Past Presidents

MCA has its roots in the Maryland Communication Cooperative, formed in 1973 with Jack Brown, then Assistant Professor of Speech at Essex Community College, as the president.

From 1986 to 1997, a state association ceased to function, but in September 1997, at a meeting of interested communication professionals from across the state at the University of Maryland, College Park, the Maryland Communication Association formally organized again. Brenda Logue, Towson University, was elected president.

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