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Five new trustees appointed to Colorado College board

July 5, 2016 Updated: July 5, 2016 at 2:11 pm
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Colorado College's board of trustees appointed five new members at a June 18 meeting in Colorado Springs. They are: Amy Shackelford Louis, Kishen Mangat, Liza Malott Pohle and Martha Wolday, all alumni, and student trustee Mayss Al Alami, a senior.

Louis is a 1984 graduate and a management consultant from Hinsdale, Ill.

Mangat, a 1996 graduate from Boulder, works as the senior director and general manager at Cisco Systems, leading the policy management business in the service provider mobility segment.

Pohle, a 1985 graduate from New Canaan, Conn., is director of the Malott Family Foundation, which supports public education reform in Chicago.

Wolday, a 2014 graduate from Los Angeles, is a management consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton.

Al Alami, an international student from Palestine, will graduate in May 2017 and has lived in Jordan and Dubai. She is an economics major.

Eight outgoing board members were recognized for their service.

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