Meet MCC's President
Stacy H. Young, Ph.D., joined Montcalm Community College on Jan. 1, 2020, as the college's sixth president and the first female to serve in the institution's top leadership position.
Dr. Young received her Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Manchester University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Bethel University. In addition, she is a graduate of Andrews University with a Ph.D. in Leadership with an emphasis in Higher Education Administration. Most of Dr. Young’s research throughout her Ph.D. program focused on community colleges.
Dr. Young has worked in both corporate America as an auditor and with small businesses as an accountant. This diverse background enabled her to teach a variety of Business and Accounting courses throughout her career.
Serving students in education for more than 23 years, Dr. Young has worked in a variety of roles including adjunct faculty, full-time faculty, chairperson, Dean and now president. She also serves as a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission. In addition to her formal roles, she enjoys speaking in the community and serving others. Dr. Young is dedicated to staying connected with MCC faculty and students by continuing to regularly teach.
Her hobbies include running and spending time with her family.