Colorado State University - Pueblo Alumni Association Announces New Board Members

Colorado State University - Pueblo Alumni Association Announces New Board Members

PUEBLO – The Colorado State University-Pueblo Alumni Association has announced its board of directors for 2011-12.  The Alumni Association enhances the relationship among alumni, the university, and the community.

Chad Heberly, a 2004 graduate in economics and business management, will serve as board president.  Heberly is the commercial relationship manager with US Bank.  Joining Heberly on the executive committee are: Mark Gazette, A92, vice-president, director of facilities management with Pueblo City Schools; Lydia Martinez, A09, treasurer, team manager with the Pueblo Service Center of State Farm Insurance; and Matt Centner, A02, at-large representative,  account executive with Comcast Spotlight.

The Alumni Board is comprised of volunteers with diverse backgrounds and fields of expertise.  Other board members returning this year are: Abbey Algiene-Esquibel, A95 & A02; Jill Toussaint, A03, director of academic advising with GOAL Academy; Dr. Luis Valerio, A68, CSU-Pueblo retiree; and Lisa Vigil, A06, administrative assistant at the Pueblo Country Club.  Also returning to the board is Andrew Ritterling, a CSU-Pueblo business management/business administration major, who serves as a student representative on behalf of the President’s Leadership Program. 

New additions to this year’s alumni board include: Lana Brumfield, A09, assistant professor of nursing at CSU-Pueblo; Mark Gregory, A89, agent with Mark Gregory Insurance Agency, Inc./State Farm Insurance; Judy Hildner, A70, sports editor at The Pueblo Chieftain; and Sandy Romero, A85, communications manager with Bechtel.

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Colorado State University - Pueblo is a regional, comprehensive university emphasizing professional, career-oriented, and applied programs. Displaying excellence in teaching, celebrating diversity, and engaging in service and outreach, CSU-Pueblo is distinguished by access, opportunity, and the overall quality of services provided to its students.