appoints four new regents
Gov. Bill Richardson recently announced the appointments of
four new regents to UNMs seven-member board.
They are as follows:
H. Koch of Santa Fe, who is a UNM graduate and outgoing
chairman of the state Democratic Party. He has served on the
UNM Alumni Association and on the Lobo Club Board of Directors.
As a member of the Lettermans Alumni Club, Koch helped
refurbish Hodgin Hall. He also has contributed time and money
to the University and its School of Medicine. He is president
of Daniels Insurance in Santa Fe.
Salazar, a Santa Fe attorney who earned his law degree from
the University of California at Berkeley in 1972. Salazar was
a law clerk for the New Mexico Supreme Court before he began
his career as an attorney specializing in administrative and
regulatory law. He is president of the 1st Judicial Bar Association.
Salazar has served on numerous civic and cultural organizations.
Griego-Raby of Albuquerque, who is president and principal
of Contract Associates, Inc., a commercial and office furniture
company in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Los Alamos. Griego-Raby
is past president of the UNM Alumni Association. She earned
her Masters of Business Administration degree from UNM in 1986.
During her career, she has received several awards.
Cook, who has been named as the student-Regent for a two-year
term. Cook, who is pursuing a masters degree in Business
Administration at UNM, earned her bachelors degree from
UNM in communications and journalism with a concentration in
public relations. She is past-president of the Associated Students
of UNM and, in that capacity, served as an advisor to the UNM
Board of Regents.
new Regents join current UNM board members Larry Willard of
Albuquerque, president; Jack Fortner of Farmington, vice president;
and Sandra Begay-Campbell of Albuquerque, member-at-large.
members of the UNM Board of Regents whose terms have expired
include David Archuleta, (Ret.) Col. Richard Toliver and Eric
Anaya, who served as the student-regent on the board. A fourth
former board member, Judith Herrera, confirmed she recently
had submitted her resignation to Gov. Richardson.