CMC welcomes three leaders to replace retirees |

CMC welcomes three leaders to replace retirees

Colorado Mountain College recently welcomed three accomplished leaders to replace three administrators who retired last year.

Jill Boyle, who has a doctorate of education degree from the University of Massachusetts, joined the college in December as the new senior vice president. Boyle most recently served as the first female president of Florida Keys Community College.

Brad Tyndall, who earned a doctorate in economics from Colorado State University, is the new senior vice president for academic affairs. He has been a chief academic officer at Crowder College in Missouri, San Juan College in New Mexico and Front Range Community College-Larimer Campus.

Jan Aspelund is the college’s new vice president of human resources. Most recently she’s been the director of human resources at Ohio Northern University. Before that she held the same position at Missouri Western State University and Saint Leo University in Florida.

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