Muddassir Siddiqi, PhD
Muddassir Siddiqi, PhD, is the president of Houston Community College’s Central College. He began his term as president of Central College in February 2017, after serving in the capacity of interim college president, provost, and the vice president of academics and student development at Morton College. Under his leadership, Morton College was included in the list of top producers of Fulbright U.S. scholars. Active in the community, Siddiqi serves on the board of directors of the Career and Recovery Resources, South Main Alliance, Rotary Club of Hermann Park, and Bridging the Digital Divide. Also, he currently serves on the American Association of Community Colleges Commission on Global Education and the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities Commission on International Education. He has recently served on the board of the Association of Talent Development Houston Chapter and Executive Committee of the NAACP Houston Branch.
Siddiqi received an EdD in adult education and higher education with a major in human resource development from Northern Illinois University; an MBA from Northern Alabama University; and an MA in industrial technology from Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a graduate of the Institute for Educational Management and Seminar for New Presidents at Harvard University, Executive Leadership Program at Cornell, and Leadership Development Program at the National University of Singapore.