People on the Move – February 19, 2010

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Former Colorado Springs mayor Mary Lou Makepeace has been appointed to the Colorado State University System board of governors. She is currently vice president for Colorado programs of the Gay and Lesbian Fund, part of the Gill Foundation.

Tim Richardson has joined BiggsKofford as a seasonal associate. He is scheduled to earn a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Colorado Technical University in April 2010.

Keenan Scott and Jaclyn Walker have joined BiggsKofford as tax-season interns.

Scott graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a bachelor’s degree in business, and Walker is a student at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs working toward a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

Gregg Cawlfield has been promoted to director of Ent’s business banking department. He has 12 years of banking experience.

Melissa Marts has been promoted to chief programs officer for Care and Share Food Bank for Southern Colorado. She has been with Care and Share for two years and previously served as director of partner agency development.

Marsha Alger is now associated with Peak Vista Community Health Centers and will serve patients at Peak Vista’s Family Health Center at Fountain.

Former U.S. Navy Capt. Bob Lally has been named Symposium Director of the National Homeland Defense Foundation. The foundation will host The National Symposium on Homeland Security and Defense Oct. 27-29 at The Broadmoor.

Michelle Flores has been promoted to director of Ent’s member service call center. Flores has been with Ent for more than 19 years and most recently served as Ent’s call center manager.

Dorothy Williams has been named director of Regis University’s Colorado Springs Campus. Williams earned a doctorate degree in education from Walden University in 2002 and has worked at Regis University since 1989.