it is, however, this is not 
just the end, but the beginning of new 
opportunities, experiences, and growth. 
On the other side of the marker is a pristine 

world to explore, one of almost infinite size. There, possibilities are 

truly endless. 

I would like you to remember, today, not just this moment but the 
years that have lead to this moment. The days spent together in 
class, the smiles of friendships built, and the hard work and sacrifices 
endured. 

My message for the graduates today, is to grasp opportunities when 
they arise for therein Ues your friture and the fixture of our community. 

Congratulations to the Class of 2004. I wish each of you every 
success in the fiiture. 



Dr. Terrence A. Gomes 

President 

Roxbury Community College 




Commencement Speaker 
Carole Copland-Thomas 

Carole Copeland Thomas is the voice of personal 
empowerment. She is a keynote speaker, 
empowerment expert, diversity professional and 
leadership consultant in C. Thomas & Associates, 
a business she started in 1 987. Ms. Thomas served 
as an adjunct faculty member for Bentley College 
for a decade, and has spoken throughout the United 
States, England, Canada, and Australia. 

Carole is the publisher of the weekly electronic newsletter. Empowerment 
Today distributed to nearly 6000 subscribers throughout the world. 
Additionally Carole is the creator of several teleclass learning programs 
and the audio learning program, "Personal Empowerment: Wake Up The 
Possibilities In Your Life." Her new book, Personal Empowerment: 
How To Turbochaige Your Life On and OflF Your Job, was published in 2003 . 

Carole has been featured on ABC Radio, CBS-TV, and Fox News-TV. 
She has also been featured in Black Enterprise Magazine, The Boston Globe 
and The Boston Herald. Carole is a contributor to the USA Today Small 
Business Panel. 

For three years Carole's Personal Empowerment Tips were heard daily on 
Boston's WILD 1 090 AM Radio. Her one-hour call in radio talk show, 
"Focus On Empowermenf was heard every Friday morning on the station. 
Carole's syndicated radio tips were broadcast in 1 US cities in early 2003, 
and were sponsored by Marshalls, the nationwide off-price retail store. 

A native of Detroit, Michigan, Carole is an experienced entrepreneur with 
awards and achievements in sales, marketing, and management. After 
graduating with honors in 1 975 from Emory University in Atlanta, Carole 
developed a sales management career with Mary Kay Cosmetics, winning 
a pink car in 1980. She retumed to graduate school in 1983 (on a Martin 
Luther King, Jr. academic fellowship), and received her MBA degree 
fi"om Northeastem University in Boston. Continuing on a career path in 
bank marketing and later The Gillette Company, Carole transitioned into 
the human service industry and served as the branch sales manager of 
Exclusive Temporaries. She started her own firm in 1987. 

Carole's Personal Motto: 

