SFCC Foundation Board Elects New Members and Officers

Joy Wohl
Foundation for the Santa Fe Community College
Jill Janov
Marketing and Public Relations
Phone: 428-1776
SFCC Foundation Board Elects New Members and Officers
April 13, 2004 — The Foundation for the Santa Fe Community College recently elected new
officers to its board.
Bill Bohnhoff, retired president and chief executive officer of the Bank of Santa Fe, will serve as
the board’s new president. Joining him will be Asenath Kepler as vice president of
administration. Kepler is currently senior vice president and trust manager at Los Alamos
National Bank. The new vice president of development will be Jennifer Lea Wise, executive
director of ECMC, a national organization involved in education-based financial assistance for
students. Tony Ornelas, First National Bank of Santa Fe’s vice president and branch manager, is
the foundation’s new treasurer.
Four new members have been elected to the board as well. They are: Marianne Martinez-Stern,
owner of Autocare 2000; Richard A. Nulman, chief executive office of Pace Communications in
New York City; Jeff J. Case of Jeff Case and Associates; and Susan Steinhauser, attorney and
Los Angeles Law Library board president.
The Foundation for the Santa Fe Community College is dedicated to ensuring that no qualified
student is denied admission to SFCC because of financial need.
About Santa Fe Community College
Santa Fe Community College serves more than 14,500 students per year in its credit, noncredit
and adult basic education programs. The 20-year-old college offers academic, career and
personal-enrichment programs and services to meet the needs of business, government and the
region’s diverse population. The college contributes to the area’s economic, technological and
cultural development by offering programs ranging from art to business management and
directly addresses regional job shortages through its nursing, teacher education and culinary arts
programs. For further information, visit www.sfccnm.edu or call (505) 428-1000.