METROPOLITAN STATE COLLEGE
RED ROCKS COMMUNITY COLLEGE
COLORADO MOUNTAIN COLLEGE ADJUNCT FACULTY
● Teach Criminal Justice, Political Science, American History I and II, Sociology I and II, Twentieth Century World History, Ethics, Social Psychology, Comparative Government, Contemporary Social Problems,Public Speaking, Sociology of Criminology, Group Communication, Conflict Resolution, Effective Presentations and American Government.
● Fifth largest Community College in the United States with 20,000 students
COLORADO STATE REPRESENTATIVE 2004-2007
●Elected State Representative.
●Served as Vice Chairman of Local Government, member of House Transportation Committee and Transportation Legislative Review Committee.
SUMMIT COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1995-2004
●In charge of 500 employees and a budget in excess of $20 million with an emphasis on land use and new construction.
●Built three new libraries, county commons, animal control, county communications center, fire training center, senior center, community center, state patrol office, involved in the approval and planning of the new hospital and medical office building.
...that the United States military personnel are now leaving Iraq was the lead story this morning. As they were going back the way they came through Kuwait another story was hidden in the midst of the hoopla. An American soldier was killed outside of Baghdad this morning. I think the pullout is a photo opportunity rather than the real thing. We are going to be leaving many troops in Iraq under the guise of training the Iraqi army and police. Amazing. That is what we have been doing for the past seven years and apparently we were not successful. World War II ended 65 years ago and we still have troops stationed in Germany and Japan. Looks like we will be in Iraq for a long time too.