Colorado State Archives
Executive Orders from the Administration of Governor Bill Owens 1999-2005
Wednesday, August 16, 2000
Amy Jewett Sampson
OWENS APPOINTS FOUR NEW MEMBERS TO THE COLORADO STUDENT OBLIGATION BOND AUTHORITY BOARD OF DIRECTORS
DENVER Ė Governor Bill Owens recently appointed four new members to the Colorado Student Obligation Bond Authority Board of Directors: Andrea L. Aragon of Pueblo, Steven J. Schwartz of Durango, T.R. Rice of Englewood and Knute S. Knudson of Grand Junction.
Andrea Aragon is the coordinator of developmental activities for the University of Southern Colorado. She served as the executive director and the chief executive officer for the Latino Chamber of Commerce of Pueblo, Inc. from 1994 to 1997. Aragon serves on the board of directors of the El Pueblo Boys and Girls Ranch and the Pueblo Hispanic Education Foundation. She received her bachelorís degree from the University of Southern Colorado.
Steven Schwartz is the director of budgets for Fort Lewis College. Prior to that, Schwartz was the director of institutional research at Fort Lewis College from 1997 to 1998. Schwartz serves as a member of the Southwest Colorado Education Coalition. He received his masterís degree from the University of Kentucky.
T.R. Rice is in private practice as an attorney specializing in commercial law for Astrella & Rice P.C. in Denver. He received his juris doctorate from the University of Denver.
Knute Knudson is a retired engineer. He serves as a member of the presidentís advisory council and the school of professional studiesí advisory council at Mesa State College. Knudson previously served on the board for the Mesa State College Foundation. He received his masterís degree from the University of Minnesota.
The Colorado Student Obligation Bond Authority Board of Directors is comprised of nine members who serve four-year terms and need Senate confirmation. The authority creates or purchases student obligations, loans and administers a prepaid post-secondary education expense program. Proceeds are invested through the State Treasurerís Office.
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