Members of the Alumni Association Council meet on campus at the Alumni Association Council Forum in the spring and "virtually" one or more times throughout the year. New members are elected by the AAC to an initial two-year term which may be renewed for two, three-year terms for a total length of service of eight years. 

AAC 2024

Three members of the Alumni Association Council sit on the College's Board of Trustees. The current president of the Alumni Council, Jennifer Hoglin '91 the immediate past president, Ed Bowditch '86,and another past president, Kyle Samuels '92, are members of the Board of Trustees. 

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Jennifer Hoglin '91Jennifer Hoglin
Park City, UT
Governance Committee 
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While at CC Jen enjoyed contributing to CC Women's Soccer history as a member of the 1987-91 teams. After graduation and with her anthropology degree in hand, she moved back to Costa Rica, where she studied abroad, to be a fourth grade school teacher. Upon return to the states, she continued on to graduate school, earning a M.B.A. from Olin School of Business at Washington University in St. Louis. Throughout her professional career, Jen has had the fortune to work in marketing, where she has traveled the world capturing voice of customer to improve products and strengthen global brands. Jen lives in Park City, Utah, with her husband, four children, and two dogs.


 Ed-Bowditch.jpgEd Bowditch '86
Denver, CO
Governance Committee
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Since graduating from CC in 1986, Ed Bowditch has lived in Denver and worked at the state capitol. He was on staff at the Colorado General Assembly for 10 years, and served as vice chancellor for the Colorado State University System for seven years. Ed has worked as a lobbyist at the state capitol (focusing on education and human services issues) and as an education consultant for school districts and colleges in Colorado. In addition to a B.A. from Colorado College (in history/political science), Ed has a master's degree in public policy from Harvard. Ed is married to CC alum 

Ed Casias '87   Ed-Casias.jpg
Dillon, CO
Governance Committee Chair

Ed is a first-generation college student who feels fortunate to have attended Colorado College. At CC, he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, the baseball team, and the Business and Economics Student Advisory Board. After graduating, he attended The Council on Legal Education Opportunities (CLEO) program at the University of Arizona College of Law before attending The Ohio State University College of Law. Upon graduation and passing the Colorado Bar exam, he worked for a civil law firm in Denver, then as a prosecutor in the 4th, 9th, and 5th Judicial District Attorney's Offices. Along the way, he was lucky enough to meet his wife and start a family. They have two boys and feel blessed to enjoy the Colorado mountain lifestyle. Since 2000 he has been a Summit County Court judge. He is a trustee on The Summit Foundation Board, a policy council member for Summit County Head Start, treasurer for the Summit Lake Dillon Optimist club, and a lacrosse coach for the Summit Stix lacrosse program. He assists CC by locating highly qualified students from non-traditional backgrounds and from rural areas of Colorado.


Committee Chairs 

Julia CollinsJulia Collins '05
Truckee, CA
Scholarship Committee Chair
Nominations and Awards Committee
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Julia graduated from Colorado College with a degree in art history, then immediately began working on the $43.4 million expansion project at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. After the successful completion of the campaign, she relocated with her husband Tom Collins '05 to the San Francisco Bay area. For more than a decade, Julia held various positions in fundraising at Cal Performances, the performing arts presenter at the University of California, Berkeley. Currently Julia is the Director of Development for the JMT Wilderness Conservancy, connecting philanthropists with projects to restore and protect the high Sierra Nevada backcountry. Now based in Truckee, CA, Julia enjoys all that the mountains and lakes have to offer with her husband, Tom, and their son Booker. She has served on the 5, 10, and 15-year reunion committees for her class and acted as a class agent, deepening engagement and encouraging giving from her friends and classmates.


