Colorado Mountain College in Aspen Faculty

Listed below are faculty teaching at the Aspen Campus.

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CHRIS ANDERSON received an MFA from Denver University in 1982. Her work has been showcased locally as well as nationally. canderson@coloradomtn.edu

MARY ANDERSON is a certified Yoga instructor in Integrative Yoga therapy, Yin Yang, and Restorative Yoga. She is also a certified Reiki Master.

ALLYSON BELLA-DODDS received her Master’s degree in Education and an endorsement in English as a Second Language from Regis University. She currently teaches language arts and reading for the Roaring Fork School District. adodds@coloradomtn.edu

MORGAN BERRY earned a degree from Colorado Mesa University in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Exercise Science. She is a trained rock climbing instructor and a certified personal trainer.

BENNETT BRAMSON holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida International University. He is the Executive Director of Aspen Youth Experience. He has prior teaching experience at Johnson & Wales University, Miami-Dade College, Broward Community College, and St. Thomas University. bbramson@coloradomtn.edu

TOM BUESCH has a PhD in German Language and Literature from Northwestern University. His bacherlor’s degree in German and English is from Ripon College in Wisconsin. He is Professor of Communications and Humanities at Colorado Mountain College, Aspen Campus. Before coming to CMC, Tom spent 17 years as an engineer with a German automotive products firm and five years as a computer programmer. Tom teaches Music, Philosophy, Literature, and Humanities. tbuesch@coloradomtn.edu

MARIA CARBONETTI was born and raised in New England. Maria received her BA from Boston State College and her MA in Spanish from Middlebury College. Maria chairs the foreign language department at Aspen Country Day School where she has taught Spanish for the last 25 years. mcarbonetti@coloradomtn.edu

K RHYNUS CESARK received her MFA in 3 Dimensional Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston MA. K is the former Co-Director of the Carbondale Clay Center in Carbondale, CO. She is currently the CMC Aspen Ceramics Studio Coordinator and Gallery Coordinator. K teaches painting and ceramics and exhibits her work nationally. ccesark@coloradomtn.edu

STEPHEN COLBY, received his MFA from Pennsylvania State University and his BFA from New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred New York. For more information visit stephencolby.wordpress.com

MICHAEL CONNIFF, a graduate of Harvard University, is the founder and CEO of the leading community blogging company Post Time Media Inc.; editor-in-chief of Aspen Post, a featured blogger on Huffington Post, and the host of “ConGames” in Aspen, the #1-rated talk show on the Western Slope of Colorado. His distinguished career in journalism and media has included news reporting and editing for a variety of national, regional, and local newspapers, magazines, media services, and starting up a number of new media companies. maconniff@coloradomtn.edu

BOB COOK, is a certified acupressure therapist, and International Martial Arts competition champion. He has practiced martial arts and oriental and natural health throughout the valley for 40 years.

GEORGINA CORNWALL, PHD, Education: PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO: Developmental Neurobiology & Endocrinology, 2000. BA, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO: Environmental, Population & Organismic Biology, 1995. Boise State University, Boise, ID: Undergraduate study with emphasis in Biology, August 1991-May 1992. Harbor Community College, Los Angeles, CA: Undergraduate study with emphasis in Management Theory, August 1989-June1991. Teaching: Guest Instructor/Lecturer: Colorado Mountain College, Aspen, Spring Valley & Edwards: Human Anatomy & Physiology, General Biology, Vinyasa Yoga, August 2009-Present. Assistant Professor: Metropolitan State College of Denver: Genetics, Human Reproductive Biology, Zoology Online, Non-majors Biology & Majors Biology, January 2002-2005.Instructor/Lecturer: University of Colorado Boulder: Non-majors Biology, mixed majors Biology & Environmental Biology, January-December 2001. Graduate Instructor: University of Colorado Boulder, CO: Physiology, Anatomy, Comparative Anatomy, General Biology, Ecology & Genetics, August 1995-December 2000. Research: Developmental Neurobiology & Endocrinology: Investigation of the role of the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis in the initiation of hatching in the domestic chicken (Gallusdomesticus). Cornwall, G., White, E., Spencer, R., & Bekoff, A. (1998). Corticosterone appears to be involved in the initiation of hatching in the Domestic Chicken. Soc. Neuroci. Abs. 24: 118. gcornwall@coloradomtn.edu

