Board of Trustees
Our board is comprised of seven members, who represent the subdistricts we serve. Each board member is elected by you: our district residents. They act as your voice, directing the college’s path and strategy to best serve you and your community.
Meet your trustees
Take a few moments to meet our board members.
Anne Adams Marshall, chair
Subdistrict 3 (term expires 2025)
Anne Adams Marshall, a St. Louis native, was elected to the STLCC Board of Trustees in April 2019. She is the daughter of two educators, including a former faculty member at St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley, David Marshall.
She graduated from Webster Groves High School in 1980, and attended both STLCC and University of Missouri-St. Louis while working full-time and raising her son as a single mother. Her experience gives her a unique insight into the barriers that many students face in pursuing their education; and her education helped propel her to a 35-year career at Neiman Marcus.
Marshall wants to be an independent voice for students, faculty and the St. Louis community. She believes that decision-making should be centered on the needs of the stakeholders who make STLCC strong.
Marshall is the founding director of Indivisible St. Louis. Her community involvement includes service on the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s Advisory Board, being a facilitator for the YWCA Racial Justice Education program and advocating for political candidates and issues.
Kevin M. Martin, Ed.D., vice-chair
Subdistrict 1 (term expires 2026)
Dr. Martin serves as a middle school principal in the Parkway School District. He previously served as the assistant principal of curriculum and instruction at Hazelwood Northwest Middle School. Dr. Martin taught mathematics and served as an instructional and data coach for three years at Hazelwood East High School. He also taught mathematics and served as department chair at Sumner High School for three years while serving as a Corp Member through Teach For America - St. Louis.
Martin hopes to continue to be innovative and find new approaches to engage more members of the community with St. Louis Community College. He believes in solid decision-making that is centered on the needs of all stakeholders and the community, and will continue to make STLCC a pivotal member of the larger community. As a first-generation college student, Martin strongly believes in providing opportunities and support for all to be successful.
He has been recognized by St. Louis Magazine as High School Teacher of the Year, and received honors such as St. Louis American Salute to Excellence in Education Award, North County Incorporated 30 Leaders in their 30s, and Saint Louis Public Schools’ Pettus Award of Excellence.
A proud resident of North St. Louis County, Martin earned a doctorate in education policy and leadership from University of Missouri-St. Louis. Most recently, he completed a graduate certificate in human resource management from Colorado State University. He has an educational specialist, superintendent certificate and master’s degree in education from University of Missouri-St. Louis, and a bachelor’s degree in business teacher education from Illinois State University.
State Appointee (term expires 2022)
Gee is a retired partner from Edward Jones Inc., where he worked in human resources for 14 years. He also held administrative positions in sales, marketing, strategy and human resources with Monsanto, Motorola and Southwestern Bell.
Gee has an extensive record of community service. He is the immediate past-president of the St. Louis Community College Foundation, where he has served as a board member for the past 13 years. He also serves as a board member of RX Outreach, an organization providing discount drugs to individuals and families with low incomes, and is a board member with Covenant House of Missouri.
The Missouri Coordinating Board for Higher Education approved his appointment to the St. Louis Community College Board of Trustees. Gee’s six-year term began in April 2016.
A resident of Chesterfield, Missouri, Gee holds a master’s degree in human resources development from Webster University. His bachelor’s degree in business administration is from the University of Central Missouri.
Doris A. Graham, Ph.D.
Subdistrict 1 (term expires 2024)
Dr. Graham, of north St. Louis County, spent 38 years as assistant principal at Ames Visual and Performing Arts Elementary School in St. Louis and retired in 2005.
During her tenure with St. Louis Public Schools, Dr. Graham was a classroom teacher, remedial reading specialist and co-host of an after-school radio program. She also served as an administrator during summer school.
She also served on the Ferguson-Florissant School District Board for 23 years. During that time, the district twice was recognized as a school district of distinction by the Missouri School Boards Association. Dr. Graham currently serves as an associate member of the Diversity Committee of the Association of Community College Trustees.