Dan Cooper '66 P'96 and Beth Cooper '66 P'96
50 Year Club Co-Presidents

Dan and Beth were classmates at CC in the class of 1966, engaged in May of that year, and married in December, 1966. They spent three years in Berlin, Germany while Dan served in the Air Force, arriving only six years after the wall went up. Daughter Julie was born there. Son, Clay (Class of '96,) was born after they returned to the States. The Coopers lived in the St. Louis area until Clay's senior year in high school, when they were transferred to Brussels. After returning from Brussels, Dan worked in the academic health care field in St. Louis and Philadelphia. They returned to Colorado in 2008, moving to Buena Vista where they started COOPER LLC, their real estate company, which is still active today. In 2020 they moved closer to campus, now living in the Kissing Camels area and enjoying all that CC has to offer, particularly a nationally ranked hockey team.In addition, Beth and Dan continue their international travels, real estate in Chaffee County, and volunteering for Silver Key Senior Services.

Beth and Dan have been active in the affairs of Colorado College since the mid-1970s. In 1995, Dan was asked to join the CC Board of Trustees as a Charter Trustee and now continues as a Trustee Emeritus. They are pleased that they have been able to establish two endowments, The Bethany Anneberg Cooper Endowment in Art History (income provides funds for seniors to go on the annual New York City art trip), and the Marie Coleman Cooper '26 Scholarship for legacy students.

Allie-Romo.jpgAllie Romo '14
Alumni and Student Engagement Committee Chair
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IMG_3980.jpegMark Schlessman '74
Albany, NY
Nominations and Awards Committee Chair
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Mark Schlessman is a member of CC's centennial class of 1974, the class that arrived with the Block Plan. At CC he sang in the college choir, participated in Mountain Club, worked for the SAGA food service, and figured out how to major in biology while his professors were learning how to teach on the Block Plan. After graduation, he earned M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in botany from the University of Washington, and then joined the faculty of Vassar College, where he taught Biology for 42 years. Both recently retired, Mark and his wife Laura are busy traveling, hiking, cycling, kayaking, and looking after their dogs Loki and JoeJoe. Mark serves on the Board of Albany’s Buckingham Pond Conservancy.

Council Members

Lynda-Headshots-7.jpgLynda Duran, Ph.D. '08
Commerce City, CO
Governance Committee
Scholarship Committee
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Lynda Duran is a first-generation Chicana MotherScholar and researcher in higher education. She was an El Pomar Scholar at CC where she served as a Public Interest Fellow. She earned a B.A. in psychology from Colorado College in 2008, a master's in counseling psychology at the University of Colorado Denver in 2012, and a Ph.D. in higher education from the University of Denver in 2023. Her research and practices lie in asset-based scholarship that explores institutional and systemic factors that promote or hinder the engagement and inclusion of historically marginalized populations in higher education. Lynda lives in Commerce City with her family and enjoys reading, writing, and playing poker. Her experience at CC has empowered her to advocate for meaningful change through critical dialogue, research, and practice.

Curtis_Sean_2024.jpgSean Curtis ‘85
Chappaqua, NY
Scholarship Committee 

Sean was a Physics major at CC and played on the football team for four years. He was senior class president, co-led the student health advisory council and occasionally worked on campus washing dishes. After CC, Sean attended Tufts University School of Medicine where he received a Master of Public Health and a Doctor of Medicine. He trained as an Internist with a subspecialty in Infectious Diseases from Columbia University. Sean works in the pharmaceutical industry today to develop medicines and vaccines that can benefit more patients than he could treat as a physician. He has been married to his wife for 31 years and has two college-age sons. 

R.J.-Enga.webpR.J. Enga '95, P'25
Alumni and Student Engagement Committee
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R.J. Enga played 158 games for the Colorado College Men's Hockey team from 1991-95 and went on to serve as assistant coach for the Tigers for seven seasons. In 2021, he became the Director of Hockey Operations and Video Coordinator for the St. Cloud State University Men's Hockey team.

