Keystone names new board members
La Plume – Mikal E. Belicove, Letha Wells Reinheimer, and Stacey Wyland have been elected as the newest members of the Keystone College Board of Trustees.
“I join Keystone College President Dr. David Coppola in welcoming Mikal, Letha and Stacey to the Board of Trustees,” said Keystone board chairman Thomas “Tim” Speicher. “The
Mr. Belicove writes the “Ask a Geek” column for Entrepreneur Magazine and “The Business End Blog” for Forbes Magazine. His writing has been featured by in numerous publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal,
In addition to his writing, Mr. Belicove develops and manages handcrafted strategic plans and marketing communications campaigns for boards, CEOs, high-profile personalities, and businesses. He is a graduate of
Ms. Reinheimer, Clarks Summit, is a former teacher in the
Ms. Reinheimer has long been affiliated with
A former recipient of the Distinguished Service to Keystone Award and the Presidential Medallion, she recently served on Keystone’s planning committee for the gala event honoring Keystone President Emeritus Dr. Edward G. Boehm, Jr. and Mrs.
Other community involvement includes serving as past president of the Junior League of Scranton and on the development committee of
Ms. Wyland, Jermyn, is an associate professor of criminal justice at Keystone and will serve as the faculty representative on the Keystone board. In addition to her teaching duties, Ms. Wyland serves on Keystone’s Institutional Student Learning Outcomes Board which evaluates and approves service learning courses.
Active in the community, Ms. Wyland also served as a parenting class instructor and mentoring coordinator with the Lackawanna County Prison, where she taught parenting and self-development skills to incarcerated women.
Prior to Keystone, she held positions with