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IMPACT 2021

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IMPACT2020–2021“WE’RE OPEN!”FOUNDATION

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THANK YOU! Because of donors like you, the CMC Foundation gave out 760 scholarships to 564 students in 2020-2021 totaling $1,237,369.

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1Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser CMC President and CEOLETTER FROM LEADERSHIPKristin Heath ColonCMC Vice President for Advancement and Foundation CEOPatricia TheoboldCMC Board of Trustees Board President 2015-2021Elaine KeltonCMC Foundation Board Chair What a year! The 2020-2021 academic year was one of the fastest moving, constantly changing years in the history of Colorado Mountain College.At a time when some colleges and universities across the nation are closing or merging due to low enrollment or other challenges, CMC is not only open and operating, we are rapidly adapting and evolving to best serve our communities and students. In fact, in spite of the global pandemic that hit our mountain communities hard, CMC graduated one of its largest classes ever this past May.In these pages, we are delighted to share information with you about each of our 11 campuses, along with dynamic collegewide initiatives that are shaping the lives of our students and positively impacting our mountain region. A few highlights: The nationwide nursing shortage has been particularly acute on Colorado’s Western Slope, prompting us to make strategic investments in new state-of-the-art nursing simulation laboratories in Steamboat Springs, Spring Valley and Breckenridge. We’ve also grown our capacity to oer more scholarships and nancial aid to nursing students who are committed to learning in and serving our local communities. Thanks to our local property tax support, Colorado Mountain College remains one of the most aordable bachelor’s degrees in the nation. However, the cost of living has become a major hurdle for our students and our local employers. Our forward-thinking Board of Trustees has approved $40 million to build new apartment-style housing units at four of our campus locations, where we have existing land to utilize. While CMC’s contributions won’t solve the housing crisis, we strive to be part of the solution. Partnering with our communities is central to CMC’s mission, vision and values. As signature points of pride, CMC is now ocially designated as a Dual Mission Institution and is actively engaged with over 400 colleges and universities across the country that oer an intentional blend of bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees and certicate programs as well as a mix of career-focused and liberal arts oerings. We are also excited to share our recent designation as a Hispanic Serving Institution. This means that over 25% of CMC’s student body is Hispanic/Latinx and – most importantly – succeeding. With this designation comes access to new federal funding that enhances services for all students at CMC.It’s been a big year at Colorado Mountain College. Thank you for your support and condence. We’re excited to share a few stories of IMPACT this past year in the pages that follow.In partnership,

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2CMC DISTRICTMAP11 campuses in the Rocky Mountains inspire big possibilities.12,000 square miles, three national forests, six wilderness areas and most of Colorado’s major ski resorts.In the 2020-2021 school year, CMC had:FUN FACTS! Did you know?AspenBreckenridgeCarbondaleDillonCAMPUS LOCATIONSGlenwood SpringsLeadvilleRie SalidaSpring ValleySteamboat SpringsVail Valley14,157students enrolled!8,339 credit students5,255 non-credit students563 students taking both credit and non-credit classeshigh school students (26% of all credit students) are earning concurrent enrollment credits at CMC2,207

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3 Arapahoe Basin Aspen Mountain Aspen Highlands Beaver Creek Breckenridge Buttermilk Ski Cooper Copper Mountain Crested Butte Howelsen Hill Keystone Loveland Monarch Powderhorn Snowmass Steamboat Springs Sunlight Vail Winter ParkNEARBY SKI RESORTS12345678910111213141516171819

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4ASPEN COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 877 Students 413 credit students: 49 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 366 non-credit students 98 taking both credit and non-credit classesThe Aspen campus oers over 30 degrees and certicates including studio art, business administration and EMT Basic.CMC Aspen is a hub for non-credit students taking advantage of arts and ceramics oerings, where the CMC Aspen Art Gallery also hosts numerous art shows through the year.Top programs by enrollment: Associate of Arts Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Associate of Arts EMT Basic Environmental Studies Emphasis – Associate of ArtsFOOD & WINE The CMC Culinary Team partners with the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, serving ice cream made by CMC students and prepping for main-stage events with world-renowned chefs.Longtime CMC Aspen sta member (retired) and “You’re my Hero” scholarship donor Karen Silverman, Aspen campus Dean Steve Skadron and Director of Development Jamie Abbott (from right to left) attend the Roaring Fork Scholarship Reception together, where donors get to meet the students their funds support.ASPEN CAMPUS GALLERY Artist Sarah Ransford and CMC ceramic student Diego Madero attend an Aspen Campus Art gallery opening – following all Covid protocols! Photo Credit: Daniel Bayer Photography4

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5CARBONDALE COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 1,069 students: 431 credit students 153 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 599 non-credit students 39 taking both credit and non-credit classesCarbondale oers over 30 degrees and certicates including early childhood education, pharmacy technician and information technology.Along with a garden, the Carbondale site houses a beehive. The bees and garden are used to reinforce the sustainability culture in Carbondale.Top programs by enrollment: EMT Basic Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Associate of Science Biology Emphasis – Associate of Science Associate of ArtsCMC’s partnership with CORE (Community Oce for Resource Eciency) resulted in three murals in Aspen, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs locations, to raise awareness of climate change through art. Portraits of community members committed to changing their carbon footprint graced these buildings for two months. Photo Credit: Daniel Bayer PhotographyNEW AMBULANCE The EMS/EMT programs are thriving, with the addition of a newly donated ambulance to the Carbondale campus. Thank you Roaring Fork Fire & Rescue for the donated vehicle and talented designers for the makeover!

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6WILDERNESS EMT The high country of Summit County oers the ideal environment for a certicate program in Wilderness Emergency Medical Services. Students learn backcountry rescue and survival, as well as swift-water rescue skills.CLETA Breckenridge is the latest CMC campus to include in its educational programs Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy graduating its rst class of cadets in the spring.CULINARY PROGRAM Culinary students gain real world experience while obtaining a top-notch classroom education. Every year, CMC hosts a fundraiser where community members enjoy delicious food, wine and cocktail pairings. Students work alongside alumni chefs and culinary instructors to create an unforgettable dining experience all while raising scholarship funds for future students.6CMC BRECKENRIDGE also oers Associate and Bachelor of Nursing programs, and the CMC Foundation is currently raising funds for a new high-delity nursing simulation lab on campus, as part of the Campaign for Rural Nursing Success.

