UNM Board of Regents selects officers
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The University of New Mexico Board of Regents has elected a former state treasurer and management school dean as its president.
The university said in a statement posted to its website that Doug Brown was chosen for the position at a meeting Monday.
Brown previously served on the board following an appointment in 2003, and then was appointed state treasurer in 2005.
He led UNM’s Anderson School of Management for five years until his retirement in 2014.
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham appointed Brown and four others to the Board of Regents after taking office this year. Their appointments were confirmed by the state Senate last month.
Other officers selected Monday include Kim Sanchez Rael, who was chosen as vice president, and Sandra Begay, who serve as board secretary and treasurer.