- Bachelor of Arts in Global Business Management, Sierra Nevada College
- Master of Arts in Teaching, Sierra Nevada College
Annamarie was born and raised in Incline Village. Since January 2013, she has served in a wide variety of roles at the college, first as the Campus Store Manager, then as Assistant Director of Alumni and Parent Relations and later the Director of Advancement Services. Annamarie was instrumentally helpful throughout the 2012 NWCCU Comprehensive Evaluation, which resulted in five commendations from the evaluation committee.
Roger is a longtime North Tahoe native, having lived in Tahoe City, CA for 56 years. He joined the family retail business, Porter’s Ski & Sport, shortly after graduating from UC Berkeley. He grew the business from a single retail store to a chain of four, which he ran for thirty years until selling in 2002. The business received many industry and local awards over that period. Roger currently owns & manages several north shore commercial buildings, including some of which house Porter’s stores.
Roger has served on several community & ski industry boards of directors, including the Tahoe City Public Utility District, the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association, the Tahoe Truckee Excellence in Education Foundation, the Placer County Economic Development Board, the Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation, Sports Specialists Limited, the Tahoe Fund, the Tahoe Forest Hospital District, and currently the Tahoe Prosperity Center.
Roger was named Citizen of the Year by the North Lake Tahoe Resort Association in 2002 and was an Olympic relay torch bearer prior to the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. He has been married to his wife, Vicki, for 37 years. They have two children, S. Victoria Kahn and Alexis Kahn. Roger is an avid skier, hiker and kayaker.
- Ed.D. in Institutional Management, Pepperdine University
- M.S. in School Administration, Pepperdine University
- M.S. in Business Administration, Marketing/Management, California State University, Long Beach
- B.A. in Economics, California State University, Long Beach
- MFA, Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
2013-14 Fullbright-Nehru Scholar Daniel Robert Kelly is a cross-discipline conceptual artist. He is active in multiple mediums, ranging from automated personas who roam the social spaces of the Internet to interactivity embedded in analog exploits of traditionally projected celluloid. His work often uses traditional animation, digital videography and photography encased in sculptural artifacts and installation.
He has exhibited in massive collaborative projects incorporating CGI for the Anchorage Museum and the Milwaukee Modern Art Museum. Currently, he teaches digital video production, interactive installation and darkroom photography.
- BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University
- MS, Natural Resources, University of Michigan
Meghan teaches Environmental Engineering at Sierra Nevada College. A professional engineer by day, she works for the Nevada Tahoe Conservation District on a variety of restoration and stormwater treatment projects in the Tahoe Basin. Her primary areas of expertise and interest are stream restoration and low impact development. She enjoys teaching at SNC as a way to stay current in the fields of engineering and natural resources and to stay inspired by the inquisitive minds of students. In her spare time she enjoys skiing, whitewater, and mountain biking
- BA, University of Nevada, Reno
- MA, Lesley College
Nancy joined SNC as an adjunct faculty member in the fall of 2009. She received her ESL endorsement from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2008. Nancy taught 29 years for the Washoe County School District. She retired and became an independent educational consultant. She is presently working at a variety of schools in the district as an instructional coach and teacher leader. She is currently working for Pearson as a professional developer and traveling all over the United States. Nancy is a member of the International Reading Association, and is on the editing board for the Reading Teacher. She is also a member of ASCD.
Mr. Kennedy is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and the Harvard University Graduate School of Business.
He spend most of his career in the gold mining business. In his 35 year career he managed exploration, discovery, and development of gold projects/mines in the U.S., Chile, and Mexico. As CEO he led Meridian Gold Company through dramatic growth and ultimately sold the company to Yamana Gold in 2007, and retired for the first time.
Over the next six years, former employees of Meridian Gold and Brian created a new gold company, Argonaut Gold, and completed a successful IPO. Brian was Chairman through 2015.
For the past five years he has served on the Board of NV Energy, Argonaut Gold Inc., and Western Exploration, as well as a Trustee on the Community Foundation of Western Nevada and the Nevada Museum of Art.
Brian is married to Nancy J. Kennedy and they have two children and four grandchildren who live in California.
- BA, Baldwin-Wallace College
- MFA, Kent State University
Mary is currently interested in creating works on paper which includes combining collage, printmaking, drawing and painting. These works on paper are explorations of media, idea and repetition. Many of the images she uses are borrowed from familiar printed material such as science textbooks, children’s books and parenting manuals. Mary has participated in numerous shows nationally and regionally, most recently a solo exhibition at the McKinley Arts Center in Reno, NV. Her prints are in the collection of Kent State University, Iowa State University, and Zygote Press among others. She is an associate professor at Sierra Nevada College teaching drawing, painting, printmaking and design.