Empowerment Begins When You Believe In Yourself 



Degrees in Course 

Degrees are presented in the following order 



ASSOCIATE OF ARTS 

Adedamola Oluyinka Adepoju 
Biological Science 

Olatokinbo Akinbolade 
Business Administration 

Ugbe Garbier Atem 
Liberal Arts 

Abeba S. Attles 
Business Administration 

Carlos A. Barreiro 
Pre-Engineering 

Eza Barros 

Pre-Nursing 

Marie D. Barten 
Pre-Nursing 

Andre Bellevue 
Pre-Engineering 

Ruth Bernard 

Business Administration 

Jessica I Blaisdell 
General Concentration 

Darryl D. Brown 
Liberal Arts 

Melaurie Sarah Brown 
General Concentration 

Francoise Buissereth 
Biological Science 

Kara Lynette Burge 
Pre-Nursing 

Audrey J. Burke 
Biological Science 

David Caesar 
Business Adminstration 

Desiree A. Castillo 
Business Administration 

Luis Castillo 

Business Administration 

Ann-Marie E. Cheek 
General Concentration 

Lemlem K. Demeke 
Biological Science 

Mohammad Aliou Diallo 
Mathematics 



Elmide Edouard 
Biological Science 

Gina Jean-Baptiste 
Pre-Nursing 

Olayinka Adenike Fabolude 
Business Adminstration 

Aissatou Fall 
Biological Sciences 

Junia S. Faulknor 
Liberal Arts 

Yessy Feliz 

Business Administration 

Ernestine R. Fenton 
Liberal Arts 

Abigail S. Forrester 
Social Science 

Sheldon J. Foster 
Pre-Engineering 

Lizette Goncalves 

Pre-Nursing 

Maria E. Gordon 
General Concentration 

Wavel Emelio Grant 
Business Administration 

Dorna A. Gray-Joseph 
General Concentration 

Sinbiat A. Hassan 
General Concentration 

Heru Setepenra Heq-m-Ta 
Social Science 

Olga S. Herasme 
Business Administration 

Richard Maurice Homer 
General Concentration 

Marie Yolene Hercule 
General Concentration 

Kimberly A Houston 
General Concentration 

Damilola M. Ipaye 
Pre-Nursing 

Yolene Milford Joachim 
General Concentration 

Jamie Joshi 
Biological Sciences 



Gabrielle Michelle Kemizan 
Liberal Arts 



Hilda E. Ramos 
Business Administration 



Martiza P. Laing 
Liberal Arts 



Nerissa Registe 
Business Administration 



Tahiba Juliet-Marie Lewis 
Biological Science 

Dulce N. Lopes 
Business Administration 

Linda Medina 
Business Administration 

Carmene Metellus 
Pre-Nursing 



Jeanine Rene 
Pre-Nursing 

Emmy S. Reyes 

Liberal Arts & International Business 

Ingrid S. Robinson 
Liberal Arts 

Daniel M Rocha 
General Concentration 



Alemtsehay W. Mezgebu 
Biological Sciences 



Virginia A. Rodriguez 
Pre Nursing 



Carmesuze Michaud 
General Concentration 



Anne Daphney Romain 
Business Administration 



Marcell P. Mitchell 
General Concentration 



Ginadelle Romain 
Pre-Nursing 



Noor Farah Mohamed 
General Concentration 



Lucresha N. Ross 
Business Administration 



Renee Lisa Napoleon 
Pre-Nursing 



Mireille Saint Louis 
Pre-Nursing 



Ndubuisi M. Nduaguba 
Pre-Engineering 

Jean Wadner Nerius 
General Concentration 

Banji O. Odusami 
Pre-Engineering 

Nneka C. Ogbo 
General Concentration 

Kate E. Okafor 
General Concentration 

Sarah N Otiono 
Pre-Nursing 

Katrina Philemond 
Pre-Nursing 

Ernest Philome 
Business Administration 

Tyrone Pope 
General Concentration 

Aishah S. Pouncie 
Social Science 

Marguerite Kinkoue Punfong 
Pre Nursing 



Alfaxad M Sanchez 
Business Administration 

Anthony G. Sanders 
Business Adminstration 

Antoinette Skeens 
Business Administration 

Yonas T. Tamene 
Pre-Nursing 

Mario G. Teran 
Business Administration 

Febe O. Terrero 
Biological Science 

Gillian Carla Thomas 
Social Science 

Nadie Trotman 
Business Adminstration 

Ijeoma Uchechukwu Uchendu 
Pre-Nursing 

Charlene Helena Watson 
Pre-Nursing 

Mussie R. Worede 
General Concentration 

Fikre Wube 
Biological Science 



ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE 



Daramis R. Abreu 
Biological Science 



Guillermina G. Contrera 
Early Childhood Education 



Clyde Altine Early 
Childhood Education 



Alma S. Cuffy-Edwards 
Computer Information Systems 



Ivette M. Arias 
Business Management 



Danielle Nadine Cunningham 
Business Management 



Rita Asiegbunam 
Nursing 



Dana Yvette Dauphin 
Nursing 



Ezzat M. Badr 

Computer Information Systems 

Micheka Barosy 

Early Childhood Education 

Elisangela T. Barros 
Accounting 

Pamela L. Berry 

Computer Information Systems 

Kinerol Billon 
Accounting 

Daniella Nicole Boucher 
Liberal Arts 

