ROI Influencers: Higher Education — County college presidents

    Anthony Iacono
    County College of Morris

    CCM’s state-of-the-art advanced manufacturing building — and its plans to bring college courses into the high schools — are just some of the reasons Iacono was named an Aspen Fellow.

    Frederick Keating
    Rowan College of South Jersey

    Keating helped oversee the merger of two county colleges (Gloucester and Cumberland), which has created one of the top two-year schools in the state — and an anchor for the region.

    Mark McCormick
    Middlesex County College

    Its new partnership with Rutgers Cancer Institute exemplifies with a community college can be. MCC also is a model in pushing forward (kids to four-year schools) and pulling up (working with high schools).

    Michael McDonough
    Raritan Valley Community College

    Raritan Valley has been ranked as the top community college in New Jersey by four different organizations. McDonough, in charge since 2014, gets a lot of that credit.