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7FACTSServing 1,991 students: 1,162 credit students 379 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 760 non-credit students 69 taking both credit and non-credit classesThe Summit campus oers over 40 degrees and certicates including wilderness EMT, outdoor education, nursing and sustainability studies.The Breckenridge campus is known for its nationally recognized culinary apprenticeship and degree program based at Keystone Resort and its popular non-credit culinary classes for community members. Thirty units of apartment style student housing are available adjacent to the Breckenridge location, with another 30-plus units slated for development.Top programs by enrollment: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration EMT Basic Business Emphasis – Associate of Arts  Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies Associate of ScienceBRECKENRIDGE + DILLON COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

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8DON NGUYEN Don is a rst-generation American and was born in Oklahoma City’s Little Saigon. His parents were refugees of the Vietnam War. Growing up in a at place with little woods or topography, Don was drawn West to the Colorado Rockies to study Outdoor Recreation Leadership at Colorado Mountain College Leadville. Further travels brought Don to the Pacic Northwest where he began his guiding career on Mt. Rainier and Mt. Shasta.Don is also the co-founder of Climbers of Color, a Washington state non-prot that aims to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the climbing and mountaineering community by developing leaders of color.In a CMC small world moment, President Hauser happened to meet Don on a recent descent of Mt. Rainier, where Don is a professional guide.MERILEE MAUPIN – OUR CHAMPION Merilee brings her full heart and soul to champion everything she does. Lucky, lucky us.For the past three years (2018-2021) Merilee has embraced her role as CMC Foundation board chair as benevolently as she does the racers that cross her beloved Leadville 100’s nish line; a race she helped start in the early ‘80s. Just as the Leadville Race Series has been an economic game changer for the town, Merilee has put that same game-changing energy into CMC. And of course, in typical Merilee fashion, she has reected all accolades right back – an attribute of a bona de champion.“It’s a true honor to serve on the CMC Foundation board,” says Merilee. “Getting to know my fellow board members from throughout the district and becoming well acquainted with the diverse and varied programs and unique campuses of this amazing college is pure pleasure. I am so appreciative of having had this opportunity and encourage everyone to get more involved in CMC.” CMC Leadville’s SKI AREA OPERATIONS COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM uniquely prepares students for careers in the ski industry.

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9LEADVILLE COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 826 students: 491 credit students 96 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 309 non-credit students 26 taking both credit and non-credit classesLeadville is home to CMC’s ski area operations program. The campus also oers programs in outdoor recreation leadership, avalanche science and over 40 degrees and certicates including a bachelor’s degree in elementary education.Concurrent enrollment courses at Lake County High School include career industry certicates in welding, culinary arts, basic electrical and construction trades as well as wilderness courses.Top programs by enrollment: Outdoor Recreation Leadership Emphasis – Associate of General Studies Ski Area Operations Emphasis – Associate of Applied Science Fire Science Emphasis – Associate of Applied Science Associate of Arts Snow, Weather and Avalanche Field Tech CerticateCMC’S CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNING TEAM is sponsored by Life Time Fitness that helps support team travel to meets, and On, a Swiss-based athletic shoe and performance sportswear company. The team is outtted with running shoes and competitive training kits each season. We are grateful for the tremendous support of our partnerships with Life Time and On.9

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10RIFLE COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 1,330 students: 650 credit students 268 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 642 non-credit students 38 taking both credit and non-credit classesCMC Rie oers over 40 certicates including concurrent enrollment for local high school students, CMC’s Fire Academy, business administration, certied nurse aide and welding. The campus is home to the Early Learners Center, a state licensed preschool program that also provides childcare services for CMC students taking evening classes.60% of CMC Rie students receive nancial aid.Top programs by enrollment: Associate of Science Business Emphasis – Associate of Arts  Nurse Aid Certicate Associate of Arts Bachelor of Science in Business Administration10

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11SALLY BRANDS and her husband, John Savage, rst supported CMC Rie with their generous gifts to the new Rie campus capital campaign in 2007. A dozen years later, in 2019, Sally joined the CMC Foundation board and is a strong champion of helping us to “grow our own teachers” through gifts to the Rural Teaching Fellowship Program. Through this program, all of CMC’s 4th-year teaching candidates receive a $10,000 stipend to support their completion in the program – $5,000 from private donations and $5,000 matched by the state of Colorado – and agree to stay and teach in our local schools.The CMC WELDING AND DESIGN certicate program develops advanced welding and associated skills in the use of blueprints in planning, as well as design and layout projects.FOOD PANTRY Up to 39% of college students across the U.S. experience food insecurity. CMC is here to help every student meet their needs by providing access to aordable, healthy, culturally relevant food at pantries like this one in Rie.CMC GRADUATE Chloe Krebill has put herself through college while parenting her young child. She now works for CMC as a Peer Mentor at the Rie campus and is graduating in spring 2022 with her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

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12FACTSServing 486 students: 270 credit students 182 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 204 non-credit students 12 taking both credit and non-credit classesThe Salida campus oers over 20 degrees and certicates including emergency medical technician, certied nurse aide and business administration.Area taxpayers voted overwhelmingly to annex Salida and Poncha Springs into CMC’s district in 2019. 62.9% of students on campus receive nancial aid.Top programs by enrollment: EMT Basic Bachelor of Arts in Education Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Accounting Emphasis – Associate of Applied Science Associate of ScienceNEW CAMPUS It’s been more than 30 years since Colorado Mountain College expanded its district to include a new community. In November of 2019 voters chose to annex Salida and Poncha Springs into CMC’s district, creating the newest CMC campus. In 2020, Salida launched its rst programs and now students can enroll in certicate, associate and bachelor-level classes.GRADUATION Salida’s rst commencement ceremony celebrated an impressive 36 graduates.12SALIDA COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

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13CMC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 13The CMC Alumni Association is a free membership program designed to foster lifelong, meaningful relationships and support for CMC alumni. To stay involved with CMC classmates, friends and instructors: Join the CMC Alumni Association by completing the registration form at ColoradoMtn.edu/Alumni Visit/follow CMC’s Alumni Page at Facebook.com/CMCAlumniFor additional information about alumni opportunities and resources, contact the Colorado Mountain College Foundation oce: 970.947.8378 / cmcfoundation@coloradomtn.edu

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14SPRING VALLEY AT GLENWOOD SPRINGS COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 865 students: 837 credit students 12 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 14 non-credit students 14 taking both credit and non-credit classesA residential campus on 811 acres overlooking Mt. Sopris, CMC Spring Valley is home to the Isaacson School and the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy and oers over 50 degrees and certicates including outdoor education, business, sustainability studies and nursing.Students benet from more than $35 million in new capital improvements, including the J. Robert Young Alpine Ascent Center, the Outdoor Leadership Center and Field House featuring a 38-foot climbing wall and ve collegiate-sized soccer elds and the newly renovated Summit Student Commons and Sopris Residence Hall.Future development includes 30-plus units of apartment style student housing and a high-tech nursing simulation lab.Top programs by enrollment: Nursing associate and bachelor’s degrees Veterinary Technology Emphasis – Associate of Applied Science Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy Criminal Justice Emphasis – Associate of Applied Science Bachelor of Science in Business AdministrationVET TECH Spring Valley’s veterinary technician program features a 220-acre veterinary farm with large and small animals.14

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15GLENWOOD SPRINGS CENTER COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 1,645 students: 699 credit students 85 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 911 non-credit students 35 taking both credit and non-credit classesThe Glenwood Center oers over 50 degrees and certicates including teacher education, business administration and concurrent enrollment at Glenwood Springs High School. The center is home to the Children’s Mini College, a full-day preschool and a nonprot under the Colorado Mountain College Foundation.Top programs by enrollment: Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Business Emphasis – Associate of Arts  Associate of Science  Social Work Emphasis – Associate of ArtsDR. JEFF MEYERS Dr. Meyers has been a professor of veterinary technology at CMC for over 20 years.COLORADO CHILD CARE CONTRIBUTION CREDIT When you make a donation of $250 or more to the CMC Foundation for an approved child-care related program at Colorado Mountain College, you can qualify for an additional tax credit of 50% via the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit. Opportunities include Early Childhood Educator Scholarships (Collegewide), Early Childhood Education Programs (Collegewide), Children’s Mini College (CMC Glenwood Springs), Kid’s College (CMC Vail Valley at Edwards) and the Early Learner’s Center (Rie).THE OUTDOOR LEADERSHIP CENTER AND FIELD HOUSE Gym, climbing wall, soccer elds, disc golf course, mountain bike trails and tness classes are available to students and the community.CLETA Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy graduate Aurelio Rubio is a police ocer in New Castle who is now working toward a Business degree at CMC.

