Reverend Cordell E. Hunter, Sr., chair of the Board of Trustees of Harford Community College, announced that Dr. Dianna G. Phillips has resigned as president of Harford Community College, effective February 10, 2020. The Board has named Dr. Jacqueline Jackson as interim president while a national search is conducted to identify the next president of the College. Dr. Jackson has served as HCC’s Vice President for Student Affairs and Institutional Effectiveness since 2017; this role will now be filled on an interim basis by Jennie Towner, Associate Vice President for Student Development.

“The Board sincerely thanks Dr. Phillips for her contributions to the College over the past three and a half years,” says Reverend Hunter. “During her tenure, Dr. Phillips facilitated an inclusive strategic planning process, strengthened the College’s partnership with Harford County Public Schools, and fostered an optimal learning experience for students. We wish Dr. Phillips well in her future endeavors.”

Reverend Hunter adds, “The work of the College will continue, uninterrupted, using our strategic plan as a roadmap. We have the utmost confidence in the faculty, staff, and administrators of HCC, and will continue to support them as they work to secure the best possible future for our students, the College, and all of Harford County.”

About Harford Community College

Harford Community College offers more than 80 affordable degree and certificate programs of study as well as a variety of noncredit community education and workforce development courses. Located on 352 acres near Bel Air, Maryland, Harford Community College has been helping Harford Countians achieve their goals since 1957.