Scibinico named trustee at Cecil College
— Gov. Larry Hogan has appointed Michael Scibinico II of Elkton
to the Cecil College of Board of Trustees.
Scibinico, who will replace David Leatherwood on the board, will serve a six-year term.
A native of Elkton, Scibinico has been practicing law in Cecil County since 1989. He currently handles child welfare matters for the Cecil County Department of Social Services, including foster care cases, termination of parental rights and adoptions.
Scibinico graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park with a Bachelor of Science in mechanical engineering and a Juris Doctor degree in law. For the next 15 years, he held legal and managerial positions in the environmental and energy fields, first for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, and then with the Maryland Of- fice of the Attorney General at the Department of Natural Resources in Annapolis.
During this time, he was appointed deputy director of the Maryland Environmental Service. Prior to returning to Cecil County, his last state position was executive director for the Maryland Public Service Commission.
“Cecil College is pleased to welcome trustee Michael Scibinico,” said Mary Way Bolt, Cecil College president. “For many years, his commitment to our community has been demonstrated through his work as an attorney as well as his participation in local organizations. We look forward to the strong support he will provide to the leadership of our board and the college community.”
Scibinico serves on the Cecil County Department of Aging Foundation board. His community involvement has also entailed being a member of the Union Hospital board and holding a vari- ety of roles with the Rotary Club of Elkton.
Scibinico’s wife, Peggy, spent nine years on the board of directors of the Cecil College Foundation and is currently one of the foundation’s Friends of Education.
Michael Scibinico II, center, is welcomed to Cecil College’s board of trustees by Sarah Colenda, left, board chair; and Mary Way Bolt, right, Cecil College president.