2022 Distinguished Alumni
Dr. Geoffrey W. Peck ‘87
Mr. Peck is Vice President of Business Development at Nathan Littauer Hospital and Executive Director of the Nathan Littauer Foundation. He earned an Associate’s Degree in Business at FMCC in 1987, continued to a Bachelor’s Degree program in Economics at SUNY Plattsburgh, and Graduate study at SUNY Empire State and Cornell University.
Before joining Nathan Littauer, Mr. Peck provided leadership and built high-performing teams for over 20 years in various industries and markets worldwide. Also, he serves on the Fulton-Montgomery Community College Board of Trustees, as a board member for the Fulton County EDC, Fulton-Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce, Glove City Coalition, Gloversville City Planning Board, Adirondack Health Institute, and is a partner in the family business at Peck’s Lake.
“FMCC helped me find direction when I was young and a bit rudderless. I was full of energy and ideas but lacked the structure to collect those attributes in a way that could provide meaning for my life. FMCC staff offered the Flexibility, patience, and one-to-one mentoring that helped me mature and grow.”
Mr. Peck lives in Gloversville with his wife Colleen. His son Jackson resides in Vail, CO.
Get to know Dr. Geoffrey W. Peck | Fun Facts
- Favorite Color: Blue, soothes me
- Favorite Song: Fool in the Rain
- Favorite Band/singer: Neil Young
- Favorite Food and/or restaurant: Dick & Peg’s, they are like family
- Favorite sport and/or sports team: Alpine Skiing
- Who or what did you want to be when growing up: Veterinarian, Photographer
- First job: Working for the family business at Peck’s Lake for $1/hr.
- Favorite pastime/hobby: Collecting Vintage Automobiles
- Something on your bucket list: Visit Cuba
- Person you most admire: Father
- Most interesting person you’ve met: Wolf Blitzer
- Favorite place to visit/vacation: Italy/Spain/Portugal
- Favorite quote or words of wisdom: “A life spent making mistakes is not only more honorable, but more useful than a life spent doing nothing.” George Bernard Shaw
- Favorite memory of FM: Inspiring profs like J. Kover, A. Mastrangeli, D. Rogers