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MDC Staff Listed in NMBW Power Book

October 6, 2004

October 6, 2004

Dear Colleagues:

Please join me in congratulating two members of our Management Development Center leadership team. Kate Livingston (Power Broker) and Michelle Detry (40 Under Forty) were recently recognized for their fine work by virtue of their inclusion in The New Mexico Business Weekly's annual "Power Book" that was published last week.

As a "Power Broker" Kate joins an august group of 99 other leaders in the State--including Governor Richardson, President Caldera and Senator Domenici. We are indeed proud to count Kate as one of our own.

Michelle Detry joined an equally distinguished (albeit younger) group of leaders identified as "40 under Forty". Michelle's leadership at our MDC in executive training programs has obviously had a very visible impact in the State.

Please join me in congratulating these two individuals whose fine work in the community has done much to advance the reputation of Anderson.


Chuck

Charles T. Crespy, Dean
Anderson Schools of Management
The University of New Mexico

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