Janet L. Browder 

Early Childhood Education 

Jaquelyn A. Browder 

Office Administration Technology 

Nancy V. Brown 
Criminal Justice 

Rony Cajuste 
Accounting 

Elsis Cambara 
Nursing 

Eloi Charles 
Accounting 

Ingrid J. Christmas 
Business Management 

Lorna Patrica Clunie 
Nursing 

Jocelyn Tameaka Coburn 
Early Childhood Education 

Jannett Combita 
Accounting 

Isabel Compres 
Office Administration 



Ermite DeCopain 
Nursing 

Samantha C. Darroux 
Business Management 

Maria R. DaSilva 

Early Childhood Education 

Wendy A. Decastro 
Computer Information Systems- 
Microcomputer Applications 

Rosemarie DeLarosa 
Early Childhood Education 

Olivia R. DePina 
Nursing 

Kokou O. Dogbe 

Computer Information Systems 

Rona Durosca 
Social Science 

Nmemma C. Echebiri 
Nursing 

Olasumbo Fadiya 
Nursing 

Mona S. Farah 
Microcomputer Applications 

Michelle D. Eraser 
Nursing 

Ekouegan Foster Ekoue-Totou 
Accounting 

Marie Francois 
Nursing 

Yanick A. Francois 

Early Childhood Education 

Tegegnework G. Gashaw 
Computer Information Systems 



Vanessa Hilaire 

Early Childhood Education 



Joyce S. Marshall 
Office Administration 



Paul C. Igboenyesi 
Nursing 



Sonia Martinez 

Early Childhood Education 



Myriam Imogene 
Nursing 



Keisha E. Mateo 
Social Science 



Bemice U. Iwejuo 
Nursing 



Josephine I Mba 

Computer Information Systems 



Eulice E. James 
Nursing 



Amanda Lynn McCloy 
Nursing 



Andree Lourdes Jean Jacques 
Business Management 



Myrtho Mezil 
Business Management 



Nina A. Johnson 
Nursing 



Heman Jose Mosquera 
Computer Information Systems 



Wanda T. Johnson 
Criminal Justice 



Kitenge Patrick Muabilua 
Business Management 



Renee Joseph 

Early Childhood Education 



Maricell Navarro 
Office Administration 



Jamie P. Joshi 
Biological Science 



Dung Van Nguyen 
Accounting 



Mohamed Jakiety Kaba 
Accounting 



Han Thi Nguyen 
Accounting 



Claude M. Kabuya 
Accounting 



Henrietta N. Nlemadim-Chikwe 
Nursing 



Beda Kacou 

Computer Information Systems 



Rodney Noel 

Computer Information Systems 



Beaumont E. Karoline 
Early Childhood Education 



Josephine N. Nwosu 
Nursing 



Lidya Kebede 

Computer Information Systems 



Kate Okafor 
Nursing 



Alexander C. Lee 

Computer Information Systems 



Moira Elizabeth O'Malley 
Nursing 



Nordicka P. Lewis 
Criminal Justice 



Emmelyne Pasquis 
Nursing 



Keneisha Zhentong Li 
Computer Information Systems 



Thai Pham 
Pre-Engineering 



Luis E. Lloreda 

Computer Information Systems 



Daphnee Pierre 

Computer Information Systems 



Iliana Lorenzo 

Early Childhood Education 



Marta L. Polanco 
Criminal Justice 



Lynne M. Marks 
Office Administration 



Danielle Martin Saavedra 
Computer Information Systems 



Kelly Saint-Vil Angella I. Witter 

Business Management Nursing 

Kelby G. Salas Hirut Asseta Woldegiorgires 

Microcomputer Applications Computer Information Systems 

Andrew Sande Catherine Gyl Yee 

Social Science Office Administration 

Sarah R. Saunders 
Accounting 

Tiffany D. Sheffey 
Business Management 

Darlyne Similien 
Nursing 

Habtamu Sisay 

Computer Information Systems 

Joeatta K. Smith-Kwachuku 
Accounting 

Kim Opal Steward 

Early Childhood Education 

Abdoulaye Sylla 

Accounting & Computer Information 

Systems 

Kalda R. Thomas 
Criminal Justice 

Lisa Michele Thomas 
Nursing 

Gertrude E. Tompkins 
Criminal Justice 

Chukwama Sunny Uchendu 
Computer Information Systems 

Tova Lanita Upshaw 
Criminal Justice 

Kimberely Utley-Rivers 
Criminal Justice 

Lucie Valcimond 
Social Science 

Lisselott A. Valdez 
Accounting 

Kimberly O. Vassar 
Business Management 

Mylinh Le Vu 
Accounting 

Johngelyn Lyneria Washington 
Nursing 



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CERTIFICATES 



Martin H. Adolphe 
Mental Health Worker 

Festiis O. Alabi 
Mental Health 

Solon Anilus 
Practical Nursing 

Marie Augustine 
Practical Nursing 

Elizabeth Bangura 
Mental Health Worker 

Luiza F. Barros 

Office TechnologyWord Processing 

Kinerol Billon 
Accounting Certificate 

Irvin I. Brooms 
Paralegal Studies 

Ramona R. Brown 
Paralegal Studies 

Andrea Ceballos 
Medical Assistant 

Merlene Joyce Cameron 
Practical Nursing 

Patricia Delisca 
Mental Health Worker 

Olivia De Pina 
Practical Nursing 

Joyce Dwomah 