MARYLU CURIEL holds the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Atemajac Valley in Guadalajara, Mexico. She also has teaching experience in Mexico. mcuriel@coloradomtn.edu

LIZ FRAZIER attended the Washington Studio School, Corcoran School of Art, American University, and studied art in Siena, Italy. Exhibitions of her work have been held at the Circle Gallery, the Washington Project for the Arts, the Washington Studio School Gallery, and the University Club of Washington, D.C.

ANNE GOLDBERG has been playing with clay since childhood. She is a studio potter based in Carbondale, making both hand-built and wheel-thrown functional ceramics fired in soda, salt, and reduction. She holds a BA from Cornell University and a MBA from Stanford University. www.annegoldberg.com

JONI GOODWIN works as the program site coach for the City of Aspen and Kids First. She has worked in early childhood as a consultant, certifier, teacher/trainer and assessor for many years and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in ECE. jlgoodwin@coloradomtn.edu

CARYN GORALKA has an MA in Science Education- Biology, from Western Governors University; a BS in Animal Physiology, from the University of California, Davis; and did post-graduate work in Neurophysiology, at UC Davis. Caryn’s passion is teaching. Having taught previously at the high school and middle school levels, she now enjoys sharing her excitement for science with adult learners. She has been with CMC Aspen since August 2008 and was named CMC- Aspen Adjunct Faculty of the Year in 2010 as well as CMC College-wide Adjunct Faculty of the Year for 2010. cgoralka@coloradomtn.edu

PENNY GREENWELL received an MFA in sculpture and printmaking from the University of Pennsylvania in 1987. She works at the Aspen Art Museum and the Wyly Community Arts Center, and is a professional artist. pgreenwell@coloradomtn.edu

RETT HARPER holds an MA from George Washington University. She has taught English and Theater at the high school and junior high levels and has written and directed 22 of the Aspen Community School’s Annual Musicals. She has been teaching at CMC since 1993. rharper@coloradomtn.edu

DAVID HATFIELD  holds a Masters in Oriental Medicine. David is an experienced Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practitioner with experience in nutrition, essential oil, herbal massage, and acupuncture therapies.

EDWARD HAYDUK  is a Professor of Occupational Safety and Health at Colorado Mountain College. He is certified for: Occupational Safety & Health Act, Mine Safety and Health Act, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR, and Electrical Instruction for MSHA Surface & Underground Mining.

EILEEN HINCHLIFFE holds her BA from the University of Northern Colorado. She has been teaching various fitness classes at CMC since 1984 and has been a Division Director for CMC since 1986. She currently holds certifications in Personal Training and Group Fitness. ehinchliffe@coloradomtn.edu

BARBARA HOERR’s passion for the French language and culture led her to pursue a Doctorate of Modern Languages, French and Spanish, at Middlebury College School of Languages in Vermont. Her doctoral dissertation, which she defended in 2013, was “La Gastronomie en France: en crise ou en Renaissance?” She is a National Board Certified Teacher. Although most of her teaching experience has been at the secondary level, Barbara has taught at the middle school, community college and university. As a Fulbright teacher, she taught English to French lycee students and lived near Lyon, a gastronomic city. The year spent in France allowed her to ski the French Alps. After receiving her Master of Art degree in French Literature, she taught Advanced Composition in French at Illinois State University. Her Bachelor of Science degree, which she earned from Western Illinois University, is in Education with a French major and Russian minor. Barbara received a National Defense Education Act Award for intensive study in French at Kansas State Teacher’s College and two National Endowment for the Humanities Grants. She was one of fifteen participants in the US to study the essays of Michel de Montaigne in France. The second NEH Grant was to study Content Based instruction at St. Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana. Barbara has received several First of America grants for projects in the secondary school including an interdisciplinary project with art classes to study French puppets, Guignol et compagnie. She has received a American Association of Teachers of French Grant and is an AATF National Contest winner of a trip to Paris. She has chaperoned fourteen student groups to France. Her professional affiliations are: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages and American Association of Teachers of French (life member). Barbara works as a reader for Advanced Placement exams in French. Her love of cuisine led her to study “nouvelle cuisine” at LaVarenne Cooking School in Paris. blhoerr@coloradomtn.edu