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16THE BEAR PARK PERMACULTURE CENTER is a living laboratory for sustainability studies students. Thanks to the generosity of donors and the dedication of Steamboat faculty, sta and students, this year-round facility oers hands-on experience (and fresh produce!) to cultivate the next generation of sustainability experts.Heartfelt thanks to Bere Neas who, in June 2021, completed nine years of service on the CMC Foundation Board of Directors, including serving as chair from 2015-2018. He will remain on the board as an ex-ocio member. Bere challenged the Foundation to fully embrace its mission and the college’s vision to be the most accessible, innovative, student-centered college in the nation. Food insecurity for college students is a growing crisis and holds a soft spot for Bere. CMC Steamboat was the rst campus to oer a food pantry for students in need, opening in 2020. The Neas Family Dining Hall at CMC Steamboat is testament to Bere’s longstanding, generous commitment to Colorado Mountain College.CMC EAGLES ALPINE SKI TEAM Steamboat Springs is home to CMC’s alpine ski team. The team competed in the Division 1 Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association, FIS and NOR-AM races posting several podium nishes in elite-level races. Many thanks to last season’s sponsors, Honey Stinger, One Studio, and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club and to the team’s supporters. Fly Eagles!16

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17HONEY STINGER BEESHoney Stinger, the Steamboat-based sports nutrition company, oered oce space to the college’s Yampa Valley Entrepreneurship Center, while Honey Stinger sta took a beekeeping course at the Steamboat campus and started their own beehive.FACTSServing 2,044 students: 1,156 credit students 309 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 823 non-credit students 65 taking both credit and non-credit classesCMC Steamboat oers degrees and certicates including nursing, ski and snowboard business, hospitality management and sustainability studies. This residential campus is celebrating its 40th year in the CMC district with a new state-of-the-art, $1.5 million nursing simulation lab and 30-plus units of apartment style student housing slated for development. The campus enjoys close connections to Steamboat Springs’ bustling outdoor and tourist industry, with opportunities to intern and work at ski resorts, hotels, restaurants, adventure outtters and gear manufacturers like Honey Stinger, Big Agnes, Ski Haus and Nordica. Top programs by enrollment: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Associate of Arts Business Emphasis – Associate of Arts  Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability Studies Ski and Snowboard Business Emphasis – Associate of Applied ScienceSTEAMBOAT SPRINGSCOLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE

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18VAIL VALLEY AT EDWARDS COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGEFACTSServing 2,473 students: 1,591 credit students 717 concurrent enrollment (high school) students 832 non-credit students 50 taking both credit and non-credit classesCMC’s largest campus by enrollment oers over 50 degrees and certicates including sustainability studies, culinary arts and teacher education.Top programs by enrollment: Bachelor of Science Business Administration Associate of Science Business Emphasis – Associate of Arts  Associate of Arts EMT Paramedic18VAIL VALLEY AT EDWARDS CAMPUSFOOD FOR THOUGHT The Community Market at CMC re-launched in 2021 thanks to generous support from the Eagle Valley Community Foundation. The robust food pantry includes selections of canned goods, protein and fresh produce, much of which comes directly from the Vail Valley campus garden. Now considered an essential wrap-around service, the market provides nourishment for both mind and body for an average of 55 students each week.

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19DORIS J. DEWTON (1947-2021) redened what dedicated community engagement looks like at CMC. She served three terms on the College’s elected Board of Trustees, eight years on the CMC Foundation Board and was a highly engaged member of the Vail Valley Advisory Council, the Scholarship Review Committee, and the President’s Advisory Council. She was also a visionary donor and the creator of the Vail Valley’s HERO Scholarship Fund, which has awarded $750,000 in scholarships to date, supporting over 500 students at the Vail Valley campus alone. Doris knew the power of education to transform lives and made it her business to open those doors of opportunity to any student who had the dream but not the means. She never sought attention or credit, but gave fully of herself each and every day. The passion she poured into our institution and into our communities at large is a true testament to her life of service. CMC would not be the college it is today without Doris, and we are forever grateful.COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS CMC Vail Valley is most impactful when partnering with organizations that share our same passion. My Future Pathways and Guardian Scholars are two local non-prots who t that mold. In addition to being generous donors to CMC, they provide life coaching, mentoring and personalized attention for many of our rst-generation students, creating a win-win-win for their organizations, the college and most importantly the students.EXPANDED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES Earlier this year, the state of Colorado approved Eagle County School District to create the rst rural “Pathways in Technology Early College” (P-Tech) High School, an innovative partnership between the school district, local employers and CMC. Convenient that the high school is right next door! The program prepares students for high-skill jobs of the future, allowing them to graduate with a high school diploma and a post-secondary, industry-recognized degree. P-Tech students have exposure to possible career paths through job shadowing and internships. IN-PERSON CLASSES Science courses, such as Anatomy and Physiology, continue to be some of the most popular oerings at the Vail Valley campus. Despite challenges over the past year, our students’ enthusiasm for hands-on learning never wavered.

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20CMC’s Campaign for Rural Nursing Success helps nursing students on Colorado’s Western Slope get the training they need to step into the workplace. This new fund will provide: New, high-delity nursing simulation laboratories in Steamboat Springs, Spring Valley and Breckenridge  Scholarships and innovative nancial aid options for CMC nursing studentsCMC’s investment in laboratories will enable our nursing program to oer the highest quality educational experience in the most ecient manner. Students can complete up to 50% of their clinical hours in the simulation lab, reducing the need for costly travel to distant training sites. Simulation is proven to foster the critical thinking, self-condence and quick reexes necessary to prepare students for the clinical environment.“The shortage of available registered nurses on the Western Slope, and throughout the state, is perhaps the most critical issue facing our healthcare system. CMC is committed to addressing this need for our communities. By building new facilities, growing our faculty and providing critical scholarship support for our students, we are rising to the challenge. Ultimately, our communities will benet as more CMC nursing graduates join the patient care workforce in our towns. I hope you will join me in supporting CMC’s commitment to this important eort.” – Tito Liotta, MD, orthopedic surgeon, CMC Foundation board member, and chairman of the Campaign for Rural Nursing SuccessCARBONDALE RESIDENT PAUL BUSHONG has pledged $1.5 million as a challenge match and is inviting other donors to join him in supporting academic improvements at Colorado Mountain College’s Spring Valley campus.RURAL NURSING SUCCESS20