Practical Nursing 

Patience Emadegu 
Practical Nursing 



Omere Imuetinyan 
Practical Nursing 

Otaigbe Jonah 
Mental Health Worker 

Ibrahima Kamara 
Mental Health Worker 

Selami KasoUja 

Medical Office Administration 

Assistant 

Marie Mayan 
Practical Nursing 

Milagros V. Merigan 
Practical Nursing 

Milagros V. Merigan 
Practical Nursing 

Myseine Meronvil 

Medical Office Administration 

Assistant 

Maureen N. Nwaka 
Mental Health 

Mureen M. Nwaka-Akuezue 
Mental Health Worker 

Peace Ebere Osuagwu 
Practical Nursing 

Rachele G. Payas 
Mental Health Worker 

Daphnee Pierre 
Mental Health 

Valni I. Robinson 

Medical Office Administration 

Assistant 



Dawnette A Willie-Barrett 
Medical Office Administration 
Assistant 

Muna Abbas Yahye 

Medical Office Administration 

Assistant 

Crystal A. Zollarcoffer 
Medical Office Administration 
Assistant 



Clara Enoma 
Practical Nursing 



Toinette Ruiz 
Practical Nursing 



Abdul K. FoFanah 
Mental Health Worker 



Daniel Martin Saavedra 
Network Adminstration 



Marie S. Fofanah 
Mental Health 

Marie Gerta Fontin 
Practical Nursing 

Janet Freeman 
Mental Health 

Marlene L. Gilles 
Mental Health 

Sherron Monique Gordon 
Office Administration 



Jimmy D. Smith 
Computer Network 
Adminstration 

Kalda R. Thomas 
Paralegal Studies 

Gordon Tracia 
Mental Health 

Marie Vilain 
Practical Nursing 



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Scholarships, Awards, and Honors 

All American Scholar Award 

This award is made by the National Achievement Academy for excellence in scholastic 
achievement. Students must have a 3.5 grade point average and be accepted into the National 
Honor Society. Two percent of all students in higher education achieve this status. 
Anne Romain, Mussie Worede, Michael Giuliano, Yonas Tamene, Ralph Darius, Murielle 
Louis, Halimatou Mack, Diallo Mohammed 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc./Psi Omega Chapter Award 

This award is given to an outstanding multicultural female graduate who is transferring to a 
four-year institution. 
Ivette Arias 

Claudia J. Tucker Award 

This award is given annually to an outstanding Roxbury Community College transfer stu- 
dent in honor of the mother of Roxbury Community College's Professor Royal C. Tucker. 
Gabriel Ugbe 

Foster Furcolo Scholarship 

This scholarship honors former Governor Foster Furcolo, who played a major role in 
creating public community colleges in Massachusetts. Each community college, nominates 
one graduate whose grade point average is at least 3.5. The scholarship covers tuition and 
most fees at University of Massachusetts, Boston. 
Keisha Mateo 

Francina E. Copeland Gelzer Endowed Scholarship 

Given in the name of a lifelong resident of the greater Roxbury community with a strong 
commitment to education, this award is presented to a Roxbury Community College student 
on the basis of outstanding scholastic achievement. The recipient is an African- American 
graduate who has maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and who has been 
accepted into a four-year college degree program. 
Gertrude Thomkins 

James H. Caesar Endowed Scholarship 

In 1986, a Roxbury resident established this scholarship to honor the opportunities this 
country and community had given him. In selecting the recipient, preference is given to 
graduating students who have attended the Cooper Community Center of Roxbury or the 
Roxbury Boys and Girls Club. If this criterion does not apply, the scholarship may be 
awarded to a talented Roxbury Community College student from the Roxbury community. 
Melaurie Brown 

Letitia Garafalo Endowed Scholarship 

Established by a native of Quincy, Massachusetts, who used her knowledge of languages to 
live and work in communities around the world, this endowed memorial scholarship is 
presented to a Roxbury Community College graduate on the basis of academic merit and 
financial need. 
Charlene Watson 

Sapers Family Opportunity Awards 

This award is presented to no more than ten Roxbury Community College graduates who 
transfer to four-year colleges in pursuit of baccalaureate degrees. This special "50-50" 
award consists of both a scholarship and a low-interest loan. The award is made available 
through the generosity of the William R. Sapers family of Boston. 

