Today (May 3rd) Tompkins Cortland Community announced during a press conference their new school president. Amy Kremenek, D.M. will be the fifth president of the school. She will begin on June 1st.
Over the last seven years Kremenek has served as the Vice President of Enrollment, Development, and Communications at Onondaga Community College in Syracuse, NY. For the previous four years she was the VP of Human Resources and External Relations at Onondaga, which is part of her nearly 20 years of experience in higher education.
“I am excited and honored to join the outstanding faculty and staff of Tompkins Cortland Community College and to serve as its next President,” said Kremenek. “The College has a rich history of excellence and entrepreneurship and its mission is tremendously important to the region. I look forward to working with the campus and the community to build on this tradition and to advance the mission in support of student success.”
Amy Kremenek was chosen after a national search that brought in four finalists back in February. The Tompkins Cortland Community College Board of Trustees ended up selecting Kremenek.
She now replaces Orinthia Montague, who was president for just over four years before leaving for a new position in the state of Tennessee last August.