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21*Charts are for illustrative purposes only. Situations vary by individual. Please consult your tax advisor.THE COLORADO ENTERPRISE ZONE PROGRAM provides an additional tax credit on gifts supporting nursing simulation labs at our Steamboat Springs and Spring Valley campuses. Donors who make a qualifying gift may claim an additional income tax credit of 25% on cash donations and 12.5% on stock gifts, up to a maximum yearly credit of $100,000.Federal Income Tax Bracket 25% 33% 39.6%Contribution $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00Childcare contribution credit $(2,500.00) $(2,500.00) $(2,500.00)Charitable deduction (Colorado) $(231.50) $(231.50) $(231.50)Charitable deduction (federal) $(625.00) $(825.00) $(990.00) $682.87 $901.40 $1,081.67Total tax savings $(2,673.63) $(2,655.10) $(2,639.83)After tax cost of gift to CMCF $2,326.37 $2,344.90 $2,360.17Cost per dollar to contribute $0.46 $0.47 $0.47COLORADO CHILD CARE CONTRIBUTION CREDIT When you make a donation of $250 or more to the CMC Foundation for an approved program at Colorado Mountain College, you can qualify for an additional tax credit of 50% via the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit.MAKE TWICE THE IMPACT WITH A $1.5M MATCHING OPPORTUNITY Paul Bushong has pledged $1.5 Million as a challenge match for other donors to join him in supporting the renovation of CMC Spring Valley’s student center and the addition of a nursing education facility. THE CARES ACT provides a Federal income tax deduction for charitable cash contributions of up to 100% of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) in 2021 (up from 60%). This deduction can be enhanced by a Roth IRA conversion.IRA CHARITABLE ROLLOVER• Avoid taxes on transfers of up to $100,000 from your IRA to the CMC Foundation• Satisfy your required minimum distribution (RMD) for the year if you are 72 or older• Reduce your taxable income, even if you do not itemize deductions• Make a gift that is not subject to the deduction limits on charitable giftsGIFTS OF APPRECIATED STOCK Make a bigger impact by donating long-term appreciated securities, including stock, bonds, and mutual funds, directly to charity. Compared with donating cash, or selling your appreciated securities and contributing the after-tax proceeds, you may be able to automatically increase your gift and your tax deduction.COLORADOMTN.EDU/FOUNDATION 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.946.8978 / cmcfoundation@coloradomtn.eduYour donation goes further at the CMC Foundation!Federal Income Tax Bracket 25% 33% 39.6%Contribution $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00Enterprise zone tax credit $(1,250.00) $(1,250.00) $(1,250.00)Charitable deduction (Colorado) $(231.50) $(231.50) $(231.50)Charitable deduction (federal) $(1,250.00) $(1,650.00) $(1,980.00) $370.38 $488.90 $586.67Total tax savings $(2,361.12) $(2,642.61) $(2,874.83)After tax cost of gift to CMCF $2,638.88 $2,375.40 $2,125.17Cost per dollar to contribute $0.53 $0.47 $0.43Reduced federal benefit of tax savingsReduced federal benefit of tax savingsYOUR DONATION GOES FURTHER AT THE CMC FOUNDATIONCOLORADO CHILD CARE CONTRIBUTION CREDIT When you make a donation of $250 or more to the CMC Foundation for an approved childcare related program at Colorado Mountain College, you can qualify for an additional tax credit of 50% via the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit. Opportunities include Early Childhood Educator Scholarships (collegewide), Early Childhood Education Programs (collegewide), Children’s Mini College (CMC Glenwood Springs), Kid’s College (CMC Vail Valley at Edwards) and the Early Learner’s Center (CMC Rie).* Charts are for illustrative purposes only. Situations vary by individual. Please consult your tax advisor.THE COLORADO ENTERPRISE ZONE PROGRAM provides an additional tax credit on gifts supporting nursing simulation labs at our Steamboat Springs and Spring Valley campuses. Donors who make a qualifying gift may claim an additional income tax credit of 25% on cash donations and 12.5% on stock gifts, up to a maximum yearly credit of $100,000.*Charts are for illustrative purposes only. Situations vary by individual. Please consult your tax advisor.THE COLORADO ENTERPRISE ZONE PROGRAM provides an additional tax credit on gifts supporting nursing simulation labs at our Steamboat Springs and Spring Valley campuses. Donors who make a qualifying gift may claim an additional income tax credit of 25% on cash donations and 12.5% on stock gifts, up to a maximum yearly credit of $100,000.Federal Income Tax Bracket 25% 33% 39.6%Contribution $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00Childcare contribution credit $(2,500.00) $(2,500.00) $(2,500.00)Charitable deduction (Colorado) $(231.50) $(231.50) $(231.50)Charitable deduction (federal) $(625.00) $(825.00) $(990.00) $682.87 $901.40 $1,081.67Total tax savings $(2,673.63) $(2,655.10) $(2,639.83)After tax cost of gift to CMCF $2,326.37 $2,344.90 $2,360.17Cost per dollar to contribute $0.46 $0.47 $0.47COLORADO CHILD CARE CONTRIBUTION CREDIT When you make a donation of $250 or more to the CMC Foundation for an approved program at Colorado Mountain College, you can qualify for an additional tax credit of 50% via the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit.MAKE TWICE THE IMPACT WITH A $1.5M MATCHING OPPORTUNITY Paul Bushong has pledged $1.5 Million as a challenge match for other donors to join him in supporting the renovation of CMC Spring Valley’s student center and the addition of a nursing education facility. THE CARES ACT provides a Federal income tax deduction for charitable cash contributions of up to 100% of your Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) in 2021 (up from 60%). This deduction can be enhanced by a Roth IRA conversion.IRA CHARITABLE ROLLOVER• Avoid taxes on transfers of up to $100,000 from your IRA to the CMC Foundation• Satisfy your required minimum distribution (RMD) for the year if you are 72 or older• Reduce your taxable income, even if you do not itemize deductions• Make a gift that is not subject to the deduction limits on charitable giftsGIFTS OF APPRECIATED STOCK Make a bigger impact by donating long-term appreciated securities, including stock, bonds, and mutual funds, directly to charity. Compared with donating cash, or selling your appreciated securities and contributing the after-tax proceeds, you may be able to automatically increase your gift and your tax deduction.COLORADOMTN.EDU/FOUNDATION 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 970.946.8978 / cmcfoundation@coloradomtn.eduYour donation goes further at the CMC Foundation!Federal Income Tax Bracket 25% 33% 39.6%Contribution $5,000.00 $5,000.00 $5,000.00Enterprise zone tax credit $(1,250.00) $(1,250.00) $(1,250.00)Charitable deduction (Colorado) $(231.50) $(231.50) $(231.50)Charitable deduction (federal) $(1,250.00) $(1,650.00) $(1,980.00) $370.38 $488.90 $586.67Total tax savings $(2,361.12) $(2,642.61) $(2,874.83)After tax cost of gift to CMCF $2,638.88 $2,375.40 $2,125.17Cost per dollar to contribute $0.53 $0.47 $0.43Reduced federal benefit of tax savingsReduced federal benefit of tax savingsMAKE TWICE THE IMPACT WITH A $1.5M MATCHING OPPORTUNITY Paul Bushong has pledged $1.5 million as a challenge match for other donors to join him in supporting the renovation of CMC Spring Valley’s student center and the addition of a nursing education facility.THE CARES ACT provides a federal income tax deduction for charitable cash contributions of up to 100% of your Adjusted Gross Income in 2021 (up from 60%). This deduction can be enhanced by a Roth IRA conversion.IRA CHARITABLE ROLLOVER• Avoid taxes on transfers of up to $100,000 from your IRA to the CMC Foundation• Satisfy your required minimum distribution for the year if you are 72 or older• Reduce your taxable income, even if you do not itemize deductions• Make a gift that is not subject to the deduction limits on charitable giftsGIFTS OF APPRECIATED STOCK Make a bigger impact by donating long-term appreciated securities including stock and mutual fund directly to charity. Compared with donating cash or selling your appreciated securities and contributing the after-tax proceeds, you may be able to automatically increase your gift and your tax deduction.

