[photo, Gordon F. May, President, Baltimore City Community College] GORDON F. MAY, Ph.D.
President, 2014-18

President, Baltimore City Community College, from September 2, 2014 to June 30, 2018. Retired June 30, 2018.

Director, Pontiac Center, Oakland Community College, Pontiac, Michigan, 1987-97 (government relations liaison, 1996-98). Interim President, Auburn Hills Campus, Oakland Community College, Auburn Hills, Michigan, 1998-99, 2013. Executive Director, Royal Oak and Southfield Campuses, 2000-02, and President, Highland Lakes Campus, 2002-13, Oakland Community College, Waterford, Michigan.

Indiana University, B.S. (business management); Wayne State University, M.Ed., Ph.D. (educational leadership & policy studies). Partnership of the Year Award, Pontiac Schools Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Council, 1999. Outstanding Citizen Award, North Oakland Creative Arts Center, 2001. Educator of the Year Award, National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Club of Pontiac, 2006. Married; two children.

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