Ms. Alice C. Boatman
Alice Boatman has 22 years of experience in higher education. She has a diverse professional background which includes public safety leadership, emergency preparedness, conduct administration, academic advising, counseling and teaching. Ms. Boatman is currently serving as acting associate dean of student affairs on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring (TPSS) Campus. In this role, she assists with managing the student code of conduct area, serves as chair of the TPSS Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT), is a member of the TPSS Campus Council, co-coordinates the Sister 2 Sister mentoring program and supports the collegewide dean of student engagement and Takoma Park/Silver Spring student affairs as needed.
Ms. Boatman is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC). Outside of Montgomery College, she serves as a mobile crisis clinician with Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency Inc. where she supports community members and the Anne Arundel County Police Department with mental health and addictions intervention. She has also assisted members of the community as a psychiatric rehabilitation aide in Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County.
Ms. Boatman received her Associate of Science in Emergency Preparedness from Montgomery College, Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Trinity University in Washington, D.C., and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Bowie State University. She is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership and Management at Drexel University with a concentration in Higher Education. She plans to focus her studies on mental health awareness and support in higher education.