Lloyd Holmes

2020-21 Aspen Rising Presidents Fellow
Dr. Lloyd Holmes, vice president of student services at Monroe Community College in New York since April 2014, is an administrator with over 25 years of experience in higher education. From the development of leadership development programs and volunteer opportunities for students, to building strong collaborations within the college and with individuals and organizations in the community outside the college, Dr. Holmes has worked to create partnerships that impact the success of students.

His involvement in the local community includes service on Geva Theatre Center’s board of directors, Foodlink’s board of directors, the Director’s Advisory Council for the Memorial Art Gallery, and the Growing Downtown Rochester Committee. He serves as Monroe Community College’s board representative for the League for Innovation in the Community College. Further, Dr. Holmes served on the State University of New York’s Food Insecurity Task Force, which helped find system-wide solutions to issues of food insecurity within the SUNY system.

Dr. Holmes holds an associate of arts degree from Itawamba Community College, and a bachelor of accountancy, master of education in higher education-student personnel services, and doctor of philosophy in education leadership, all from the University of Mississippi.