STU HUCK has been teaching photography for over thirty years. He is well known for his large format landscape photographs and his technical expertise. Most recently, he has been working with Norman Gershman photographing Muslims who saved Jews during World War II. shuck@coloradomtn.edu

EVA JANKOVSKY holds an MA in Education Administration with an emphasis in Early Childhood Leadership from the University of Denver. She began a non-profit in Cambodia to help under-privileged children attend school. Eva currently works for Kids First in Aspen as a coach to the early childhood teachers in Pitkin County. ejankovsky@coloradomtn.edu

CJ JILEK grew up outside of the Chicago area and found she had a few great loves: ceramics, travel and the natural world. Cj received her undergraduate degree in ceramics from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale in 1995. Afterwards she started traveling and exploring her ceramics. Cj moved to Northern California to wood fire where she created vessel forms, exploring the wood fire surface in conjunction with textures representative of the natural world. Cj continued her travels through California and relocated to Santa Barbara where she taught ceramics for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the public school system, and private schools. Cj has always been involved in her community volunteering for organizations such as Empty Bowls, Ventura County Potters Guild, and Santa Barbara City College. While living in Southern California she traveled the western United States. in 2006 Cj took a short-term residency at the  Mendocino Arts Center, leading to her renewed interest in graduate studies. Utah State University provided her with the opportunity to study and travel; she studied in Australia, New Zealand, South Korea and China. She recently completed her MFA degree in 2010. Being inspired by her travels, Cj is now creating porcelain biomorphic forms fired in oxidation with mixed media elements. Through her work she questions ideas of beauty, attraction, eroticism, adaptation and desire. She continues to travel giving lectures and workshops.

WILLIAM (RICK) JOHNSON is Instructional Chair working with CMC-Aspen’s Economic and Community Development programs-including Sustainability Programs, Career and Workforce Development, Computers, Business and EMS. He has a PhD, and MA in Political Science from Duke University, and a BA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Rick has been a teacher and administrator in higher education for nearly 30 years. wjohnson@coloradomtn.edu

SIMONE JOLLY is a certified Pilates instructor.

STEPHEN KANIPE began working in the code administration and enforcement field in March 1989. Stephen was appointed to his current position as Chief Building Official for the combined City of Aspen/Pitkin Community Development  Department in 1995. He was selected by the Board of Directors of the International Conference of Building Officials in 1999 to participate on the International Energy Conservation Code Development Committee, where he served for 5 years including 2 as Chair. These years moved the development of the 2000 IECC through the 2006 IECC edition. Stephen is the author of Building Code Basics:Energy, based on the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code. In May of 2009, Stephen was appointed to the International Code Council’s Sustainable Technology Building Committee to help develop the International Green Construction Code and currently serves on the Energy/Water IgCC Code Development Committee. Stephen is a Certified Building Official and LEED Accredited Professional. skanipe@coloradomtn.edu

STEVE KAUFMAN is the founder and CEO of EdTech Consulting, an education consulting company specializing in the utilization of computer science technologies and computational thinking strategies in blended learning models, and Future Force, a business design company specializing in start-up and project development. He is currently working under two National Science Foundation grants to teach and promote computer science for K-12 education within the Roaring Fork Valley region. Previously, Steve was founder and CEO of Kaufman & Harlow; founder and Executive Director of Access Roaring Fork, a regional after school program; and the first board chair of Besa International, now The Eye Contact Foundation, honored for its work by the Israeli Knesset and the United Nations for its contribution toward promoting better understanding between Muslims and Jews. skaufman@coloradomtn.edu

DEVON KIDD has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business from Biola University, and an Exercise Science Certification from San Diego State University. She has multiple certifications in fitness as well as being a certified Functional Specialist, and Wellness & Nutrition Consultant.

