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Team Excellence Award Winners Recognized

Six teams of CNM employees were honored for excellent work at a ceremony and luncheon Friday, March 25, at Smith Brasher Hall on Main Campus. President Kathie Winograd delivered opening remarks. The festivities were conducted by Eugene Padilla, Associate Vice President for Student Services, and CNM Governing Board members Penny Holbrook and Dr. John Mondragon were on hand to congratulate the recipients and help distribute awards.

Sep 07, 2016

April 2011

Six teams of CNM employees were honored for excellent work at a ceremony and luncheon Friday, March 25, at Smith Brasher Hall on Main Campus. President Kathie Winograd delivered opening remarks. The festivities were conducted by Eugene Padilla, Associate Vice President for Student Services, and CNM Governing Board members Penny Holbrook and Dr. John Mondragon were on hand to congratulate the recipients and help distribute awards.

Each team nominated for an award had to create a poster display board for judging. The boards were intended to summarize the team charge and purpose, how the activity supported the CNM Strategic Direction, the problem addressed, how the team worked to achieve its goal, and the results. Posters were graded on how many of the required elements were presented, with extra credit for creativity and design.

The winning teams were as follows:

GED Study Groups (ACE/ESL/GED/Literacy Tutors), led by Peggy Garcia-Marquez: members Cheryl Baker, Susan Clynch, Rebecca Covalt, Terri Gustafson, Tina Kraft, Katherine McKillip, Gwen Miller-Linser, Robert Stark, Camille Varoz, Ian Vetter and Melanie Viramontes.

The Non-Retained Student Survey Team (NRSST), led by Lis Turkheimer: members Jennifer Albright, Ernie Arko, Phillip Bustos, Alexandria Cisneros, Glen Damiani, Holly Dewees, Sara Elliott, Shirley Ellison, Janet Fildes, Paula Fisher, Lori Gallegos, Elsie Hall, David Katz, Susan Lederle, David Martinez, Pamela Olsen, Clyde Ortiz, Eugene Padilla and Tom Pierce.

he Sustainability Sub-Team: Waste and Recycling, led by Juliane Ziter: members Nancy Hannigan, Doreen Huerta, Sam Romo, Therese Samuel and Joe Schaub.

Teams earning honorable mention included:

The AT Student Recognition Team, led by Sionna Grassbaugh: members Alain Archuleta, Chester Brown, Amanda Corbell, Kay Hamby, Sam Lovelette, Victoria Maestas and Joe Schaub.

The BIT Business Group, led by Sydney Gunthorpe: members Dawn Addington, Susie Cutler, Tom Darling, Barbara Johnston, Jackie Lamoureux and Paul Quan.

Leading the Way Campaign 2011, led by Xeturah Woodley and Luis Campos: members Julieta Avitia, Mary Bates-Ulibarri, Eric Casias, Christopher Cavazos, Patricia Estrada, Miranda Evjen, Ernest Garcia, Sharon Gordon, Cheri Grajeda, Katherine Duquette, David Martinez, Martina Maturino, Pam Nicolary, Anna Ortega, Marshall Quam, Merlene Rueda, Anna Sanchez, Francesca Tapia, Glenys Thompson, Daysha Trujillo, and Adriana Turrey.