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CURRENT MEMBERS

Robert B. & Susan Nelson Anderson SunValley Energy Coldwell Banker Realty Corrales, NM Beverly & Perry Bendicksen '81 Blue Sage Capital Brownstein, Hyatt & Farber Placitas, NM Gig Brummell '62 Albuquerque, NM Paul Cassidy RBC Capital Management Albuquerque, NM Michelle Coons '83 President, Wells Fargo Bank Santa Fe Santa Fe, NM Norm Corzine '65 AccessBank Albuquerque, NM Chuck & Leigh Crespy '77, '85 Dean, Anderson Schools of Management Corrales, NM Wayne & Karen Davenport '71 CFO, Jaynes Corporation Albuquerque, NM Don Douglass '59, '66 President, ServiCentre Mortgage San Carlos, CA John Kneen Corrales, NM Kate Livingston & Charles Ewing '76 Associate Dean, Anderson Schools Wells Fargo Bank, New Mexico Albuquerque, NM Sonnet & Ian McKinnon '93 Greenwich, CT J.T. Michelson Consultant, SunCountry Industries Albuquerque, NM Howard Mock '83 Chairman & CEO, Jaynes Corporation Albuquerque, NM Fred Mossman '56 Mossman Investments Albuquerque, NM Ann & Russell Rhoades '85, '66 President, People Ink Albuquerque, NM Judith Rogala '82 Murietta, CA Michael Romero '82 President, Terradigm Inc. Albuquerque, NM Nestor & Angela Romero '94, '98 Romero & Associates Angela Romero Insurance Agency, Inc. Albuquerque, NM Robert Wertheim '56 Chairman, Charter Companies Albuquerque, NM

ANDERSON SCHOOLS OF MANAGEMENT DEAN'S COUNCIL FOR EXCELLENCE

O.C. & Linda Farrell Professors, Anderson Schools Placitas, NM Maria Griego-Raby '80, '86 President, Contract Associates Albuquerque, NM

PREPARING THE NEXT GENERATION OF BUSINESS LEADERS THROUGH: Shaping Intellect & Character Advancing Knowledge & Practice of Management Promoting Economic Development Building Intellectual Community

DEAN'S COUNCIL GIFTS HAVE PROVIDED FUNDING FOR:

Student participation in activities outside the classroom, such as the "doing business in Mexico" program Executive presentations to students and faculty given by nationally recognized experts Increased corporate recruiting at the Schools Assisted students with extremely urgent, and legitimate financial needs

DEAR FRIEND:
Your gifts to the Anderson Schools do more than help build careers; they assist in building character. At Anderson, our goal is to instill the core principles of integrity, responsibility and skilled stewardship of economic resources. We are preparing our graduates in ways that will ensure success in their careers and, equally important, for service to the communities in which they live and work.

Why should I join the Dean's Council for Excellence?

Alumni and friends have highly varied and personal motivations for making gifts to the Anderson Schools of Management. Some graduates regard their contributions as an act of appreciation for what the Anderson Schools have given them. A gift to the Anderson Schools means a great deal to the future: attracting the best and brightest students, creating an environment where teaching and learning can flourish, and preparing graduates to be successful and productive members of society.

What areas do Dean's Council gifts support?

Dean Crespy says, "At Anderson we are committed to: 1) shaping the intellect and character of the next generation of New Mexico's business leaders, 2) advancing the knowledge and practice of management, 3) promoting economic development, and 4) building a vibrant intellectual community that serves the highest and best interests of all our stakeholders. Unrestricted giving helps us further each of these goals"

Giving makes the difference between a good business school and a great business school. Such is definitely the case for the Anderson Schools of Management. Unrestricted annual support enables the Schools to attract and retain the best faculty and staff and to provide student access to exemplary technology. This has led to national and international recognition for the Schools particularly in the areas of business ethics, diversity, management of technology and interdisciplinary accounting. The ASM Dean's Council supports academic excellence through a minimum annual gift of $1,250. A commitment of three years is requested. These monies fund School priorities, which include transformational learning experiences for students such as the Washington Campus Program, the new Chair for Economic Development and the proposed Student Event Center. We invite you to support our work and share our dreams as we educate tomorrow's business leaders, providing them with the tools to lead with integrity and significantly contribute to the economy. The future of your business school is bright because of our alumni and friends. Thank you.

Recognition and appreciation for joining the Dean's Council for Excellence:

Individuals, couples or combined household gifts will be recognized in the UNM Annual Report of Gifts and Anderson Today alumni & friends magazine. Members receive invitations to all Anderson Schools' events and programs. At least annually the members will be invited to lunch with the Dean of the Anderson Schools for an update and discussion. Many members participate at the Schools by speaking in classes or to student clubs.

Chuck Crespy Dean

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A CONTRIBUTION:
TORI HOBBS, Chief Development Officer Anderson Schools of Management (505) 277-7114, hobbs@mgt.unm.edu