Adedamola Adepoju, Ivette Arias, Abeba Attles, Carlos Barriero, Damiel Griffiths, Paul 
Igboenyesi, Andrew Sande, Mario Teran, Mohammad Diallo, Gillian Thomas 



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Therese Dutile Giles Award 

Given annually by the Giles family in memory of their mother, this award is presented to a 
student who, having mastered a new language in the English for Speakers of Other Languages 
Department, is now graduating with an associate degree and has provided service to the 
Roxbury Conmiunity College community. 
Elisangela Barros 

Boston Equal Rights League Book Award 

Made possible by Jacqueline Payne-Thompson, President of the Boston Equal Rights 
League and Mr. Fred Fairfield, this award is used towards book purchases. An award in 
the amount of $225 is made to a graduating student who has been accepted at a four-year 
institution and expects to pursue baccalaureate studies in the semester following graduation. 
Samrawit Hailemeskel 

Hiram Grand Lodge Scholarship 

Two $ 1 ,000 scholarships are awarded annually as a result of the generosity of Hiram 
Grand Lodge. Receipients must have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 
3.0 and have positively contributed to RCC and/or to the community inwhich they reside. 
Hern Heq-m-Ta , Anna Romain 

Dr. Mayra Carlo Scholarship 

This scholarship is in memory of Dr. Mayra Carlo, former RCC faculty member in the 
Science department. This $500 award is given to an outstanding female Hispanic graduate 
with a concentration in Biological Science. 
Daramis Abreu 



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Roxbury Community College 

Years of dreaming and planning came to life in 1 973, when Roxbury Commu- 
nity College opened its doors in the Grove Hall area of Roxbury. Despite 
less than perfect surroundings - its location was a former car dealership - 
Roxbury Community College's dedicated faculty, staff, and administration served 
the educational needs of four hundred students. The College's mission, as it is now, 
was to provide higher education to those Boston residents who found most other 
avenues to higher education closed. 

In 1975, growth was impetus for a move to 424 Dudley Street, a former nursing 
home. This move permitted the expansion and strengthening of academic programs 
and student services. The College continued to grow, which precipitated another 
move in 1982 to the former site of Boston State College on Huntington Avenue. As 
the college continued to shift its service base to meet an expanding enrollment, the 
goal to establish a permanent home for Roxbury Community College in the heart of 
the communities it serves, remained strong. 

With much anticipation, Roxbury Community College built its new home as the 
cornerstone of the Southwest Corridor in the Spring of 1978. This fifteen acre 
campus includes a state-of-the-art Media Arts Building, Academic Building, Ad- 
ministration Building, Student Center, and the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic 
Center. 

A global village, Roxbury Community College's multicultural and etihnically diverse 
student population has set it apart from other community colleges in the Common- 
wealth. Although most of our students are from Boston and surrounding communi- 
ties, many come from all comers of the world including: North America, Cenfral 
America, South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Europe, fritemational 
students also hail from Brazil, China, Trinidad, Peru, Barbados, Nigeria, Haiti, and 
Jamaica. 

With renewed commitment, Roxbury Community College continues its legacy of 
providing educational opportunities for all who enter its doors. 



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GOVERNING BOARDS AND OFFICERS 
OF 

ROXBURY 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE 



Board of Trustees 

Dr. Philip Clay, Chair 

Ruth Fitch, Esq., Vice Chair 

Ronald L. Walker III, Treasurer 

William J. Dorcena, Secretary 

Michelle Corton Brown 

MichaelJ. Hoyle, Ph.D. 

John R. Jenkins 

Gillian VanDelft 

Lyman Randolph 

Paul Igboenyesi, Student Trustee 



Commencement 
Committee 

Carol Bliss-Furr, co-chair 
Elizabeth Clark, co-chair 
Quint on Wilder 
Kenneth Hall 
Keith McDermott 
Justin Petty 
Steve Keys 
Richard Finnegan 



Senior Officers 

Dk Terrence a. Gomes 
President 

Dr. Brenda Mercomes 

Vice President Academic Affairs 

Mr Clifford Williams 

Vice President of Finance and 

Administration 



Marshals 

Chief CoUege Marshal 

Georgia Weetman 

College Marshals 

Veronica McCormick 
Mark Garth 



Mr Walter Geer 

Chief Technology Officer 



Roxbury Community College 
Foundation 

Robert A. Williams, President 

William R. Sapers, Vice President 

Sharif Abdal-Khallaq, Clerk 

Michael James, Treasurer 

Keith Castle 

Walter C Carrington 

Marcy Gefter-Lemberg 

Donna Harris-Lewis 

Judith L. Kahalas 

Richard M. Lee 

Sylvia A. McDowell 

Joan Resnikoff 

Thomas M. Simmons 

Robert Sperber 

Numotte Zama 



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