American Indian College Fund Adds Two New Staff Members in Denver

American Indian College Fund
Saturday, 1 February 2003

The American Indian College Fund announces the addition of two new staff members.

Kimberley Cameron has joined the Fund as program manager for special scholarships. She oversees the organization's administration of specially designed scholarships for American Indian and Alaska Native students that are funded by organizations such as The Coca-Cola Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Castle Rock Foundation, Ford Motor Company, Nissan North America, Inc., Morgan Stanley and others. Cameron most recently was coordinator of Aboriginal programs and services for the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Burnaby, BC. She is a member of the Long Plain First Nation of Canada, a band of the Ojibway. She holds a bachelor of commerce degree in entrepreneurial management from Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC.

Randy Blauvelt has joined the Fund as senior director of public education and communications. He has responsibility for staff involved in public relations, publications and the organization's public service advertising campaign. Previously, Blauvelt was vice president of corporate communications for MidAmerican Energy Holdings Company in Des Moines, Iowa. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln.

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