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2222(From left to right) Bob Kuusinen, Routt County Chris Romer, Treasurer Eagle County Marianne Virgili, East Gareld County Bob Hartzell, Lake and Chaee Counties Patricia Theobold, Chair Summit County Peg Portscheller, West Gareld County Charles Cunnie, Secretary Pitkin County (term-limited position ending November 2021)20202021 TRUSTEES(From left to right) Bruce AllbrightEnis Alldredge Jr.Amy Margerum BergKatherine Sharp BorgenPaul D. Bushong Jr.Connie CalawayTerrance CarrollPat ChlouberGlenn DavisJohn FielderRussell GeorgeScott GilbertMark C. GouldCarrie Besnette Hauser Walter Isaacson, Honorary MemberAnn KorologosCristal LoganJames MejiaTyler MoebiusCarrie MorgridgeSteven J. PhillipsGino RossettiCarole SegalMarian SmithJon WarnickErik WeihenmayerJoseph A. YobRobert Young, EmeritusMerilee Maupin, ChairElaine Kelton, Vice ChairRoger Hennefeld, TreasurerKathy Barger, SecretaryEsgar AcostaNorm BacheldorSally BrandsLauren Cornish20202021 FOUNDATION BOARDElizabeth “Lib” DiamondJerry GavendaUrsula GrossRob LeVineFerdinand “Tito” J. LiottaKeith MoettBere NeasSarah VaineEXOFFICIOKristin Heath Colon, CMC Vice President for Advancement and Foundation CEOCarrie Besnette Hauser, CMC President and CEOMarianne Virgili, Trustee LiaisonJoe Yob, Foundation Past ChairNEWLY ELECTED, MAY 2021Michele CardamoneTrish ShapiroDoug Yeakel(Not pictured) Dave Armstrong, Salida Liaison (non-voting) Markey Butler, Pitkin County (elected eective December 2021)20202021 PRESIDENT’S ADVISORY COUNCIL

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23PRESIDENTIAL PEAKS $25,000 and above*Alpine Bank – Glenwood SpringsBlanche C. Hill FoundationBorgen Family FoundationPaul D. Bushong, Jr.Jim and Connie Calaway TrustCatena Foundation*Colorado Mountain CollegeDaniels FundDelta Dental of Colorado Foundation*Bob Follett*Jessica and John FullertonGuardian Scholars, Inc.Johnson and Johnson FoundationAnn KorologosWilfred St. Germain IV*State of Colorado Department of EducationSue C. Rushmore TrustWITH THANKS TO OUR DONORSThe 14’er Society The 14’er Society celebrates the generosity of CMC’s alumni, parents, faculty and friends at varying levels of support named after 22 of the 14,000-foot peaks in CMC’s service area. On behalf of CMC’s nearly 15,000 students, the CMC Foundation sends our deepest thanks and appreciation to all contributors.Donor Roll2020-2021 gifts represent gifts made between July 1, 2020 – June 30, 2021*Represents ve or more consecutive years of givingThe CMC Foundation has made every eort to support the accuracy of this listing. We sincerely regret any omissions or errors and welcome your feedback.David AllenAnonymous (2)Arthur E. Anderson EstateElvin Ray ArranceMichelle Balcomb Estate Paul D. Bushong Jr.Connie and James CalawayGenevieve CloughDoris DewtonChristopher P. Dionigi and Jane Ann MallonWesley DuranMarge and Jerry GavendaFrances Ginsburg and Bob OlsonHolly and Rich GlasierElizabeth GremillionValerie and Noel Harris Carrie Besnette HauserJayne and Ed HillLinda and Peter Jeschofnig Lisa Mattis Jana and Dan MontgomeryLaurie and Tom Mullen Lisa and David Pease Sharon and Robert Pennington Betsy Rapp Joe Reining Martha and Ken Robinson Donna and Gino Rossetti Nancy Smith Terry and Dan Smith Natanee and Matt Spencer Hjalmar Sundin Patty and Robin Theobald Barbara Tuchlinsky Rosamond Perry Turnbull Patricia Harding Walker and Starnes Walker Connie and Jon Warnick Diane and Lester Wells Alexandra Yajko Joyce and Joe Yob J. Robert YoungThe Davenport Legacy Society The Davenport Legacy Society – named in honor of Dr. Joe Davenport, the rst president of CMC – recognizes those alumni and friends who have made future provisions for the CMC Foundation in their estate plans, in any form or amount.

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24Summit Foundation*Hjalmar SundinTom TurnbullJ. Robert Young FoundationVF FoundationCOLLEGIATE PEAKS $14,000 - $24,999*Doris Dewton*Kirsten Fink-Cantele and Giorgio Cantele*Marge and Jerry Gavenda*Susie and Rick GrossmanLumina Foundation for Education*Heidi Palmer and Nicholas Fickling*Segal Family FoundationDrew St. GermainThe Women’s Foundation of Colorado*Vail Valley Cares / Thrifty ShopsMAROON BELLS $10,000 - $13,999*Leslie and Bruce AllbrightKayce and Clark AndersonSue and Howard CarverEl Pomar FoundationFirstBank*Gareld County Board of County Commissioners*Holly and Rich Glasier*Cathy and Walter Isaacson*Jane and Marc NathansonBarbara and Nicholas PayneCarrie Walton Penner and Greg Penner*Vail Resorts Epic PromiseMT. ELBERT $5,000 - $9,999Alpine Bank, Steamboat Springs*Kathy and Carter BargerSally Brands and John Savage*Breckenridge Grand Vacations*Virginia Browning*Doe Browning and Jack HunnCatriona and Michael BurnsSally and Kevin ClairJim ColomboLinda and Marc Crawford*Donna Duhadway*Louise Van K. JacksonLife Time FitnessJenny and Philip MaritzKori McClurg and Barry ShermanJeanne and Dale Mosier*Maria and Marian OleksyMatthew QuigleyQuinton-Fildes-McManamy Family Fund*Roy A. Hunt FoundationStephen Smith*The Rotary Club of Summit CountyUS Bank - Aspen*Connie and Jon WarnickMT. MASSIVE $2,500 - $4,99910th Mountain Division Hut Association*Alpine Bank - BreckenridgeSue Anschutz-RodgersPhillips ArmstrongAspen Elks Lodge #224Bill and Karen Musolf Charitable Fund*Janet and Tim BordenRonald Carlson*Nikken CullmanEverett and Doris Bernardo Family Foundation*Stephanie and Matthew GianneschiJeanette and Scott Gilbert*Frances Ginsburg and Bob OlsonGypsum Chamber of CommerceDeborah Hage*Carrie Besnette Hauser and Je HauserJosie and Rollie HeathVerna and Tom Howard*Kelton Family FoundationBarbara Kessler and Dick SobleLord of the Mountains Lutheran ChurchMichael Anthony Wadyko EstateMoniker FoundationAllison and Frank NavarroObermeyer Wood Investment Counsel, LLLPHensley and James PetersonCHARLES CUNNIFFE / ASPENCharles Cunnie served on the Colorado Mountain College Foundation board for six years and in November, 2021 completed nearly nine years as the elected representative from Pitkin County on the CMC Board of Trustees. “We thank Trustee Cunnie for his many years of service to the board,” CMC President Carrie Besnette Hauser says. “His forward-thinking style and passion for putting students rst will be greatly missed at the college.”

