GREELEY — Ned Chapin has been appointed president of the Aims Community College Foundation’s board of directors, taking over for Vicki Sears who is stepping down because of term limits.
Chapin’s appointment began July 1 and will continue for a three-year term. He has served on the board as vice president since 2016. Chapin is an attorney at Coan, Payton & Payne LLC.
Susan Walker was selected as vice president and Carol Hoglund, former vice president of administrative services for Aims, was added to the board and will serve as the treasurer.
Board members include Diane Holmberg, retired Eaton RE-2 teacher; Richard Lucio, restaurant owner; Linda Schreiber, community volunteer; Leah L. Bornstein, Aims Community College president; Geri Anderson, Aims vice president of college and community relations; and Larry Wood, board of trustees liaison.