KATLYNN KIDD is a BASI Certified Pilates instructor and has taught Pilates and group fitness since 2009. Katlynn also holds certifications in Personal training and Silver Sneakers.

AMY KNIGHT is a group exercise instructor, fitness coordinator, and personal trainer. She specializes in Ski Conditioning, Bootcamp, Indoor Cycling, and Strength/Body Pump class. Her motto: “If you want to see change, you must feel the challenge.”

SUSAN KOSCH trained and competed for over 13 years in ballroom dancing in Indianapolis, Washington, DC, and New York. She won the nationals as an amateur in her age division in 1985.

SONIA KUNGLI has her MA in Spanish Literature and Culture from the University of Akron, Ohio. She has been tutoring in the Roaring Fork valley and has taught many years for Colorado Mountain College.

MARY LACKNER has a MA in Architecture and Urban Planning from UCLA and a BA in Resource Studies from the University of Hawaii. Currently she is employed by the City of Aspen/Pitkin County as the GIS manager. mlackner@coloradomtn.edu

FATMA FEYHAN LEVINE has taught yoga for CMC since 2011 and has taught yoga for 15 years. She has certifications in Bikrams, Hatha, & Ashtanga, as well as studied Yin yoga.

LINDA LOESCHEN is AFAA certified as a personal trainer and group exercise instructor. She has been teaching dance and physical conditioning at CMC for over 34 years. lloeschen@coloradomtn.edu

KAREN LUTZ holds a Bachelors degree in Physical Education. She competed in the Junior Wimbledon and on the fledgling European circuit while in college. Karen has taught tennis since 1977.

JAMIE MAHAFFEY holds an MEd with an emphasis in ESL/bilingual. She is a teacher with the Aspen School District. jmahaffey@coloradomtn.edu

BRAD MANOSEVITZ has been practicing Aikido since 1990. He was promoted to 3rd degree black belt by Linda Holiday Sensei in 2008 and is a member of the Aikikai Foundation (Aikido World Headquarters). bmanosevitz@coloradomtn.edu

MARGARET MAXWELL received her BA in English from California State University, Northridge, and her MFA from University of California, Irvine. Her poetry and non-fiction has appeared in a number of professional journals, including The Southwest Review, The Midland Review, and Southwest Magazine. She has been teaching English and Literature at the college level for over 20 years, and currently serves as Instructional Chair, and Academic Lead for Colorado Mountain College, Aspen campus, with particular attention to the Arts and Sciences. Projects in the last year include: Early Childhood Education initiatives, Teacher Education research and proposal building, and Neuroscience as it relates to education. mmaxwell@coloradomtn.edu

SCOTT MESSINA is a Level 2 instructor for AIARE, training officer for Mtn. Rescue Aspen, Field Ops for 10th Mountain Huts, and a backcountry ski guide for Aspen Alpine Guides. smessina@coloradomtn.edu

LORRAINE MILLER received a BA from San Diego University and an MA from Adams State. She also holds teaching credentials in multiple subjects, as well as ESL and LDS certificates. lmiller@coloradomtn.edu

JULIE NEMIROFF has practiced Hatha Yoga for 16 years. She completed a Holistic Health Practitioner license and received her International Teacher training and certification as a Kundalini Yoga Instructor. “Namaste.” jnemiroff@coloradomtn.edu

TIFFANY NEUMAN is a certified spinning instructor and has a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Ferris State University. tineuman@coloradomtn.edu

SUSAN OLSEN holds a Fine Arts degree from the University of Iowa, as well as an MEd. She began her career teaching art at the secondary level and has taught college students and adults. She began figure sculpting over a decade ago, studying under sculptors Paul Lucchesi, Kirsten Kokkin, and Susan Cliard. solsen@coloradomtn.edu

SUSAN PEARSON is devoted to the art of living and yoga. She holds a degree in Urban Studies and Planning, along with over 200 hours of yoga training. Susan has experience in Ashtanga, Kundalini, Vinyasa, Anusara, and Hatha yoga.

