Northern Essex Community College (NECC) President Lane Glenn is June’s host of the Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce’s “Coffee with the CEO” program.
The chamber describes the monthly offering as “a vehicle for business professionals to become acquainted with local business leaders, hear about their journey to top-level management, inquire about paths to success and better understand the roadblocks typical in today’s business marketplace.”
“Coffee with the CEO” takes place Monday, June 6, from 8 to 9 a.m., at Northern Essex Community College, 100 Elliot St. It is open to Haverhill chamber members and their guests. A continental breakfast will be served. The June program will take place on June 6, 2016 at Northern Essex Community College, president’s conference room, 100 Elliot Street, Haverhill. Registration is required and the cost is $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Seats are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Glenn also serves as chairman of the Massachusetts Council of Community College Presidents. Prior to his appointment as college president, he served as vice president of Academic Affairs at NECC. He has expanded the college’s relationships with local high schools and vocational-technical schools, and partnered with local employers to develop programs that deliver the skills most needed in the job market. Glenn helped develop the college’s new Associate of Science degree in Lab Science in partnership with 10 local life science companies, and created an Early College Program at Amesbury High School which has been called a national model.
Before he joined the Northern Essex staff he served as dean of Academic and Student Services at Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, Mich., and on the faculty at Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michn. He has a background in education and the performing arts, including more than 20 years of teaching and administration, alongside work as a writer, an actor and a director for the stage, television, and films. He earned a Ph.D. from Michigan State University, master’s from Oklahoma State University and bachelor’s from Northeastern State University.
For more information, assistance with registration or questions, contact Melissa Seavey at (978) 373-5663 or [email protected].