Among the recognition she has received for service include the Lifetime Achievement Award from the St. Louis Teachers Union, the Legacy Award for Community Service from the National Council of Negro Women Inc. Gateway Metropolitan Section and the Legacy Award from the St. Louis Argus. She also was recognized by the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority as one of its Women Making a Difference honoree.
Dr. Graham is an associate minister at her church, and also is involved in sorority activities. She also served on the Berkeley Senior Citizens Commission.
She earned a doctorate in educational administration/superintendency from Saint Louis University, a master’s degree in elementary administration/principalship from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Harris Teachers College. She also holds a master of arts in pastoral studies from the Aquinas Institute of Theology.
Craig H. Larson, Ed.D.
Subdistrict 4 (term expires 2022)
Dr. Craig Larson, of Manchester, Missouri, currently is an Area Supervisor of Instruction for Missouri’s Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. In that role, he works with 14 St. Louis Region School Districts, including a number in North St. Louis County. He retired from K-12 school administration in 2010 after a 38-year career as a teacher and a building and district administrator. He served 11 years as principal of Parkway South High and ended his administrative career serving seven years as the Rockwood School District superintendent.
Dr. Larson was originally elected to the Board of Trustees in 2010 and was re-elected in 2016. During his tenure on the Board he has served two terms as Board Chair and has been active with the STLCC Foundation. In addition to serving on STLCC’s Board of Trustees, Dr. Larson has served on the Missouri Community College Association’s (MCCA) Advisory Board since 2012 and is currently serves as chair of the Advisory Board. He has also served as an associate member of several policy committees for the national Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT). He is also a member of the Association of Governing Boards (AGB) and regularly attends state and national meetings of MCCA, ACCT and AGB.
In addition to service on the STLCC Board of Trustees, Dr. Larson is a past President of the West St. Louis County Chamber of Commerce, a former member of St. Louis Boy Scouts Board of Directors, and a former Commissioner with the St. Louis County Media Commission. Dr. Larson has received a number of professional honors, including being named St. Louis High School Principal of the Year and the Communications Leadership Superintendent of the Year by the National School Public Relations Association.
His education includes a bachelors and master’s degree in education from the University of Kansas, an administrative certificate from Washington University, and a doctorate in education from Saint Louis University.
(Subdistrict 4, term expires 2026)
Mary Luebke was elected to the STLCC Board of Trustees in June 2020. She is a professor emeritus who served in a variety of capacities at STLCC-Florissant Valley.
Luebke was the coordinator for the Deaf Communication Studies/Interpreter Education program, chair of the communications department and dean of liberal arts. She was honored with a named scholarship for students of the DCS program. She has been involved in a variety of initiatives that serve Deaf people and other people with disabilities. She was director of Communicate Plus, a non-profit organization, for 10 years.
Luebke received the prestigious David L. Underwood Award at Florissant Valley in 2013, and received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the governor and the state of Missouri in 2001. She served on the governor-appointed Missouri Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing for multiple terms.
“I have a lifetime career commitment to the mission of St. Louis Community College and want the students who come to us to receive the best experience possible as they begin or continue their educational journeys and reach their individual goals.”
As a non-traditional student, Luebke earned an associate degree from STLCC. She has a bachelor’s degree in theater and a master’s degree in theatre/discourse analysis from Lindenwood University. She holds state and national certification in American Sign Language interpreting.
Subdistrict 2 (term expires 2023)
Ross attended St. Louis Community College-Forest Park and is a graduate of Brentwood High School.
She formerly was employed in business development at Peoples National Bank, and served as chief of staff to the St. Louis City Board of Alderman president for seven years. She also was director of marketing for a web development company for five years.
Ross serves as the national treasurer for the Veteran Feminists of America. She serves on several boards, including the St. Louis Community College Foundation, the Coalition of Labor Union Women, the Women’s Political Caucus and the Brentwood High School Alumni Association.
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