Domanica Foundation Executive Director Linda Anderson and CBT Recipient Katherine Rodriguez (Pojoaque/Picuris) with SFCC President Randy W. Grissom.
A grant from the Domanica Foundation that is matched by Carole Brito and Bruce Besser, the Nusenda Credit Union Foundation and the SFCC Foundation, funds the Contract for a Better Tomorrow Scholarship that supports first-generation, low-income students — and they have the highest retention rate in the college.
Santa Fe Woman’s Club Turns 125
Marie Newsom, SFWC Scholarship Committee Chairman; Camilla Bustamante, Ph.D., SFCC Dean; Cindy Kane, SFWC Co-President; Carol Rose, SFWC Co-President; Randy W. Grissom, SFCC President; Betty Scott, SFWC Treasurer; Deborah Boldt, SFCC Foundation Executive Director; and Kathleen Enz, SFWC Member.
In honor of their 125th anniversary, the Santa Fe Woman’s Club and Library Association has donated $10,000 for an endowed scholarship to the SFCC Foundation. Santa Fe Woman’s Club and Library Association believes that investing in college scholarships for young women at SFCC supports local students and the Santa Fe community.
New Endowment Honors Dean Landen
During the Nursing Pinning Ceremony in May, Dr. Nancy Ridenour, Ph.D., APRN, BC, FAAN, Dean of the University of New Mexico School of Nursing (left) made a surprise announcement: a gift through the SFCC Foundation to honor Jenny Landen, R.N., M.S.N., FNP-BC, Dean of Sciences, Health, Engineering and Math (right). The Jenny Landen New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium Project Support Endowment will help fund the NMNEC’s mission to create a common core curriculum in nursing education across state programs.