Gene Bradley joins Crow Canyon council
Durango resident Gene Bradley has joined the Crow Canyon Archaeological Centerís Council of Advisors.
The center is a nonprofit research and education organization near Cortez.
Ten people serve on the Council of Advisors, which was created in 2011. Each member serves in a collaborative relationship with Crow Canyonís leadership, contributing perspectives and expertise.
Bradley first joined Crow Canyonís Board of Trustees in 1994. He was appointed the centerís interim president in 1995 and served for nearly nine months until a permanent replacement was found.
As a board member, he has served as chairman of the audit and executive committees and as a member of the investment committee. He retired from the board in 2012.
Bradley is a retired senior partner of KPMG, a certified public accounting firm.
For more information, visit www.crowcanyon.org.
LPEA board member earns certification
Durango resident Joe Wheeling, board member and treasurer of the La Plata Electric Association board of directors, has completed the required courses and earned his Credentialed Cooperative Director Certificate from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association.
Wheeling was recognized for his commitment to education at the associationís Region 7 and 9 meeting held in Salt Lake City.
The program requires attendance and demonstrated understanding of the basic competencies contained in five core courses, including director duties and liabilities; understanding the electric business; board roles and relationships; strategic planning; and financial decision making.
For more information, visit www.lpea.coop.