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New Officers Named to the 2021 Alumni Board

July 2021
  • Nephtalie Faustin, Alumni Board President
  • Amy Tisdell, Alumni Board Vice President
  • Michael Harper, Alumni Board Secretary

Since QCC’s inception, more than 34,000 alumni have entered the workforce in virtually every industry in our region and across the United States. They have come from diverse backgrounds, they span generation, and while their career goals may vary, they all have the drive to succeed. They are the backbone of our community and who makes our economy grow and thrive.

Many of QCC alumni remain active with the college through the Alumni Association. Every two years, QCC holds an election for its Alumni Board. The Alumni Board is a valuable resource that works to promote alumni involvement in Central Mass and brings them together to network, enjoy events, and stay engaged with each other and the QCC community. The 2021 election has just concluded and we would like to thank all who participated in the elections and took the time to cast a vote! The votes are in and three highly qualified candidates have officially earned their seats.

Congratulations to QCC’s new 2021 Alumni Officers!

Nephtalie Faustin, Class of 2015, Liberal Arts:

“I am originally from Haiti and I speak four languages. During my time at QCC, I was a member of the Commonwealth Honors Program, Phi Theta Kappa, and the Psi Beta Kappa Honor Societies. I finished my associate degree in Liberal Arts in May 2015 and transferred to UMass Amherst, graduating with a BS in Psychology (Neuroscience Track). I have volunteered at UMass Memorial Hospital, helped veterans during Thanksgiving week, and worked with people with disabilities (Autism).”

Vice President - Amy Tisdell, Class of 2013, Liberal Arts:

“I will work with the incoming president and advisory board to expand professional networking opportunities for alumni and current students of QCC. I will also bring an increased focus on philanthropy and using our collective power to support students in need at QCC.”

Secretary - Michael Harper, Class of 2010, Liberal Arts

“I’ve been a passionate proponent of community colleges ever since graduating from QCC in 2010. After graduation, I was able to continue to partner with QCC in my roles at WPI and Clark University, and was named a QCC Guardian, which is a great honor. Career changes over the years have reduced my opportunities to engage and support QCC, and I’m hoping this role will reignite my engagement and allow me the privilege of supporting the students, administration, and alumni of the college.”

QCC graduates are invited to join the Alumni Association monthly board meetings to stay connected and informed. For information, email alumni [at]