Rebecca Gale-Gonzalez, Financial Aid Specialist was formerly Administrative Assistant to the Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement, providing support to the arm of the college that is engaged in strategic marketing, communications, including fund development through the Foundation for MCC and Grants Making. She holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership and Communications from Rochester College. Formerly she served as the Web Content and Marketing Manager in Marketing and Communications, Interim Site Director for MCC's Southern Lakes Branch Center and served in various capacities and departments over her 35 year career at MCC. Rebecca was instrumental in developing the MCC AAWCC Website and was part of the founding Scholarship Committee to establish and promote the first AAWCC scholarship and MCC's Most Influential Women of the Year Award. She chaired the first Marketing and Promotions committee and helped to establish the chapter's web presence. Before her role as president elect she served as the Recording Secretary. Rebecca is a community servant having been a Genesee County MSUE Master Gardener for 20 years and has served on several boards in the community including Friends of For-Mar, Friends of Mott Library, Edible Flint, and Keep Genesee County Beautiful. Rebecca coordinated efforts for MCC's Green Initiatives and Practicing Civility teams at MCC, and serves on the Campus Environment Centennial Committee. She is married to Joshua and has fur baby Willie who is every bit as demanding as a human child. Rebecca describes herself as a Servant Leader, making it her life's purpose to improve the lives of those around her and to be a part of the solution.
Angela Hood is the Executive Director of the Flint & Genesee Literacy Network. As a Flint native, Angela has a great passion for bettering our community and a keen understanding of the challenges faced by the greater Flint area. Angela is devoted to using her skills to address these challenges by significantly improving literacy rates throughout Genesee County. Angela is a proud product of the Flint Community School system and has been active in the community as a faith leader, serving youth and families in crisis for the last 22 years. Before joining the network, Angela served as the Vice President of Community Development for Metro Community Development. She has over 30 years of management experience, largely in the private sector. She holds an MBA and a BS in Accounting from Northwood University and an Associate in Accounting and Business Management from Mott Community College. Additionally, Angela serves as a local minister, Secretary of the Governance Board of the local Homeless Council supporting families and children with housing instabilities, the State of Michigan’s Childhood Lead Environmental Elimination Commission, the Hurley Health Advisory Council, the Flint Promise Steering Committee, and the Mott Community College’s Accounting and Business Program Advisory Board. She is currently a Ph.D. student at Michigan State University's School of Education.
Bermicia Parks (Flint), Director of Student Success & Accountability joined Mott Community College in 2008 and formerly served as Business Intelligence Systems Analyst fulfilling the data and reporting needs across the college. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Master of Science Information Systems Management , specializing in Quality Improvement. Prior to joining Mott, Bermicia worked for Electronic Data Systems, Automatic Data Processing, and Hewlett Packard holding various positions which allowed her to develop her skills in system development and support, product implementation, and optimizing busi! ness proc! esses with the focus to always improve the user's experience. She has served in various roles at the college as Systems Application Analyst and also worked in the Institutional Research Department. She currently serves as chair for the Employee Success Council and Treasurer for Mott's Chapter of American Association for Women in Community College (AAWCC). In her new role, Bermicia will lead four critical areas paramount to student success: (a) data analysis of enrollment and retention processes (b) student success services professional development (c) success coach supervision (d) student code of conduct.
Cameo Wallace (Flint) Support Specialist for the College Information Center, under the Institutional Advancement Office joined MCC in 2011 as an Accounting Clerk in the Bursar's Office. She serves in a fundraising capacity for both the MCC Making Strides Team to raise money for the American Cancer Society and the MCC Chapter of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC) to raise crucial dollars for the AAWCC Student Scholarship. Cameo has a Bachelors in Marketing and Business Administration from Baker College. She served as a Michigan Certified Credit Repair, Housing and Financial Literacy Counselor for over 7 years. She loves to bowl and spend time with her niece.