Victoria Hatfield, Chair
Kristi Arellano, Vice Chair
Director of Communications, Boettcher Foundation
Dr. Jim Williams, Treasurer
Retired, Community College CFO
Gregory Movesian, Secretary
Chief Advancement Officer, Denver Scholarship Foundation
Partner, Hogan Lovells US LLP
Dr. Everette Freeman
President, Community College of Denver
Executive Director, Community College of Denver Foundation
President, Ensight Energy Consulting, LLC
Dr. Barbara McDonnell
Retired, Community College of Colorado Administrator
Kim Poast, PhD
Executive Director, Office of College & Career Readiness, Denver Public Schools
Ray Rosado, CCIM
Director, Cushman & Wakefield
Retired, Construction Executive
Dwight D. Clasby, Executive Director
Dwight Clasby joined the Community College of Denver Foundation as executive director in June 2017. He is responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s efforts to engage individuals, foundations, and corporations in supporting CCD students, faculty, programs and capital enhancements.
As the key liaison between the CCD Foundation, its donors, and the community, Clasby will focus on understanding each donor’s charitable objective and creating relationships with new donors. He will direct all internal and external communication in order to enhance public awareness of the Foundation and its role within the community.
Clasby has held senior management positions with educational institutions in Connecticut, Florida, Oklahoma and Texas. He served as vice president for external affairs at Communities Foundation of Texas, and managed the major gift operations, foundation relations, planned giving and research for The University of Texas (UT) at Dallas where he led a successful 200 million dollar Realize the Vision campaign that raised over 273.3 million dollars. His experience also includes alumni relations for the University of Miami, Coral Gables, and serving as assistant vice chancellor for advancement at the University of Colorado Boulder.
He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in education from the University of Miami, and began his career as a teacher before working as a private banker in Dallas. A decade later, he returned to education as a development director and is credited with key initiatives that secured expanded funding for endowment, increased support for the annual fund, and capital campaigns.
Elizabeth “Libby” Lowrey, Foundation Assistant
Libby is a Colorado native who enjoys living in the heart of Capitol Hill and walking around Downtown Denver, including to the Auraria Campus each morning. Off campus, Libby spends as much time as possible exploring and traversing the ever-expanding vibrant Denver community and hiking the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains.