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Statement Regarding Asnuntuck Community College President’s Decision to Retire

Chairman Lewis J. Robinson, and Interim President, Philip E. Austin, released a statement regarding Asnuntuck Community College President Martha McLeod's decision to retire.

Chairman of the Board of Regents for Higher Education Lewis J. Robinson and Interim President Philip. E. Austin released the following joint statement regarding the decision of Asnuntuck Community College President Martha McLeod to retire later this year.

“Asnuntuck Community College — as well as the state of Connecticut — has been fortunate to benefit from Martha McLeod's inspiring leadership over the past 10 years. We commend her vision, commitment and passion on behalf of Asnuntuck’s students. In particular, President McLeod should be very proud that the three new manufacturing centers located at community colleges statewide were modeled after the highly successful Asnuntuck program which has placed 95 percent of its students in jobs within six months of program completion. President McLeod noted in her announcement that in the next phase of her life, she is looking forward to spending more time with family and friends, as well as continuing to serve her community. We wish her the very best and thank her for her service to our state, her students, and to Asnuntuck Community College.”


For more information, please contact:
Maribel La Luz
860-723-0617
laluzm@ct.edu