Colorado Mountain College foundation board members step down
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL VALLEY, Colorado – As two members serving on the Colorado Mountain College Foundation Board of Directors step down, three new members are coming on board.
Eileen Miller, of Vail, and Herb Feinzig, of Carbondale, have served two terms each on the board. Their terms end June 30.
Miller, a former English and history teacher, says she will miss her association with the community college’s foundation, which raises funds to support scholarships and expansion at the college.
Feinzig was a vice president with GlaxoSmithKline for nearly 20 years before retiring in 1996. He says he’s seen Colorado Mountain College grow and mature during his time on the board.
Ed Hill of Steamboat Springs, a former chairman of Colorado Mountain College’s elected board of trustees, will joining the board. Hill’s history with the college goes back more than 30 years, when he helped secure funding for the Alpine Campus in Steamboat.
Ron Speaker and Rich Glasier, both of Carbondale, will join Hill.
Glasier is a consultant with the Aspen Community Foundation’s Executive Service Corps, which provides management expertise to Roaring Fork Valley nonprofits. Speaker has more than 23 years of professional investment experience, starting with Janus Capital Group. He recently formed his own company, Equus Private Wealth.
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