BO PERSIKO, M Div, did his graduate studies in religion and psychotherapy and was a Lutheran minister. While working as the clinical director of a psychiatric treatment program for adolescents and their families, he became licensed as a clinical social worker. For a time he also studied and practiced Zen Buddhism. After several years of study of the Hebrew bible, he converted to Judaism. He is now a practicing psychotherapist. fpersiko@coloradomtn.edu

CHRISTOPHER PHILLIPS, a.k.a. Biff, has been teaching guitar for decades. Chris relocated from Los Angeles to Aspen in 1988 and co-founded the Basalt Battle of the Bands in 1999. Biff teaches the Blues, Classical, Jazz, Bluegrass, and Celtic guitar, along with other instruments like piano, bass and drums. Chris is committed to fostering an ongoing interest in music, and has placed many of his students in performance-ready ensembles with great success.

MICHAEL PIER is a native to the Roaring Fork Valley and believes workouts should be motivating and empowering. He is a certified group fitness and personal trainer. mpier@coloradomtn.edu

POLLY POLLARD, BFA, recently earned a CELTA certification in teaching English as a Second Language. ppollard@coloradomtn.edu

DEBBIE REDMOUNT earned an MA in TESOL from the Monterey Institute. She is a public school teacher with the Basalt School District.  

JOANNA RODDEN, BA, holds a bilingual endorsement and lived in Mexico for over twenty years. jrodden@coloradomtn.edu

ANNE ROLAND has a BA from the Ministry of Education in Belgium in Architecture and Visual Arts/Photography. She has been a freelance photographer and columnist, a private chef and caterer and a French teacher and tutor in the Aspen area. aroland@coloradomtn.edu

SUSAN SANCHEZ has a BS in mathematics from Colorado State University and a MS from the University of Colorado. She has 35 years experience teaching mathematics including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. sfsanchez@coloradomtn.edu

NATASHA SEEDORF, a former jewelry-making student at CMC, holds an MFA and a BFA, magna cum laude, in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from the University of Georgia. nseedorf@coloradomtn.edu

LEE SHAPIRO is a professional watercolorist whose paintings are exhibited in galleries across the United States and Canada. He holds a Master’s degree in Hospital Administration. hshapiro@coloradomtn.edu

SHAYNE MORGAN SLEDGE received a BA from University of California at San Diego and has studied yoga and meditation for over 20 years. She is currently teaching yoga and meditation in the Aspen area. ssledge@coloradomtn.edu

STAN SNYDER is a certified public accountant. He received a BS in Business Administration from the University of Denver and is a certified Quickbooks® ProAdvisor and a certified MOUS (Microsoft Office User Specialist). ssnyder@coloradomtn.edu

MARTI STUDE is a licensed clinical social worker and former healthcare administrator. She has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Louisville and a Masters in Healthcare Administration from Washington University in St. Louis. Past experience includes developing a counseling program for cancer patients and families, directing a cancer center, and hospital administrator. Since moving to the Roaring Fork Valley in 2005, Marti has worked with Pathfinders for Cancer, Valley View Hospital, and Hospice of the Valley. She is married to Ted Stude and they enjoy hiking, biking, golf, and all the wonderful cultural activities in the surrounding area. They have one daughter, Laura who lives in St. Louis, and a frisky 12 year old Airedale terrier, Molly.

CHRISTINA TINKER After teaching adults in the business world as a Corporate Trainer for many years, she began teaching Psychology about 3 years ago, for University of Phoenix, Kaplan University, and CMC, in both in-person and online formats.

