About Mamie Howard Golladay
Mamie Howard Golladay recently retired after a career of leadership in the education field. For the past 13 years, Mamie Howard Golladay served as the President of Sullivan County Community College (SCCC), a member of The State University of New York (SUNY) system. In this role, Dr. Howard Golladay collaborated with other higher education officials in order to campaign on behalf of both the community colleges and the entire SUNY system. In addition to her specific duties as president of SCCC, she helped to devise and implement New York’s higher education budget.
Prior to becoming President of Sullivan County Community College, Mamie Howard Golladay worked in the administration of several other community and junior colleges. From 1994 to 1998, Dr. Howard Golladay served as Dean of the Division of Business, Science, Mathematics, and Technology at Montgomery College in Maryland. From 1990 to 1994, she acted as Dean of the School of Health and Human Services and subsequently as Dean of the Division of Health Sciences and Vocational Education at Mott Community College in Michigan. From 1978 until 1990, Mamie Howard Golladay served as the founding Chair of the Department of Allied Health Education at Pensacola Junior College (now Pensacola State College) in Florida.
In recognition of her accomplishments, Mamie Howard Golladay garnered many accolades. While at Pensacola Junior College, Dr. Howard Golladay received the Alpha Kappa Alpha Leadership Award. During her tenure as Dean at Montgomery College in Maryland, she won a certificate of appreciation for her work with the Montgomery County Public School system. After becoming the President of Sullivan County Community College, the Times Herald-Record of Hudson Valley, New York, named her “One of Twelve Leaders to Watch in 1999.” Most recently, in 2007, the Times Herald-Record chose Mamie Howard Golladay as one of the 25 Exemplary Women in Business.