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Associate Consulting Team

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Diane Gross, Ph.D.
 

Ms. Gross has 25 years of experience in Instructional Telecommunications working at both the university and community college levels. Her expertise in faculty/staff development and course design led to additional expertise as a consultant and business manager with RDR Associates, Inc., and Black Hills Books & Treasures; Dr. Gross is a co-proprietor in both businesses. She has much experience in community development, visioning, technology integration, and working in the educational environment and public sector.

Dean Inman
 

Mr. Inman has been involved in education for well over twenty years, beginning as a Social Studies teacher for El Dorado Public Schools. Mr. Inman's community college experience spans almost 15 years of service to South Arkansas Community College. He has held various roles during his tenure, the most recent of which is Director of Enrollment Services. He has coordinated fundraising events for the SACC Foundation, conducted institutional research, and has extensive experience in managing multiple budgets to achieve the missions of his department, division, and school.

Douglas S. Miller
 

Mr. Miller has 39 successful years of nonprofit fundraising experience. He has led, consulted, and actively participated in numerous capital campaigns for churches, colleges and many other nonprofit organizations. Dr. Miller recently served West Virginia Wesleyan College as a trustee, as well as senior development officer, special assistant to the president, and interim vice president for advancement. He has also been vice president of a nonprofit fundraising firm.

Theodore C. (Ted) Sandquist
 

Mr. Sandquist has 45 years of successful development, public relations, and marketing experience. These include 30 years of senior management positions at General Motors and the Bell System (AT&T, Bell Laboratories and telephone operating companies Mountain Bell and Southern New England Telephone), as well as 15 years leading the Red Rocks Community College (CO) and the Community College of Aurora (CO) Foundations in successful fundraising campaigns.

Betty L. Selby
 

Ms. Selby has over 15 years of experience in continuing education and employee relations in health care organizations. As a part of her positions, she ran focus groups and conducted health care resource feasibility studies for counties in Missouri. Mrs. Selby has led various fund drives as a volunteer and was very active in a community college major gifts campaign.

Mary Williams
 

Ms. Williams has been involved with career and technical education for nearly 20 years. As foundation director of Western Dakota Tech, she implemented Clements Group methodologies to increase cash contribtutions, scholarship donations and establish an alumni association. In 2003, she earned the first National Board Teacher Certification for Career and Technical Education in South Dakota. At the district secondary level, she coordinated Schools That Work, High Schools That Work and distance learning initiatives. She served on the lead team for the South Dakota Governor's New Teacher Academy and mentored national board teacher candidates. She was selected to present numerous times at Technology in Education Conferences and Teacher Technology Learning Academies. Ms. Williams has been recognized often for her educational leadership at the district and state levels. She is presently serving on the local school board of education, is the vice-president of the chamber of commerce and a member of the Black Hills Regional Capital Campaign Committee.

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