CHRISTINE TINNER graduated from Michigan State University (James Madison College), with a bachelor’s degree in Urban Policy and Psychology. After many years as a massage therapist and vocational instructor, Christine obtained a TEFL, taught English in Switzerland, and obtained a Master’s in Education specializing in Literacy from Walden University. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in Education: Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment also from Walden University. Christine serves as the Special Learning Needs Coordinator for developmental courses. She teaches EDU 131, EDU 133, EDU 222, College preparatory reading, Adv. ESL, and GED preparatory courses. ctinner@coloradomtn.edu 

KATE VAN ALSTINE received a BS from the University of Illinois. Her enthusiasm for clay began at Lill Street Studios in Chicago, and continued at Anderson Ranch.  kvanalstine@coloradomtn.edu

SARA VOORHEES BERRY graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Philosophy and Literature from Lake Forest College, and completed an MA in English at CSU, where she taught English composition.  She holds an RSA/ESL diploma and has taught ESL in Indonesia. sberry@coloradomtn.edu

GEORGEANN WAGGAMAN has a BA in Interior Design and Illustration from the Los Angeles Art Center College of Design. She first worked as an interior designer in Los Angeles and since 1973 as an architectural illustrator throughout Colorado. For the past ten years she has concentrated on painting watercolor landscapes. ghayes@coloradomtn.edu

CINDY WALLACE-MAESTAS is an AFAA certified personal trainer, has extensive background in coaching and playing soccer, and loves to help students find the joy of exercise. cmaestas@coloradomtn.edu

REBECCA WEISS is a naturalist who has helped conduct local bird counts, biological surveys, and ACES programs over the past 13 years. She holds a BS in Biology and a MA in Environmental Education, and has worked on bird research teams at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory and on Manua Kea, Hawaii.

BRIAN WELLS is a graduate of Colorado State University with a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. Brian is a lifelong Roaring Fork Valley resident and brings 8 years of construction management and trade experience to the firm. Brian holds a certificate of designation as a Certified Professional Constructor from the American Institute of Constructors. Additionally Brian holds a light commercial construction BEST card. Prior to joining the Crystal Springs Builders, Brian held a project management position with a large heavy civil construction firm based in Anchorage, Alaska. Brian’s projects ranged from remote airport runway construction, city roadway re-construction, and underground utility installation. bwells@coloradomtn.edu

CRAIG WILLIAMS holds a BA, JD, and is a Paramedic. Craig was born in New York City and has lived in the Roaring Fork Valley on and off since 1982. Craig currently lives in Basalt, and works as a Paramedic with Basalt and Rural FPD and at the Aspen Valley Hospital in the ICU and ER departments. Craig has been helping to teach EMT and Paramedic classes at the CMC Aspen and Edwards campuses for several years.

GERRY WILLIS has an Associate of Fine Arts degree and a BS in Digital Design from the University of Cincinnati. He is currently self-employed as a web site designer and developer. gwillis@coloradomtn.edu

LEE WILSON has a BA in Chemistry from Grinnell College and an MS in Geology from the University of Colorado. Prior to CMC, he taught Geology at Angelo State University, San Angelo, TX. lcwilson@coloradomtn.edu

KERRY WIRTH received a BSE degree from the University of Kansas. She is an American Red Cross instructor and instructor trainer for CPR, first aid, and AED, a water safety instructor, lifeguard training. Kerry is also a PSIA certified ski instructor and American Heart Association Basic Life Support instructor. She is the emergency medical services and risk management coordinator for CMC, Aspen. kwirth@coloradomtn.edu

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Colorado Mountain College Aspen  Staff

