Dr. Leslie Levine Serving as Newest Member on Montgomery College Board Maryland Governor O’Malley Appoints County Resident to Position
Dr. Leslie S. Levine is currently serving as the newest member on the Montgomery College Board of Trustees. Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley appointed Levine to the position in October. Dr. Levine has lived in Montgomery County for more than 35 years and has contributed to the growth and development of the county through his business and volunteer activities. He co-founded and served as CEO of a high-tech manufacturing company, Rockville-based Fusion Systems Corporation. He served on the County Economic Advisory Council for over a decade and was on the Board of the Montgomery County High Tech Council (now the Tech Council of Maryland).
Dr. Levine has served on the Board of Advisors of the Macklin Business Institute at Montgomery College since its inception in 1998. A graduate of Leadership Montgomery, he also served on the boards of Jewish Vocational Services, the Bethesda Jewish Congregation, the National Philharmonic and other public and private organizations. Dr. Levine holds a B.A. and a Ph.D. in physics from Columbia University and resides in Bethesda.
Members of the Board of Trustees exercise general oversight for the College and are empowered to establish policies for implementing the College’s mission. The board’s other responsibilities include setting the salaries and tenure requirements for the College president, faculty, and other employees of the College, as well as establishing entrance requirements, course offerings and tuition rates. Members serve six-year terms, with the exception of the student member, who serves for one year. For more information about the Montgomery College Board of Trustees, visit http://www.montgomerycollege.edu/exploremc/bot or contact the Board of Trustees Office at 240-567-5272.