New Brunswick Tomorrow Announces Two New Board Members

February 14, 2020

New Brunswick Tomorrow Announces Two New Board Members

New Brunswick, NJ — New Brunswick Tomorrow announces the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees.  The new members began their three-year term on January 1, 2020.

Joining the Board of Trustees are Mitchell Landis and Mark McCormick. “Both of these Board members bring valuable experience and expertise, as well as a passion for serving the New Brunswick community. I’m eager to have them bring their unique talents, expertise and perspectives to further our mission of improving the quality of life for everyone in New Brunswick,” said Jaymie Santiago, President & CEO of New Brunswick Tomorrow.

Mitchell Landis is a retired Senior Vice President and Regional Manager for Boston Properties. He is returning to the NBT Board after a year-long hiatus. Landis has previously served as both the Board Chair and President for New Brunswick Tomorrow.  Mr. Landis also serves on several local boards, including Raritan Valley Workshop, The Parkinson Alliance and CoLab Arts. He is a resident of Highland Park, NJ.

Mark McCormick serves as the President of Middlesex County College with over 30 years of experience in higher education.  He is the first person in his family to earn a college degree and holds a doctorate in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania, a Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law, and a bachelor’s degree in French from Davidson College.  He refers to himself as an accidental academic who stumbled into a career in higher education.  While working as a lawyer, he taught courses as an adjunct at a two-year college where he found a passion for teaching.

About New Brunswick Tomorrow:

New Brunswick Tomorrow is a social impact organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life for all who call New Brunswick home. We are committed to moving people forward by addressing the human issues that impact us all, including, the vibrancy of neighborhoods, a family’s health and well-being, and a child’s ability to meet their fullest potential, academically and socially. We work in public and private partnerships across the city, assuring that health, human services and social issues are addressed. For more information call 732-246-0603 or visit