During his four seasons at CC, Enga struck for 61 goals and added 82 assists for 143 points, tying for 37th place on the program’s career scoring list. He set career highs as a senior with 23 goals and 46 points, leading the Tigers to the championship game of the Western Collegiate Hockey Conference Tournament and a berth in the NCAA Division I Ice Hockey Championship. A member of the WCHA All-Academic Team as a junior, Enga graduated in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in international political economy and a minor in philosophy. A 10th-round selection by the New York Islanders in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, Enga played 10 seasons of professional hockey at virtually every level. Career highlights include being named to the East Coast Hockey League All-Rookie Team and All-Star Game in 1996, winning the West Coast Hockey League’s Taylor Cup as a member of the San Diego Gulls in 2003, and becoming the Colorado Gold Kings all-time leading scorer. Enga also played one season with TSV Erding in the German 2nd Eishockey Bundesliga, earning Most Valuable Player honors after recording 41 goals and 61 assists in 64 games.

Enga and his wife, Jessica, were married in the summer of 2018. He is the proud father of two daughters, Kaelin and Makenna. Kaelin is a first-year student athlete on CC Women's Soccer team and was recently named to the 2021 All-Mountain West Newcomer Team (midfielder). Makenna is a junior at Palmer Ridge High School.

Orren-Fox.jpgOrren Fox ‘20 
Brooklyn, NY 
Nominations and Awards Committee and Alumni and Student Engagment Committee
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Orren Fox came to CC from Newburyport, Massachusetts in the fall of 2016.  He majored in Economics and was a member of the CC Prison Project, the Conduct Committee, and a captain of the men’s ultimate frisbee team.  Upon graduating in the spring of 2020, he soon moved to New York and began working as a Paralegal at Harry Jho LLC, where he negotiated derivatives agreements.  He later transitioned to Morgan Stanley as an Analyst in the Alternative Investments group.  While not working, Orren can be found road biking, skiing, or in the cockpit working on his pilot’s license.  He is happy to connect with current and former CC students in the New York area and is always willing to help students gain a foothold in financial services, especially at Morgan Stanley.   

Roger-Friskey.jpgRoger Friskey ‘72 
Baltimore, MD
Nomations and Awards Committee and Akumni and Student Engagment Committee 

Roger was a Political Science major, was elected to Pi Gamma Mu (the national social science honor society), played on the CC tennis team, participated in the CC music scene, founded the Foster Home coffee house and was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity where he served as president for a semester. Roger received his Master’s in Journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. He worked as a television reporter in Green Bay, WI, then worked in the field of corporate communications, eventually serving as faculty at the University of Baltimore’s College of Arts and Sciences, School of Communications Design. Roger is a father and grandfather and performs regularly at local music venues. He also enjoys sailing, squash, golf, tennis and, sometimes, pickleball. 


Lisa-Hartwell-GardnerLisa Hartwell Gardner '90 P'19
Minneapolis, MN
Alumni and Student Engagement Committee
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Lisa grew up hearing about Colorado College from her father, Ken Hartwell '61 and Uncle Ron Hartwell '52, who both played hockey for CC. Lisa met and fell in love with her husband, Anj Gardner '89, while at CC. She was active in her sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta, and graduated in 1990 with a degree in theater. After living and working in Boulder, Salt Lake City, and Dallas, they decided to raise their family in Minnesota, where Lisa is from, and have enjoyed living in Edina.

Lisa has been involved in many volunteer opportunities, including the Junior League of Minneapolis, Edina Public Schools, and Colonial Church of Edina. Her passions include traveling, boating, water and snow skiing, as well as attending group fitness classes. She is proud of her three children, Zach, Emily '19, and Abby. It is very special to have a third-generation Tiger (Emily) in the family.

Jesse HornJesse Horn '07
Baltimore, MD
Governance Committee
Nominations and Awards Committee
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Jesse graduated from CC in 2007 as the president of the "Class of No Bad Days." He majored in political science with a history minor. He earned a J.D. from Cornell Law School in 2010 and an L.L.M. from Temple University Beasley School of Law in 2011. He was selected as Cornell Law School's commencement speaker. After graduation, he served on the Cornell Law School Alumni Association Executive Board. Jesse lives and works in Washington, D.C. as a trial attorney for the federal government. During his time at CC, he interned for U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar. Jesse is admitted to practice law in Colorado, Wyoming, and New York. He was once a national champion snowboarder as well as high school prom king. He still loves to snowboard and fly fish. In addition to cheering on the Tigers, Jesse roots for his beloved Detroit Red Wings.

