Anthony Scibelli Appointed to GCC Board of Trustees

July 26, 2022

Greenfield Community College is pleased to announce that Anthony Scibelli has been appointed to the esteemed GCC Board of Trustees. 

Scibelli was appointed to the Board of Trustees on June 17 by Gov. Charlie Baker. One of 11 trustees, Scibelli replaced former trustee Martha Barrett.

Scibelli brings over 30 years of human resources, operations and leadership experience to GCC. Scibelli is currently the Vice President, Operations and Chief Administrative Officer for Cooley Dickinson Health Care (a Massachusetts General Hospital affiliate), based in Northampton, where he oversees all operational aspects including patient transport, safety and security, facilities management, and volunteer services. 

“As an executive at a local hospital, my organization has come to count on the high-quality education programs at institutions like Greenfield Community College that support our workforce and provide us with truly talented individuals. Now I want to provide support back to GCC,” Scibelli said. 

In addition to his professional experience, Scibelli has served on numerous boards in the region, including Northampton Survival Center, United Way of the Greater Utica Area, Lighthouse School, Oneida County School and Business Alliance, and Franklin & Hampshire County Regional Employment Board. Scibelli also serves as an adjunct instructor for the MBA program at Elms College. 

“We are tremendously excited to have Anthony bring his broad work experience and community connections to the GCC board. His experience at Cooley Dickinson Health Care will be particularly insightful for the health care majors offered at GCC,” President Michelle Schutt said. 

“Anthony Scibelli will bring a great perspective to the Board of Trustees and I’m excited to see the impacts he will make as part of our team. He understands the importance of higher education and knows how valuable Greenfield Community College is to the community and will help us continue to reach our fullest potential,” GCC Board of Trustees Chair Hector Toledo said.