Dundalk grad Urbach nominated to CCBC Board of Trustees
J.D. Urbach has been nominated by Governor Larry Hogan to the Board of Trustees of the Community College of Baltimore County ( CCBC) as part of this years “Green Bag” appointments delivered to the State Senate on Friday, February 17.
A graduate of Dundalk High School (1993), Urbach resides in Middle River and will represent the 6th councilmanic district.
Urbach is a Senior Project Manager with Edwards Per
formance Solutions, having joined their Healthcare Strategic Business Unit in 2011. Over nearly twenty years, Ur
bach has managed projects at Nokia, Laureate Education and McCormick & Company.
He earned the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification in 2006. He received his BA from Drew University and MBA from the Johns Hopkins University.
In the community, Urbach is a member of the Our Lady of Hope / St Luke School Board and recently served on the Baltimore County Public Schools Superintendent’s Southeast Area Task Force.
Urbach is a Local Board Member of the Selective Service Administration and member of the Board of Managers of the Maryland Society, Sons of the American Revolution.
He is a past President of the Waterview Community Association as well as past District Chairman and past District Commissioner of the Chesapeake District, Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America which serves the southeast area of Baltimore County. He is an active Assistant Scoutmaster of Troop 355 — Our Lady of Mt Carmel.
The Board of Trustees has 15 members – one at-large and two from each of the county’s seven councilman districts – and “maintains general oversight over CCBC”.
Its responsibilities include adopting rules and regulations for college operations, approving the college budget, considering and approving CCBC’s academic programs and long-range plans, approving major purchases and the construction and renovation of college facilities.
Dating back to 17th-century England, the term “Green Bag” refers to the green satchel that is used once ev
ery year to bring the gubernatorial nominations to the Senate.