PatrickGormanPatrick Gorman '87 P'21
Bethesda, MD
Governance Committee
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Patrick Gorman graduated from CC in 1987 with a major in political science and at least a minor in good times. He held executive positions at the Beta House, hosted and participated in campus symposia, and eagerly engaged in community service.

He graduated from the Catholic University School of Law in Washington, D.C. in 1991 and continued in community service, developing welfare-to-work opportunities at public housing authorities across the country. In 1999, he founded Gorman & Associates, a public and private sector business development firm in Washington, D.C. Patrick founded the Gunsinger Group, Inc., a Montana-based minerals extraction company focused on restarting operations at historic, former-producing gold mines. Patrick has two boys, Michael (17) and William (15), and lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with his brilliant wife, Abigail.

Isaac-Green_webIsaac Green '14
Chicago, IL
Governance Committee
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Isaac Green (he/him) graduated from Colorado College with a degree in history/political science. At CC, he served as student body president and Honor Council co-chair. After graduation, Isaac worked as an associate at a boutique management consulting firm, specializing in business growth strategies. He joined a mid-sized manufacturing business as the director of eCommerce. Isaac has served on nonprofit boards for the Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago and the Illinois Science Council. In 2018, he returned to continue his education at Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law. Isaac does triathlons because they're the liberal arts of sports. He loves concerts, comedy, and the Chicago Cubs (and alliteration, apparently). He would be happy to connect with anyone in (or interested in) the Chicago area.

Maria-Barsallo-LynchMaria Barsallo Lynch '07
Aurora, CO
Nominations and Awards Committee
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Maria's work has been rooted in seeking systemic change for challenging social issues by leading funding and fundraising strategy in the nonprofit and political arenas. As a Fellow and Program Director at the El Pomar Foundation, Maria coordinated regional programs and served as a regional representative. Maria served as a Colorado Deputy Finance Director for U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet. After consulting for Colorado College, where she coordinated a nationwide alumni re-engagement initiative, Maria joined The Knowledge is Power Program Colorado Schools' team, serving as director of development.

Inspired by her family's humble roots and her experiences as a Panamanian immigrant to the U.S., Maria founded and leads DESDE, a social enterprise that empowers marginalized Latin American artisans by providing them market access and the tools to navigate it. She is an alumna of the International DO School Fellowship and a NextGen Leader for the international FRED Leadership Forum.

She holds a B.A. in political science and history from Colorado College. Maria lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband Dermot.

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Eric Mellum '90
Foster City, CA
Governance Committee
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A native of Minneapolis, Eric Mellum graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics. Eric started his career as a Systems Engineer for EDS Corporation, and then as a Management Consultant at Deloitte. Today, Eric owns a technology and management consulting firm in the San Francisco Bay Area where he lives with his wife Jennifer. He has also been a professional opera singer, singing with The Minnesota Opera, Opera San José and several others for more than 20 years. Eric loves playing soccer and hockey, as well as international travel and language study. Eric is a former President of the Alumni Association, and a passionate volunteer and advocate for Colorado College.


WWes_Mooneyes Mooney '00
Stevensville, MI
Nominations and Awards Committee
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Wes was a political science major. While at CC, he played football, served as Class of 2000 President, and was a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. After graduation, Wes worked for Kappa Sigma headquarters for two years, then held a variety of sales and marketing roles with Stanley Black & Decker, Crayola, Whirlpool, and Sun Dolphin Kayaks. He is currently the senior vice president of sales at Kids2, makers of Baby Einstein, Ingenuity, and Bright Starts products for infants, toddlers, and moms. Wes resides in Stevensville, Michigan, with his wife, Shelly, and their kids, Logan (15), Peighton (13), and Carson (10). The Mooneys are planning to relocate to Atlanta, GA in 2020.

