CMC Breckenridge & Dillon Commencement 2020

Welcome to the CMC Breckenridge & Dillon virtual commencement! To all of our graduates, congratulations on your well-earned degree or certificate!

Please see the schedule below for the virtual commencement program. You can also scroll down to read the list of graduates and click on their individual profiles.

We invite you to share your celebration on social media with #cmcgrad2020.

Virtual Commencement Schedule

Welcome (01:00)

Carrie Besnette Hauser, Ph.D., President & Chief Executive Officer

State of Colorado Address (04:52)

Angie Paccione, Ph.D., Executive Director, Colorado Department of Higher Education

Campus Message (04:52)

Drew Mikita, L.P.C., Associate Professor

Introduction of Keynote Speaker (14:17)

Carrie Besnette Hauser, Ph.D., President & Chief Executive Officer

Keynote Address (14:57)

Dianne Primavera, M.A., Colorado Lt. Govenor

Student Address (28:34)

Yuliia Piguliak

Presentation of Degrees (32:43)

Drew Mikita, L.P.C., Associate Professor

Conferring of Degrees (33:01)

Patricia Theobald, District 4, Summit County Trustee, Board President

Reading of Names (33:27)

Nicole Fazande, M.A., Associate Dean of Academic & Student Affairs

Tassel Turn (45:57)

Yuliia Piguliak

CMC Breckenridge & Dillon Leadership

Dave Askeland, M.A.
Vice President & Campus Dean of CMC Summit County

Nicole Fazande, M.A.
Associate Dean of Academic & Student Affairs

Brooke Carson, M.A.
Assistant Dean of Instruction

Dr. Laurie Moroco
Assistant Dean of Instruction

Dr. Elizabeth Poulos
Interim Assistant Dean of Instruction

Scott Marr, M.A.
Instructional Coordinator & EMS Instructor

Awards

FULL-TIME STAFF OF THE YEAR
Sandy Sabo

PART-TIME STAFF OF THE YEAR
Stefanie Post

FULL-TIME FACULTY OF THE YEAR
Justin Pollack

PART-TIME FACULTY OF THE YEAR
Mark Palz

MARSHALL MEMORIAL FELLOWSHIP
International Leadership Program
Jen Barchers

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

Phi Theta Kappa recognizes the academic achievement of college students and provides opportunities for its members to grow as scholars and leaders. Established in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa has a presence on almost 1,300 community college campuses in 11 nations.

Stephanie Ann Beste
Ryan Bunker
Sonia E. Castillo
Sara Divya
Hannah Juel Hedelius
Aliandra Marisa Henry

Melinda James
Rachelle Landis
Jeremy Molina
Rae Navin
Yuliia Piguliak
Kalla Porter

Alexis Morgan Russell
Ashley Elizabeth Spencer
Kyle Sean Taylor
Andrzej Toczek

2020 Graduates

Final certificates and degrees are dependent on review and certification by the CMC Registrar’s Office.

Grad List Breck-Dillon