Marcene majored in American Studies and minored in History while at Georgetown College. She was a member of the Phi Mu sorority, performed in Maskrafters theatrical productions, and represented the men of Pi Kappa Alpha in the 1993 Belle of the Blue Scholarship Pageant.
Marcene lives in Mason, Ohio with her husband, Glenn who is a graduate of Ohio State University. Marcene and Glenn have three boys, Emery (13), Quinn (10), and Aaron (10) who are currently enrolled in Mason City Schools. Marcene has served as a short-term missionary in the town of Tejutla, Guatemala, and currently serves as a Webelos leader for Pack 323, and as the Chaplain for BSA Troop 43. The Lajti and Nichols families have been attending Montgomery Community Baptist Church for three generations.
Marcene is a marketing communications strategist and currently serves a variety of small to mid-sized clients at BrandingGround in Mason, Ohio. Over the years she has worked in non-profit public relations at The Cincnnati Historical Society, and at several of Cincinnati’s prominent advertising agencies in both business-to-consumer and business-to-business engagements. Marcene uses her marketing communications skills in service to her faith community at MCBC, and The City of Mason.
Marcene’s Challenge to You
My recent re-connection with Georgetown College’s development office reminded me of the tremendous education I recieved. I am thankful for the generous alumni who came before me to help make that educational experience possible. I am also grateful for the depth of talent and leadership in my professors who prepare me for the many personal and professional roles I would play. I have committed to annual giving to Georgetown and challenge all Alumni to do the same