Heather-Palmer.jpgHeather Palmer ‘81 
Middleboro, MA 
Goverance Committee and Alumni and Student Engagment Committee
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After four wonderful years at CC where she wrote for the Catalyst and The Colorado Springs Sun, edited Critique, worked at the Fine Arts Center, saw the sunrise from Pike’s Peak eight times, went to every home hockey game, and bought a few hundred books at Poor Richard’s, Heather studied in the UK then received an MA in museum studies and historical editing as a Nourse Foundation Fellow.  She was the Historian at Blair House, The President’s Guest House, for five years, then worked for fifteen years as a Curator or Director at several museum sites before becoming Director of a history press for ten years.  For the last ten years Heather worked full-time as an author producing six history books and one novel.  Lucky for her, CC classes now sometimes read some of the books she wrote and she hs been invited back periodically to teach a block or do a guest turn in a class for a few days, most recently last year. 

Sophie-Ramirez.jpg Sophie Ramirez ‘17 
 Scholarships Committee
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Embarking on a diverse journey from Colorado College, Sophie graduated with a Biochemistry degree and a minor in French and Music in 2017. While at CC she enjoyed being a part of the Black Student Union, SOMOS, Interfaith, intramural Hockey, among other clubs. After CC, she pursued a Master’s in Molecular Chemistry at Paris Sciences Sorbonne. After that, Sophie ventured into the world of medical research at the NIH in DC. Fascinated by the world of international development, she then served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Morocco until she was evacuated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now residing in Jordan, she dedicates her time to English Teaching with Fulbright, and actively engaging in volunteer programs funded by USAID. Passionate about global development, she eagerly contributes to the international community, recognizing the importance of collaborative efforts in fostering positive change. 


jreidJudy Reid '65, P'02
Boulder, CO
Nominations and Awards Committee

Judy Reid received her degree in romance languages. She was a member of the Alpha Phi sorority, a class officer, and was on the Colorado College Honor Council. Judy and her husband Richard Collins live in Boulder and have been active supporters of many Boulder initiatives. Judy co-chaired the Mapleton School Centennial Committee and supported the Boulder County Arts Alliance, which acts as a catalyst to incubate, stimulate, and sustain a thriving arts community in Boulder County. Judy is a member of the Alumni Association Council and is eager to connect with alumni along the Front Range.



Kyle Samuel '92
Washington, DC
Governance Committee
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Kyle Samuel graduated from Colorado College with a degree in economics. At CC he was a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity, the Colorado College football team, and the Black Student Union. Upon graduation, Kyle returned home to Denver, Colorado, where he worked as an underwriter for The Chubb Group of Insurance Companies followed by a long tenure with Aon, plc where he was senior vice president and director of sales in Denver before assuming the same role in Washington, D.C. In 2011, Kyle became managing director of the capital region of Wells Fargo Insurance Services. Kyle is responsible for business development, client service, bank cross-sell, and the overall financial performance of Wells Fargo's insurance operations across the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Kyle is a foodie and enjoys travel and playing golf. He is always open to sharing a glass of wine with a fellow Tiger who may be traveling through our nation's capital.

Ben-shellhorn.jpgBen Shellhorn ‘04 
Denver, CO 
Governance Committee and Alumni and Student Engagment Committee
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Ben was a theatre major at Colorado College and participated in intercollegiate debate (ranking 11th in the nation!), was an editor of one of the student publications, and directed, acted in, designed and managed student-led theatre workshop productions and theatre department productions, including directing one of the department’s shows his senior year. Ben served as a student-member of the selection committee where Richard Celeste was chosen as President of the college.

After CC, Ben received a Master’s in Media from the New School and then received his JD/MBA at Duke, where he was president of the graduate student body and a young trustee. He is now an attorney at the Denver office of Hogan Lovells. In addition to serving on the CC Alumni Association Council, Ben is the co-chair or the Duke LGBTQ+ Alumni Network board and an active member of Duke’s Colorado alumni board and the Duke Alumni Association board, where he is the co-chair of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion regional subcommittee.

