Andrew L. Meyer is the current Vice President for Learning at Anne Arundel Community College.
His accomplishments include:
- Since 2007, serves as the Chair for the Board of Directors for the Global Corporate College.
- Institutional representative to the League for Innovation in the Community College since 2004.
- Reappointed by county executive to the AAWDC Board of Directors through 2011; has served on the Board since 2001 as a member and as chair, 2001-2002 and 2005-07 and vice chair from 2008 to present.
- Past president of the National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET), an affiliated council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), and served ten years as Corporate Liaison.
- 1999 recipient of the NCCET national leadership award for exemplary service and the 2001 recipient of the NCCET national leadership award/inside the field.
- Since 2006, serves on the Anne Arundel County BRAC Task Force.
- Served on the AACC Commission on Economic and Workforce Development from 1997-2000.
- In June of 2003, Meyer co-authored an abstract for the League for Innovation, Institutionalizing the Commitment to Learning: Evolution, not Revolution (Learning Abstracts, 2003).
- Contributing author to the League’s 2003 publication, Building a Workforce System Through Partnering.
- In 2001, he co-authored an abstract published by NCCET entitled Leveling the Playing Field Through A Commitment to Learning.
- Contributing author for Developing the World’s Best Workforce: An Agenda for America’s Community Colleges (American Association of Community Colleges, 1997) and has co-authored Community Colleges and Workforce Training: Past Performance and Future Directions in The Maryland Association for Higher Education Journal (Vol. 18, October 1995).
- Has held administrative positions at Carroll Community College, Baltimore City Community College and Towson University.
- In 1989, Meyer was awarded his Doctor of Education degree from Teachers College, Columbia University.