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25Peak One FinancialPSQ Enterprises, Inc.RA Nelson, LLC*Deborah ShanerKaren Silverman*Slifer Smith and Frampton FoundationSharon Sullivan and Thomas Snitzer*Summit County Government*Theobald FamilyWendy and Jon WadeWells PartnershipWest Vail Liquor Mart*Western Eagle Valley Rotary ClubCAPITOL PEAK $1,000 - $2,499*AnonymousMarianne and John Ackerman*Sharon Aguiar and Scott PorterKaren and Enis AlldredgeDavid and Paul AllenBarbie Allen*Alpine Bank - RiePam Arsenault and Kip Wheeler*Bonnie and Dave AskelandAnn and Robert BallMargaret Bass Berglund*Kathy and Bjorn Erik Borgen*Mary BoydAnn Becher Smead and Michael Byram*Ed CarlsonKelly and James CleaverClub Rotario Roaring ForkKathy ColeLauren and Mark Cornish*Bobbi CoxCrawford Properties, LLCLisa McLain and Jim DavenportJanie Enright*Heather ExbyDann FisherCookie and Jim FlaumForster Family Giving FundSusan and William Gillilan*Margaret GilmonJayne and Bob GilsonMatthew GoodsteinGould ConstructionUrsula Gross*Pat HammonJudy and Tom Hampel*Carrie and Roger Hennefeld*Shirley and Richard HuntRobert JankovskySharon KoblinskyDan E. LeVan*Ann and William LieDonna LynneJoan and Pete MartinezMM Brooks Family FundLisa Mattis*Merilee Maupin*Alison and Tim McAdamSteven T. McCauleyLaurie and Thomas Mullen*Donna and Bere NeasDonna NemanicRobin Pavel*PEO Sisterhood Int’l Chapter FU-CODonna and Gino RossettiSue and Mike RushmoreKatherine and Bruce SmithSodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, Inc.Susan and Steve Suggs*The Arches FoundationThe Marr Family FundTown of Breckenridge*Town of FriscoUS Bank – VailMarianne Virgili*Giovanna and Jeremy Voge*Wells Fargo BankDoug YeakelJoyce and Joe YobMT. HOLY CROSS $500 - $999AnonymousEsgar AcostaAlbert Family Charitable Fund*Sara AlmondNancy and Norman BacheldorBank of ColoradoBILLY SCHMICK, JEANNE RYAN AND MICHAEL GONZALES / EDWARDSSustainability students Billy Schmick, Jeanne Ryan and Michael Gonzales were the driving force behind the wildly successful re-launch of the community gardens at CMC Vail Valley Gardens. Their passion and vision lead to a collaboration with New Roots , a local nonprot dedicated to supporting healthy, local, sustainable food access through education, outreach and partnership. In its rst year, the student garden grew over 300 pounds of fresh produce, much of which went directly to the student food pantry on campus.25

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26Linda and Frank BesnetteLynne BierJoan and Henry Bornstein*Thomas Buesch*Katherine and Mark Cesark*City Market Community Rewards*Kristin Heath ColonColorado Women Flyshers, Inc.*Sharon Andersen and Alex De La GarzaDiane DoolittleJohn FielderGreer and Jack GardnerNancy and Wolf Gensch*Lisa and Richard GonzalesKay and Robert Hartzell*Hazpro Consulting, LLC*Rebecca Arrington Jones and Richard JonesKairos of Virginia Beach, Inc.B & K DistributingKimberly Langmaid*Amy and Shane LarsonJean and James Lawson*Regina Lutz and Charlie EckstromKristine Macaluso*Amanda and Rob MartinMonique MelhauserSusan Mizen and Je Troeger*Anne Moll*Joyce and Allyn Mosher*Devin and James NeMargaret Nelson and David KrischeronSean NesbittOneputt Liquors, LLC*Sharon and Robert Pennington*Rachel and Jim PokrandtPeg PortschellerDonna and Bruce Schmeiser*Jette and Rick ShuhSarah SmithSteven SquierStarting Hearts, Inc*Brian TinkerLisa TuthillPam and Lonny VanattaVFW Post 10721 Minturn*Jennifer and Bart VictorRobert WangPYRAMID PEAK $250 - $499Erin AllamanMargaret AllynBetter World BooksClu and Rob BorlandCatherine and Timothy Brandt*Marc BrennanRichard Campbell*Carol Carlson*Dee and Rapid Cartelli*Karleen and Thomas Clark*Claire and Kevin ClarkeSusan, Greg and Mike CordaroMary DombeyMandie DoveyJohn Farnam*Nicole and Stewart FazandeMartina FerrisBarbara FretzRosemary and Peter Gebhardt*Kelly and Dave GiordGlenwood Medical AssociatesJulie HansonSharon Ingersoll*Stephanie and Ken KeisterDonna KerrKonnie Krahn-Prosence and Matthew Prosence*Jean KramlichSandra LettunichDori and Robert LibsonTheodore LongMary Lupica*Carrie and Cooper MallozziBonnie and Keith MoettWILL ST. GERMAIN IV STEAMBOAT ALUMNUS AND DREW ST. GERMAINThe Alligator Juniper Endowed Scholarship for Sustainability Studies was established by CMC-Steamboat alumnus, Will St. Germain IV and his brother Drew St. Germain, with a matching contribution by Will’s employer, Microsoft. This new endowed fund will provide scholarship support for sustainability studies students in perpetuity. Named for their father’s favorite tree at their family home in Arizona, the Alligator Juniper Scholarship will further the family’s passion for sustainability by enabling CMC students to pursue degrees in that eld at the Steamboat Springs campus.

