On behalf of the Parents Council, welcome to MICA!
We are delighted that your child has chosen to be part of the MICA community for what we hope will be a time of discovery and personal growth. The transition to college life is both an exciting and challenging process for the parents and families, as well as for new students.
Whether you are a new or returning MICA parent, you are important members of the MICA community and we want to provide you with connections and opportunities that will enable you to be involved in supporting your students success.
As MICA parents, I would also encourage you to think about joining our Parents Council. The Parents Council is a vibrant part of the MICA community that serves as a bridge between parents and the greater MICA community. We are different from other colleges in that we are much more than a fundraising arm. We are a vibrant community of parents fully engaged with the institution and its mission. Joining the Council is a great way to be actively involved representing the first year MICA parent community and setting a leadership example through philanthropic support.
While a sense of community is vitally important for our students, the MICA Parents Council also works closely with the Office of Parent Engagement to foster strong bonds among MICA families. If you are interested in joining the Parents Council, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Director of Parent Engagement, Alumni Relations and Annual Fund
Parent Council Chair
We are thrilled to have Scott Haber P '23 serve as our Parents Council chair for the academic year 2022/23!
Scott was elected to the Board in 2022 as a Parent Trustee. His daughter, Cameron (MICA class of ’22), majors in Graphic Design with a concentration in Book Arts. Scott is a retired partner of Latham & Watkins, a global law firm. During his 30+ year career at Latham, Scott focused his practice on corporate law, representing corporations and investment firms in mergers and acquisitions. He previously served on the firm’s global Executive Committee and as Managing Partner of the San Francisco office. Scott received his undergraduate, J.D. and M.B.A. degrees from Cornell University. Scott has always had a deep love of the performing and visual arts. Over the years, he has been a member of choral groups. He serves on the Board of Berkeley Repertory Theatre, one of the country’s leading regional theaters. Scott also serves on the Board of Trustees of Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco. Scott and his wife, Sherry, live in Hillsborough, California, and also spend time on Bainbridge Island, Washington.