David-Suchman.jpgDavid Suchman ‘96 
Lee’s Summit, MO
Scholarships and Alumni and Student Engagement  Committee
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Dave graduated in the Class of 1996 from CC, whose motto was: "no internet, no cell phones, no problem!"  At CC, Dave was a member of the Big Cat swim team, Sigma Chi fraternity, CCCA, Class Officer, and Livesounds Committee.  Upon graduating, he attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry where he graduated with a DDS in 2000.  Following his residency in General Dentistry in 2001, he joined his father's dental practice in Independence, MO, just outside of Kansas City.   

Dave has been heavily involved in the dental community in his over 20 years of private practice, acting as President of the Kansas City Dental Society in 2013, Chairman of the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Dentistry's Foundation from 2020-2022, and is currently the program planner for the Midwest Dental Conference, Kansas City Dental Society meetings, and the Missouri Dental Association summer conference.  He volunteers his time treating patients from Hope House, a shelter for abused women and their children and also treats medically compromised patients from the Dental Lifeline Network.  In his spare time, Dave enjoys traveling, biking, snow skiing, swimming, going to movies, playing water polo, wake surfing, and watching the KC Royals, KC Chiefs, Sporting KC, and KU Jayhawks.  Dave and his wife Kelly (who is also a dentist) have an 18 year old son named Jacob who is a first year at Davidson College in North Carolina.  Even though Jacob chose Davidson over CC, Dave still loves him! 


Sarah-Lee-WinsteadSarah Lee Winstead '08
Minneapolis, MN
Alumni and Student Engagement Committee
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Sarah brings a rich and varied background to her volunteer work, including skills and experience in relationship cultivation, project management, editorial writing, and event planning/execution.

After studying theater at CC, Sarah earned a M.S. in marriage and family therapy from Northwestern University and spent several years at a nonprofit psychotherapy practice in Oakland. In 2012, Sarah launched a Bay Area-focused fashion blog before becoming an editor at 7x7 Magazine. Sarah works at Grow Marketing, an experiential/events marketing agency in North Beach.

Sarah serves as social media and events chair for ArtPoint, a young professional arm of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. She is a board member of Haight Ashbury Psychological Services, and had hosted fundraisers for Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

When not working or volunteering, Sarah takes advantage of all that the Bay Area has to offer, whether it's hiking in Point Reyes, swimming in the bay, or visiting family. Sarah lives with her husband James and a large collection of Stephen King novels.

Elliott-Williams-Headshot2.jpgElliott Williams '21
Denver, CO
Alumni and Student Engagement Committee
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Elliott Williams came to CC from his small hometown of Norwich, Vermont. He majored in political science and wrote his thesis on the possibility of human happiness in modern society. His fondest CC memories include classroom discussions on justice and free will, cutthroat rugby games and goofiness, participating in Relations the Play, and connecting with CC leadership and alumni through his work as Student Trustee. After completing El Pomar Foundation's Fellowship program in Colorado Springs, Elliott moved to Denver to start Elliott Mitzi Consulting, which supports mission-driven organizations with communications, strategy, and stakeholder engagement. 

Jeffrey-Zager.jpgJeffrey Zager ‘10 
Nashville, TN  
Nomations Awards Committee and Scholarships Committee
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At CC, Jeffrey was an Economics major and an English minor, but (like any liberal arts student) he enjoyed taking a variety of classes beyond those fields - Forest Ecology of the Colorado Front Range comes to mind as a particular favorite. Outside of the classroom, Jeffrey served as President of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and President of the Interfraternity Council. He also served on the student conduct committee and was one of two students selected to be part of the Dean of Students Search Committee.   

Following graduation from CC, Jeffrey returned to his hometown of Nashville to attend Vanderbilt Law School, graduating with his JD in 2013. After law school, he spent two years as a judicial law clerk for two different judges before joining the law firm of Neal & Harwell in Nashville where he is now a partner. 

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