State Board for Community Colleges
Nathaniel Bishop, Chair
Douglas M. Garcia, Vice Chair
Dr. Glenn DuBois, Secretary and VCCS Chancellor
Edward C. Dalrymple, Jr.
David E. Broder
Brenda Calderon, Ph.D
Darius A. Johnson
Richard S. Reynolds, III
Central Virginia Community College Board
Dr. John Walker, Chair - Amherst County
Ms. Bonnie Svrcek, Vice Chair - Lynchburg City
Dr. Mac Duis - Bedford County
Dr. Jeffrey S. Garrett - Appomattox County
Ms. Julie Harris - Campbell County
Mr. Jeffrey Krantz - Lynchburg City
Mr. Nathaniel Marshall - Lynchburg City
Ms. Tamara Rosser - Bedford County
Mr. Clayton Stanley - Campbell County
Mr. Joseph Tucker - Lynchburg City
President - Dr. John S. Capps
Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs - Dr. Muriel Mickles
Vice President of Financial and Administrative Services - Mr. Lewis Bryant, III
Vice President of Information Technology Services - Mr. David Lightfoot
Associate Vice President of Professional and Career Studies - Dr. Jason Ferguson
Associate Vice President of Arts and Sciences - Dr. Cynthia Wallin
Dean of Institutional Effectiveness and Strategic Planning - Dr. Kris Ogden
Dean of Enrollment Management - Dr. Michael Farris
Coordinator of Financial Aid - Mr. Ryan McNamara
Coordinator of Admissions and Records/College Registrar - Ms. Karen L. Alexander
Coordinator of Amherst Center - Mr. George Ferguson
Coordinator of Appomattox Center - Ms. Debbie Gilliam
Coordinator of Bedford Center - Mr. Patrick Gatti
Director of Library Services - Mr. Michael Fein
Board of The CVCC Educational Foundation, Inc.
Central Virginia Community College Educational Foundation, Inc. was established in 1981 and is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization founded to foster and promote the growth, progress and general welfare of Central Virginia Community College by raising funds, increasing visibility, and building community partnerships. The Educational Foundation supports the goals and mission of CVCC by providing funding assistance for student scholarships, for instructional equipment purchases, and for projects that allow the faculty and staff to create initiatives aimed toward improving student success and the advancement of the college. The foundation is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors comprised of community and business leaders from the localities served by the College. The current foundation officers and board members are:
Wiley V. (Bif) Johnson, III, President
Vivian S. Brown, Vice President
John S. Capps, Secretary (ex officio)
Lewis A. Bryant, III, Treasurer (ex officio)
Amy A. Gallagher
Gregory A Graham
Larry E. Jackson
Robert M. O’Brian, Jr.
L. Kimball Payne, III
Kathryn M. Pumphrey
Mitchell W. Reaves
Karen S. Simonton
Georgeann V. Snead
Marjette G. Upshur
John Watts, Jr.
Alumni & Friends Association
The Central Virginia Community College Alumni Association was founded in 1999 and its mission is to afford opportunities for CVCC Alumni to serve and be served by the college, and to strengthen the bonds of the alumni through interaction with and among other alumni.
CVCC’s almost 17,000 alumni are the most valuable resource the college has within the Central Virginia community. Alumni are lifelong supporters of the college through advocating for CVCC with high school students, businesses, and legislators; donating personal wealth; volunteering time and professional expertise to current students and other alumni; and supporting fundraising events that sustain the Alumni Scholarship Program, offered for the children of CVCC Alumni.
Governed by an elected board of alumni, the CVCC Alumni & Friends Association seeks to also give back to alumni. Through membership in the Alumni & Friends Association, alumni are afforded opportunities to gather at Alumni affairs, receive discounts from local businesses that support the Alumni & Friends Association mission, and take part in new opportunities that will be strictly for Alumni & Friends Association members.
Each year, a CVCC Outstanding Alumnus is chosen from among those nominated for the honor to serve as the key speaker for the annual Commencement Exercises. In order to participate in this process, go to www.centralvirginia.edu/alumni and complete the nomination form. The Alumni & Friends Association continues in its support of CVCC as the college changes and adapts with the times and yet maintains it purpose, integrity, and vision. Alumni are welcomed and invited to join the Association as well as update their information at www.centralvirginia.edu/alumni.