Kevin Drumm, PhD, is President Emeritus of SUNY Broome Community College in Binghamton, NY where he served for 14 years. Prior to leading SUNY Broome, he was president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District for 6 years where he led the creation of Wyoming’s first multi-college district with colleges in Sheridan and Gillette, Wyoming and a campus in Buffalo. SUNY’s 30 community colleges are primarily governed by 10 county and state locally appointed trustees. In Wyoming 6 trustees are elected locally.
Dr. Drumm has also served on multiple boards during his career, serving as chair of several including the New York Association of Community College Presidents (which includes CUNY) and being appointed by the Governor to chair the New York Regional Economic Development Council for the Southern Tier which includes 8 counties in south central Upstate New York. He also was appointed by the Governor to Wyoming’s statewide Workforce Investment Board.
He has served on various AACC committees including twice being elected to the Presidents Academy Executive Committee and serving on an AACC Commission as well as the 21st Century Plan Implementation Task Force for AACC. He is one of the founders of the National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship and was charter chairman of its 501(c)(3) board of directors. He also has served as Chair of the ACCT Presidents Advisory Committee.
Dr. Drumm holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Studies & Higher Education from NYU, a Bachelor’s in Education and a Master’s in Education Administration from Boston University, an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from NOVA Southeastern University in Florida, and an A.A. from Berkshire Community College in Massachusetts.