Tuesday Stanley, Ed. D., president
Westmoreland County Community College
Tuesday Stanley, Ed. D. was appointed the seventh president of Westmoreland County Community College by the college’s board of trustees April 23, 2014.
She began her tenure at Westmoreland July 1, succeeding Dr. Daniel J. Obara who retired.
Stanley came to Westmoreland from Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, Missouri where she served as vice chancellor of student development, enrollment management and administrative services.
Her accomplishments during her eight-year tenure at MCC include leading an enrollment services process review; a strategic enrollment management planning and implementation process focused on student success, recruitment, course schedule management and marketing; and an information center (call center) for students. She also led efforts to move the college toward a zero-based budgeting process, opened an on-site healthcare clinic for employees and worked with several shared governance groups to improve transparency and decision-making.
Prior to joining MCC, Stanley served for six years as the associate vice chancellor of marketing and enrollment management at San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas and as executive director of marketing and recruitment for three years at Raritan Valley Community College, (RVCC) in Branchburg, New Jersey.
In addition to her higher education administration experience, she has taught a college orientation course at MCC and marketing classes Raritan Valley Community College and served as a faculty member at the Snowmass Institute in the strategic enrollment management division.
Within her profession, she is a member of the American Association of Community Colleges and the American Association of Collegiate Registrars.
She holds a doctorate of higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania, a master’s degree in business administration from Lehigh University, and a bachelor’s degree in advertising and communications from Purdue. She earned certification from the Harvard Graduate School of Education IEM program and the BMA School of Bank Marketing.
She and her husband Royce are the parents of three children, Michael, Lauren and Christian.