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27Carol Murphy and Michael MillerPatricia and Jitter NolenRosemary PetersonJanet and Stanley PineRed House Architecture, P.C.*Kathryn RegjoKellee Rickenbach*Stephen Rozanski*Diana and Matt ScherrSheri ScrubyAmy SmallwoodNatanee and Matt SpencerCathleen Starkey*Maureen and Michael SteppCharles Svoboda*Janis and Rodrick TaylorMaryellen Thoren*Sandra and Thomas Thwing*Laura Van Deusen and Robert Von AchenAmanda WardSharon YoungFRIENDS OF CMC Gifts up to $249*Anonymous (3)Anonymous (6)Jamie AbbottTessa Allen*Amazon Smile FoundationAntlers Condominium AssociationSharon and Paul Aristo*Yesenia and Jorge Arreola*Chris Alleman and Joshua BlanchardAllen BacherAllie Bailey-GatesBalcomb and Green, P.C.Jen BarchersBrian Barker*Susy and Gary BaumLeah BaxterJonathan BeamNancy Beck*Cynthia BellKris BenslerDee Ann BensonKristal and Georey BertonneauJennifer BesserChantal BinderSara Lee BishopClaire and Charles BlauerJoanie BonessJill BoyleBennett Bramson*Kristine and Robert BrandsMatthew John BrashJulia BrazellJennifer and Benjamin BrennanA. Donnee BritoBeverly and Dennis BrownDarren BrungardtKim BuchananJonathan BurkWendy and Paul BurkeJerey William BurkeMindy BurkhartLauren A. BurnettCherrie BuskohlKimberly CarmitchelJames Carr*Brooke CarsonEugenia CartwrightAndrea CarusoMichelle CavanaughCatherine Chamberlain FinchLynn and James ChapinMolly and Steve ChildElbert Chilson*Margaret and Kent ClementTonya Clenney*Carrie ClickKathleen CoatesKaren and Tom CochranCorinne ColeWill Comerford*Community First FoundationCarol ConrardyChristine CookJennifer CorriganQuincee CottonLorie and Noel CrawfordDebra Crawford Arensman and Russ Arensman*Linda CrockettFlor Cruz-ValdezGloria CuevaEllen CummingsMikayla CurtisHolly and John DavenportJan and Craig Dean*Jeremy DeemAnne and David DelaplaneAmy DennisEileen and Chris DiamondElizabeth Diamond and Peter MorelliKathy and Peter DiltzLisa and Richard Doak*Tinker Duclo*Debra and Larry DutmerEagle River Dentistry*Rebecca and Daniel Edmiston*Laura EggerKevin ElderMarlene and Neil ElekesJames ElliottDeborah and Pat EmanuelLinda and Jim EnglishPaz EscobarTina Evans and Dennis LumDorothy Fairchild

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28Danielle Farness*Adrian FielderBarbara and Anthony FlitcraftNancy and William FloodStuart FoxLeah Frink*Debra FroehlichLinda FroningSuzanne and Stuart GairLeslie GamezSuzie Garramone*Kirsten Gauthier-NewburyStacey and Rob GavrellDanielle Gillman*Laurie Gish-Soliday*Katia GoncalvesLizbet GonzalezSarah and Logan GrantKathi GrayP. Stephen GreenJessica and Pete Guarnero*Leslie GumbrechtFelix HaeuptleHolly HagenKen HampelLeslee HampelLori and Scott HampelRobert HampelMelissa Hampton and Dave Lambeth*Kimberly and Steve HardingJosette HarrisDenise HasbrouckMonia Haselhorst*Paula Hauswirth-CummingsLindsay Herlinger and Johann AbergerSue and Bob HessDavid HickelKevin Hillmer-PegramKathy HoneaEdith HornikJessica HowellMichelle and Brian HozaTracey HughesJoAnna HulettAudrey ImhoKeith and Jenny IngersollJohn JancoV. Gail Jensen*Greg and Sean Jeung*Evelyn and Stanley JohnJohn JonesJennifer Justice*Nancy KahnKathleen and Gilbert KaiserJennifer KemppainenKarla KerekesAimee KimmeyScott KimmeyVeneeya and Timothy Kinion*Kathy Kiser-Miller and Dan MillerMark KittleDina KlancirMartin Kollman*Becky and Charlie KramerAmy Krause*Jamie KruisCOMMON READER A conversation with Anthony Ray HintonCMC Students, faculty, sta, foundation donors and our college communities were all spellbound by author Anthony Ray Hinton’s story of being wrongly incarcerated in an Alabama prison for 30 years. His memoir, “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row” was CMC’s 2021 Common Reader. Mr. Hinton was presented with a photo of the night sky to celebrate his freedom, taken by CMC Isaacson School sta member Seth Andersen.28Participate in CMC’s 2022 Common Reader and explore “The Animal Dialogues” along with your community. Learn more about the Common Reader and where to nd books at colomtn.me/common

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29*Heidi KunzekElaine and Raymond LangstaMaria LargaespadaNick LarkinsBrooke Larson*Geo LautzenhiserKathleen LawCarolyn and John LawrenceMarjorie LearJennifer LeRoux-StewartAri LewisBarbara LewisPatti LindquistJoelyn LinnEldon LittonSam LivingstonVinh LuuChris MacDonaldConnie MackayAnne and Archie MacleanElizabeth MaleyMaureen MalloryMichelle and Brian MaloneyBenita MartinezMonica Martinez RamirezLiz and Tanner MasonKala MatzdorfAnne MayberryMonika Mayer*Leona MayoKelli McCallPaul McCuddenJoni and John McCutchenJennifer and Brian McGill*Donna McKibbinSharon and Brit McLinSharon MerchantJulia Metzger*Andrew MikitaSherry and Timothy MilfordElizabeth Miller*Lisa Jaye Miller and James SweeneyJosh Miller*Christina and Eric MontemayorBradford Moore*John MoraIan MorrisAmy and Jim MorrisonCiara MorrisonMarka MoserAmy MungerColleen Murray*Athena MurrayRebecca MusselmanMy Future Pathways FoundationDavid NegreteNils NelsonDiane NelsonShari NeurothSusan Neville*Virginia NicolaiBob Niedergerke*Mary Ann and Perry Ninger*Jonathan Norling*Debbie NovakVito NuccioXochitl OchoaMarie OrlinRobyn and Lambert Orton*Katherine OstenAndrea Palm-Porter*Gina Pedrick*Cleo PerkinsPessel FamilyAnne PetersenNancy PetersonSandra PetersonTiany Pippin and Michael DunkleBrian Plautz*Kristie Poll*Justin PollackAmy PoppieJesse PorterSandra Puc*Donna PulkrabekAndrew Pyrc*Jennifer and Michael Rhoades*Sandi and Jimmy RickertShelley RickstrewDanyelle L. RigliHuey Roberts*Stacey and Chris RomerJoan RootPablo RosasDeborah Rose*Barb and James RossDebbie and Kevin Royer*Randall Rudasics*Kathie Rudasics*Jerey RunyonMarybeth Ryznar AndersonSonya SallakMarilyn and Mike SandersBeez SchellSusan ScherlingJoyce SchreinerEvan SchulteRena ScottSandy and Kent ScripsickDara SeidlWindy SeligMiriam ShawStephanie Shea*Danielle and Trey SheltonRyan ShepherdRoseanne SheppartSteven Sherman-Boemker*Ming ShiaoBarbara ShipleyTerri Shippen*Linda and Richard Shoup

