Brandon Brice named VP of Community Relations and College Advancement

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NORTH EAST, Md. – Following an extensive search, Cecil College is pleased to announce that Brandon Brice has been named Vice President of Community Relations and College Advancement. 

“Cecil College has an extensive history of providing educational opportunities that enrich our community and larger region, and the residents of Cecil County know who we are and the value we provide. The beauty of a community college is that we can empower students to own their futures while staying close to home and to also become an asset within their county and neighborhoods,” said Brice, who officially took the position on January 2.

As Vice President of Community Relations and College Advancement, Brice is responsible for fundraising as well as donor, community, and government relations to acquire and maintain essential resources that support Cecil College’s mission. He will be a member of Cecil College President Mary Way Bolt’s executive team, working collaboratively to support the College’s mission and long-term strategic goals. 

Brice comes to Cecil College from the United Way of Delaware, where he was Director of Philanthropy, economically supporting working families in Delaware. In this role, he created, led, and improved upon a comprehensive year-round fundraising campaign focused on a $2 million annual target. 

“At Cecil College, my steadfast focus will be advocating for and procuring the resources that drive student success. Through affordable, quality education, Cecil College plays a vital role in strengthening Cecil County and the region both economically and socially, and I am very excited to expand opportunities for our community,” said Brice. 

“Education is a win-win situation, and it’s an exciting time in Maryland’s history. With a new governor, our job as a Maryland community college is to create awareness and highlight all that we have to offer. We must showcase our programs and the importance of community colleges to the betterment of society through affordable tuition and increased access to higher education and workforce training,” said Brice. 

Before working with the United Way of Delaware, Brice was the Director of Workforce Exploration Programs for the Boy Scouts of America in Detroit. He developed a strategic plan to raise $100,000 for the Exploring Workforce program, STEM and Scout Reach programs.

In his new role, Brice will also oversee the Cecil College Foundation as well as the College’s marketing department and the Milburn Stone Theatre.

Brice earned a Bachelor in Business Administration from Howard University in Washington, D.C., and a Master of Science degree in International Affairs from Rutgers University in New Jersey.

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