MMATYC is an organization of mathematics instructors from across the state of Maryland.

Our purpose is to

  1. Encourage an active interest in mathematics and its teaching and to work towards the improvement of mathematics education.
  2. Provide a medium of exchange of views and information about mathematics and the teaching of mathematics on the two-year college level.
  3. Provide a voice and means of influencing the mathematics curriculum in the two-year college.
  4. Enhance the prestige of the profession of mathematics teaching.

MMATYC Executive Board

President

Michael Long
Howard Community College

Secretary

Christine Mirbaha
CCBC

Treasurer

Thomas Crawford
Hagerstown Community College

Other Leaders

Past President

Lisa Feinman
CCBC Catonsville

Delegate

Christine Mirbaha
CCBC

Webmaster

Josiah Hartley
Frederick Community College

Newsletter Editor

Brandie Biddy
Cecil Community College

DEAM Liason

Carol Mueller
Harford Community College

Conference Coordinators

2019

Mary Lou Townsend
Lisa Timmons

2020-2021

Michael Long
Amber Rust

Alternate Delegates

Michael Long
Howard Community College

Elizabeth Leavy
Cecil Community College

AMATYC Mid-Atlantic Vice President

Dan Fahringer

Harrisburg Area Community College

Student Math League Coordinators

Sarah Hand

The College of Southern Maryland

Campus Representatives

Anne Arundel Community College

Amber Rust

Allegany College of Maryland

Vacant

Baltimore City Community College

Jeffrey Grell

Carroll Community College

Jennifer Greenwood

Cecil College

Brandie Biddy

Chesapeake College

Kamal Hennayake

Community College of Baltimore County

Christine Mirbaha

College of Southern Maryland

Sarah Hand
Farhaana Nyamekye-Frazier

Frederick Community College

Evan Evans

Garrett College

Vacant

Hagerstown Community College

Tom Crawford

Harford Community College

Jessica Adams

Howard Community College

Michael Long

Montgomery College

Vacant

Wor-Wic Community College

Mary Lou Townsend

Prince George's Community College

Wallace Lassiter

Constitution and Bylaws

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