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MCC President Burt-Nanna to keynote Women’s Leadership Summit 2022 (access required)

A relative newcomer to the area, Monroe Community College President DeAnna R. Burt-Nanna has quickly made her mark on the Rochester community. In addition to steering the institution through the coronavirus pandemic, Burt-Nanna serves on the board of a multitude of organizations, including United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes and Greater Rochester Chamber ...
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