Blue Bell/Pottstown, Pa.—Montgomery County Community College (MCCC) welcomes three new administrators to fill roles that are critical to the institution’s mission of promoting student access and success.
New hires include Sherry Phillips-Mayers, Philadelphia, director of records and registration/registrar; Angela Polec, Philadelphia, executive director of marketing and communications; and Joyce Wheatley, Pennsburg, director of student recruitment.
Sherry Phillips-Mayers has worked at MCCC since 2006 in a variety of enrollment service capacities. Most recently, she served as associate director of records and registration. In her new role as director of records and registration/registrar, she oversees student registration policies and procedures as well the management and integrity of the College’s academic records, among other responsibilities.
Phillips-Mayers holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Millersville University and a Master of Science degree in Education with a specialization in enrollment management from Capella University.
Angela Polec comes to MCCC from Temple University, where she served as the associate director of online marketing for advancement communications, and most recently as director of marketing for strategic marketing and communications. In her new role as executive director of marketing and communications, she leads MCCC’s branding, web and media strategies, among other responsibilities.
Polec holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing and a Master of Science degree in Marketing from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
Joyce Wheatley comes to MCCC from DeVry University, where she served as the campus dean in Chesapeake, Va. before becoming president of the institution’s Philadelphia metro area campuses and centers. In her new role as director of student recruitment, she is responsible for all aspects of MCCC’s admissions and recruiting efforts.
Wheatley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from University of Delaware and a Master of Arts degree in Education and Human Development from The George Washington University.