Colorado Mountain College Board of Overseers

Distinguished, diverse group collaborates to guide CMC to further excellence

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CMC Board of Overseers. Left to right: Jon Warnick, Ann Korologos, David Chase, Bob Howard, Amy Margerum Berg, Enis Alldredge, Bob Ferguson, Carole Segal, Scott Gilbert and Dr. Steven Phillips. Not present: Doe Browning, Jim Calaway, Doris Dewton, John Fielder, Russell George, Rich Glasier, Mark C. Gould, Tyler Moebius, Carrie Morgridge, Marian Smith, and J. Robert Young.


The Colorado Mountain College Board of Overseers is a group of voluntary advisors with distinguished and diverse backgrounds. While the Board of Overseers has and seeks no formal authority, each member is nominated and selected based on his and her ability to offer counsel, generate ideas, and extend influence, connections, strategic thinking, resources, and passion to support the college and its president.

This advisory board meets annually in person, somewhere within the CMC service area, and occasionally by conference call. Periodic meetings with the CMC president may also be arranged as needed and desired.

Former Colorado Mountain College Foundation Board Member and Carbondale philanthropist Jim Calaway founded the CMC Board of Overseers in 2012. His vision was to launch and sustain a selective group of advisors who care about and support CMC’s mission, and to establish a thought-provoking, dynamic forum to help guide the college to further excellence.

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