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30Bob SidesJune and Tom SilvaRob SimpsonSteve SkadronCourtney SmazinskiMarnie StelzerDiana and Joshua Stepanek*Paula Stepp and Frank MartinAmy SternSteven StewartStephanie Stocking*Jaime and Brian StoessRenee and Norm StollerThe Stone FamilyBob Swanson*Gabriel Tamaska and Ed Chusid*Jane SzucsElia Tankersley*Kristen TarufelliMegan TewsRichard ThomasGina ThompsonNephi ThompsonJoan TildenPatricia L. TomaskoRaquel TorresThomas TunnerDebbie and Harold TyberPaige UlmerGerhard Van AndelClaire Van der PlasLois VeltusMonica VerploegKristen VoegtleSimon WaldbaumAndrea WalkerDanielle WarnesAlexander Watson*Kristin WeberMandi WeirNicole and Chris WengerAmy and P.J. Wharton*Tracy White and Ken HeadrickTim WidmerKevin WilliamsHarvey WilliamsonKendra and Dane WilsonKaren WogslandJanet WolfLinda and Dean WolzKeiko Woodyard*Angela and Barry WurtsmithXcel Energy Foundation*Joanne YantzJean and Robert YoungquistGIFTS IN KINDAlliance Moving SystemsCity of RieEagle River Fire Protection DistrictANNIKA MALACINSKI / STUDENT SPOTLIGHTTraining for the Olympics and getting an education is demanding. That’s why dual Finnish and American citizen Annika Malacinski chose CMC to pursue her studies. Annika is now ranked 11th in the world in the Nordic Combined and is aiming to compete in the 2026 Winter Olympic in Milan, Italy. That’s where CMC online courses t in. “I only took a couple of online classes at a time while I was competing; all of a sudden my free time was spent learning about nutrition, psychology and environmental ethics, etc.,” Annika says. “It was eye opening seeing how well the program t me. Teachers were easy to communicate with and the online learning dashboard was so easy to work with.” Now that she is in Europe this winter jumping and skiing, the livestream option makes learning even more engaging.

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31Tracey and Mark GordonBrad HasleyHoney StingerDavid NullThe Orvis Company, Inc.TRIBUTESIn honor of all of the dedicated people who choose to serve our communities by doing one of the world’s most important jobs: educating our children. Marjorie LearIn honor of all the students I am privileged to have in my class each semester Kendra J. WilsonIn memory of David Allen David AllenIn honor of Eric Allyn Margaret AllynIn memory of Hector Alvarado Gloria CuevaIn memory of Kathryn Anderson Kathryn S. RegjoIn honor of Mary Nell Axelson Nancy BeckIn memory of Kay Bacher Allen Martin BacherIn memory of Chip Bartsch West Vail Liquor MartIn memory of Lucy Bogue Sharon YoungIn honor of Dr. Marc Brennan Matthew John BrashIn honor of Coach Darren Brungardt Kelli J McCallIn memory of Linda Carlson Ed CarlsonIn memory of Chet Conlee Pamela ArsenaultIn honor of Bobbi Cox Maryellen ThorenIn memory of Don Deane Bob SwansonIn memory of Mylissa Eckdahl Donna NemanicIn memory of Ray Enright Janie R EnrightIn memory of Barbara Newman Fazande Nicole M Fazande LarsonIn memory of Michael Robert Gebhardt Peter GebhardtIn memory of Richard (Dick) Gretz Charles L BlauerIn memory of Fred Hampel Rob and Clu BorlandA Donnee BritoMindy BurkhartCarol ConrardyDorothy FairchildDann FisherSuzie GarramoneKen HampelRobert HampelScott HampelTom HampelGilbert KaiserDina KlancirSam LivingstonMaureen MalloryLiz MasonJohn McCutchenTimothy MilfordSusan Mizen and Je TroegerDiane NelsonRosemary PetersonStanley PineBrian PlautzShelley RickstrewKevin RoyerSonya SallakMarilyn SandersSusan E ScherlingJoyce SchreinerKent ScripsickTerri ShippenRobert WangKaren WogslandIn honor of Jana Jerabkova Monika MayerIn memory of Dorothy Kramlich Joan RootIn memory of Paula Marr The Marr Family Fund

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32In memory of Debi Martinez-Brun Yesenia Arreola Benita MartinezIn memory of Matthew Martinez Paul Burke Ellen Cummings Kairos of Virginia Beach, Inc. Joan MartinezIn memory of Phyllis Martinez Diana ScherrIn memory of Mary Jane McClaskey Patricia HammonIn memory of Nicholas James Mellon Kristen D TarufelliIn memory of Patricia Morrison Ciara MorrisonIn memory of Sue Nelson Nils NelsonIn memory of Larry Niedergerke Bob NiedergerkeIn memory of Maureen Nuckols Neil V Elekes Nancy FloodIn honor of our hard-working transitional education students Sharon M AguiarIn memory of Jason Pennington Robert William PenningtonIn honor of Mary Peplin and Evan Weatherbie Danyelle L RigliIn memory of Zeke Pierce Nikken CullmanIn memory of Ellen Quigley John L AckermanIn memory of Jack Real Laura B HardmanIn memory of Leonard Steele Rhynus Katherine CesarkIn memory of Lori Rink and Amelia Elizabeth Bradley Alpine Bank – Rie Robin PavelIn memory of Freda Roof Wells Fargo BankIn memory of Thomas G. Schell Lea Ann SchellIn honor of Sopris Theatre Company Jim AustinIn memory of Mike “Sully” Sullivan Steven Sherman-BoemkerIn memory of William M. Swentzell IV Robert YoungquistIn memory of Carol Barben Taylor Rod P TaylorIn memory of Gilbert Tinker Brian TinkerIn memory of George Tolles Matthew QuigleyIn memory of Rosamond Perry Turnbull Thomas TurnbullIn honor of Dani Tyler and Joan Jentsch Jim HassigIn honor of Pam Vanatta Sara Lee BishopIn memory of Mike Wadyko Nancy F Gensch Michael Anthony Wadyko EstateIn memory of Matthew Wells Wells PartnershipIn memory of Karen Williams Cherrie Buskohl Colorado Women Flyshers, Inc.SALEM SUMRALL / LEADVILLE STUDENT“The CMC Foundation scholarship I received has been extremely helpful in funding my associate studies in ecosystems science and stewardship. I hope to one day be able to become a national park ranger, caring for some of the most amazing natural wonders in the world, and I would not have been able to start my journey to that goal without the scholarship I received. I am honored to be a recipient and forever grateful for all of the donors who help so many students like me achieve our degrees and our dreams!”

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To learn more and support CMC students and programs, please contact:Kristin Heath Colon Vice President for Advancement & Foundation CEO khcolon@coloradomtn.edu / 970.948.8378 / 802 Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR VISION + MISSION!FOUNDATIONColorado Mountain College Vision We aspire to be the most inclusive and innovative student-centered college in the nation, elevating the economic, social, cultural and environmental vitality of our beautiful Rocky Mountain communities.Colorado Mountain College Foundation Mission The Colorado Mountain College Foundation builds sustainable community support for the needs and strategic priorities of Colorado Mountain College and its students.ColoradoMtn.Edu/Foundation