LINDA CROCKETT is the Aspen Campus dean. She earned her BS from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, MS from the University of Colorado-Boulder, and is completing her doctorate from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix. She has taught for Colorado Mountain College, the University of Denver, and Chapman University. Linda was formerly the National Education Director for Professional Ski Instructors of America-American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) and recipient of the association’s National Educational Excellence Award. Prior work included health promotion and disease prevention for the Colorado Department of Health and Environment and for the Institute for Health Education in Denver. Certifications have included diabetes education (American Association of Diabetes Educators), clinical exercise physiologist (American College of Sportsmedicine), EMT, and alpine and nordic ski instruction. An avid mountain enthusiast, Linda has hiked numerous peaks, and has taught skiing for Aspen, Eldora, and Durango Mountain resorts in Colorado, and Snowbird in Utah. Crockett has been with CMC since 2006. lcrockett@coloradomtn.edu

JENNIFER CANTWAY received her MA in Educational Psychology in 2007 and her BA in Psychology in 2005 from the University of Redlands in Southern California. Jen has seven years of prior experience in k-12 and therapeutic settings. She has been with Colorado Mountain College since 2013 serving as a College Counselor. jcantway@coloradomtn.edu

LINDA GERDENICH is delighted to be assisting with the front desk at CMC. Linda is the former PR Director for the City of Aspen and Sport Obermeyer, and a long-time ballerina who still takes classes with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. lgerdenich@coloradomtn.edu

ANNIE HENDERSON holds a BA in Environmental Policy from Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. She currently serves as the Executive Administrative Assistant under Dean Linda Crockett. Additionally, Annie is the executive director of the Upper Private Boaters Assoc., a local river advocacy non-profit which she co-founded in 2014. ahenderson-selle@coloradomtn.edu

LIZBETH JACOBS received her BA in English from the University of Maryland University College, Europe. Lizbeth is an Administrative Technician and has been at CMC in Aspen since 2014. lvjacobs@coloradomtn.edu

WILLIAM (RICK) JOHNSON is Instructional Chair working with CMC-Aspen’s Economic and Community Development programs-including Sustainability Programs, Career and Workforce Development, Computers, Business and EMS. He has a PhD, and MA in Political Science from Duke University, and a BA from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Rick has been a teacher and administrator in higher education for nearly 30 years. wjohnson@coloradomtn.edu

REBECCA ARRINGTON JONES received her MAEd in Instructional Leadership from Argosy University in 2011 and has a BA in English and EPO Biology from the University of Colorado. She has taught developmental mathematics at CMC and math and science in the RE-1 School District, as well as previously working in the landscaping field. rarrington@coloradomtn.edu

KELLY KING BEJARANO transferred from Morehead State University in Kentucky, and received her AA degree from Colorado Mountain College and will soon be applying for one of CMC’s BA programs. Kelly has been at the Aspen campus and an Administrative Technician for 6 years and is excited to be here for many more. kbejarano@coloradomtn.edu

ANNE MACLEAN  holds a HBA in Anthropology from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. Anne is an Administrative Technician and has worked for CMC in Aspen since 2005. amaclean@coloradomtn.edu

MARGARET MAXWELL received her BA in English from California State University, Northridge, and her MFA from University of California, Irvine. Her poetry and non-fiction has appeared in a number of professional journals, including The Southwest Review, The Midland Review, and Southwest Magazine. She has been teaching English and Literature at the college level for over 20 years, and currently serves as an Instructional Chair, and Academic Lead for Colorado Mountain College, Aspen campus, with particular attention to the Arts and Sciences. Projects in the last year include: Early Childhood Education initiatives, Teacher Education research and proposal building, and Neuroscience as it relates to education. mmaxwell@coloradomtn.edu

CHRISTINA MONTEMAYOR is the Account Manager and received her BA in Business Administration from the University of Arizona. She has over 15 years of banking and financial experience. Christina is very passionate about her career and family. She has lived in the area since 2002 and plans on being here many more with her fabulous family. cmontemayor@coloradomtn.edu

DUFFY SNELL is the IT Tech at the Aspen campus and was born and raised in Alaska. Duffy is married to Joanne and has three great kids. He graduated from CMC with an Associates degree in Standard Computer Networking, and Interned with CMC and the City of Glenwood IT departments. Duffy loves to hang out with his wife and kids, mountain bike, build custom PCs and PC gaming. dsnell@coloradomtn.edu

 

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