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Two women named to ENMU-R Foundation board


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The Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell Foundation Board of Directors has appointed two new members, Cassie Holloway, chief financial officer and vice president at Read & Stevens Inc., and Alejandra Martinez, new loan boarding clerk at Pioneer Bank.

Cassie Holloway (Submitted Photo)

The board also approved the slate of officers for 2019-2020. Steve Henderson will continue to serve as president. Jon Hitchcock will continue to serve as vice president and treasurer, and Kay Rogers will continue to serve as secretary.

Holloway graduated from Goddard High School and attended New Mexico State University, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in accounting. She later obtained her master of business administration degree from Eastern New Mexico University. Holloway and her husband, Byron, have two children.

Alejandra Martinez (Submitted Photo)

Martinez, a graduate of Dexter High School, previously worked as a teller at Wells Fargo Bank. She is pursuing an associate of arts degree in business administration at ENMU-Roswell. She plans to continue  her education and earn a bachelor’s degree in business. She is vice president of the Roswell Hispano Chamber of Commerce and a co-treasurer for a Del Norte Elementary School organization. Martinez and her husband, Reyes, have three boys.

The other members of the board are Charlie Blanco, Brian Byrd, Jose Chavez, Laurie Archuleta Dudek, Mike McLeod, Adriann Ragsdale and LaNelle Witt. Ex-officio board members are Mireya Trujillo, president, ENMU-R Community College Board, and Dr. Shawn Powell, president, ENMU-Roswell.

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The Eastern New Mexico University- Roswell Foundation provides scholarships and other financial assistance to support education and training at the Roswell campus. For more information, contact Craig Collins, foundation coordinator, at 575-624-7304.

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