Asnuntuck Community College’s Foundation is pleased to announce that Brandon C. Lorey, Executive Vice President and Head of Consumer Banking for United Bank of Glastonbury, Connecticut, is the newest member of its Board of Directors.

ACC President James Lombella stated, "We are excited that Brandon joined ACC's Foundation board. We value our community partnerships. Brandon's portfolio of skills will certainly help our Asnuntuck foundation grow and continue to support the college's mission of open access and affordable education for the communities in our region!"

Lorey, who joined United in February 2013, oversees the Bank’s Consumer Lending Division, Retail branch network, Contact Center and the Bank’s financial advisory team. He has more than twenty five years of experience in risk and financial management; product, sales and strategy development; and personnel management.

“I want to thank Stuart Rosenberg, President Lombella and Asnuntuck’s Foundation Board for giving me the opportunity to serve with them, especially as ACC embarks on its historic campus transformation,” said Brandon C. Lorey, Executive Vice President and Head of Consumer Banking at United Bank. “Since joining United in 2013, I always look for opportunities to work with organizations that are making a real difference in the community – just like ACC has done for more than 40 years in North Central Connecticut. That’s why I’m so honored to be part of the Foundation’s Board of Directors at this exciting time and to be another ambassador for United Bank in North Central Connecticut.”

Lorey and his family reside in Glastonbury and he is based at United Bank’s Corporate Headquarters in Glastonbury.

Asnuntuck Community College’s Foundation holds three major fundraisers each year. The annual Murder Mystery, featuring various amateur cast members from the community is held in March, an annual campaign is conducted each year and a Golf Tournament is held each summer. Funds raised by the Foundation help support scholarships for Asnuntuck students, in addition to the funding of programming, projects and equipment for the College.

To learn more about the Foundation and how to contribute visit