Governor Charlie Baker has named Tammy Glivinski-Saben of South Yarmouth to chair the Cape Cod Community College Board of Trustees.
The immediate past chairperson, Sheila Vanderhoef of Cummaquid, completed her term earlier this year.
Glivinski-Saben, was named to the college's board last fall. She brings over 40 years accounting and management experience to the college leadership role.
A successful entrepreneur, Glivinski-Saben founded her firm in 1999 to serve the financial management needs of small and mid-sized organizations in the seasonal and challenging economic climate that is Cape Cod. She started her own business with a client base of only three and now services over 150 businesses, including more than 50 nonprofits, providing everything from weekly bookkeeping to full CFO management oversight. Today, Glivinski and Associates generates annual revenues totaling over $150 million.
Glivinski-Saben earned an Associate's degree at Cape Cod Community College and graduated with honors from Suffolk University in Boston.
In addition, the college announces that Laura Newstead, senior vice president and chief human resources officer for the Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank, is the college's newest member of the board.
Newstead brings 20 years of HR experience, primarily in the financial services sector, including talent management, benefits, and employee relations. She joined Cape Cod Five in 2001 after relocating from Michigan. She currently volunteers as a mentor with Cape Cod Young Professionals.
Professionally, her expertise is shared on the state and national level through appointments to the Massachusetts Bankers Association’s Women in Banking Advisory Board and a recent appointment to the American Bankers Association’s Professional Development Advisory Board.
Newstead holds a Master of Science Administration in Human Resources from Central Michigan University. She also earned a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and English from Western Michigan University and is "ABD" status at Indiana Wesleyan University, where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership.
She and her family live in East Sandwich.