Sandy Algermissen

Sandy Algermissen

Sandra (Sandy) Algermissen

LGAA Board Member (14-15)

Former LGAA Class (01), Steering Committee (02, 03) Board (04, 05) President (06) Past President (07)

Other Community Activities:  Rotary Club of Golden, Member and Past President; Golden Visitors Center, Board of Trustees; Golden Backpack Program, Secretary and Board Member; Rotary District 5450, Assistant Governor, Area 7.

Professional experience:  Currently retired; formerly President and partner hospital supply company and technical medical equipment company; subsequently consultant in fields of materials management, medical supply manufacturers, hospitals, and distributors.

Moved to Golden from Wheat Ridge in 1989

Bob Nettleship

Robert S. (Bob) Nettleship

Director since 2012.  Bob is a 2010 Leadership Golden graduate and served on the Steering Committee 2010-2012.  Bob is currently chairman, Citizens Budget Review Committee (CBAC) and is a member of the Golden Historical Preservation Board. After serving 23 years in the US Air Force, Bob was a business manager and senior executive with U.S. Facilities, Inc., a Philadelphia based company specializing in facility management.  He is a graduate of Ohio State University (Bachelor of Landscape Architecture -1968, and Central Michigan University (MBA). Bob moved to Golden from Philadelphia in 2008 and lives in the Canyon View neighborhood with his wife Evelyn and Mitzi, a rescued Golden Retriever/Welsh Corgi mix. Bob enjoys woodworking and cycling and is a member of several Golden area cycling clubs.

Ron Miller

Ron Miller

Ron Miller

I am currently the treasurer of the LGAA Board and have served in this capacity for 3 years.  I graduated from LG in 2008 and served as Board secretary shortly thereafter.   I also have held a number of leadership positions (senior warden, junior warden, stewardship committee, finance committee, personnel committee) in Calvary Church, which is the oldest church remaining in downtown Golden.  I have recently retired as professor of chemical engineering at Colorado School of Mines and have lived in Golden since 2002.

I am currently the treasurer of the LGAA Board and have served in this capacity for 3 years.  I graduated from LG in 2008 and served as Board secretary shortly thereafter.   I also have held a number of leadership positions (senior warden, junior warden, stewardship committee, finance committee, personnel committee) in Calvary Church, which is the oldest church remaining in downtown Golden.  I have recently retired as professor of chemical engineering at Colorado School of Mines and have lived in Golden since 2002.

Dixie Termin

Dixie Termin

Dixie Termin

I am the current President of Leadership Golden, have served as an at-large member of the Board for some time, and have also been the chair of the ornament fund-raiser for several years.   I graduated from LG in 2008, which kindled my interest in volunteering in Golden.   As a result I applied, and was appointed to, Golden’s Historic Preservation Board where I have just started my second 4-year term.   I currently work half-time in the Special Programs and Continuing Education office at the Colorado School of Mines, after retiring with over 30 years on campus.   I’ve lived in Golden for about 24 of those years, and think this is the best place in the world to live.

Alison Bodor

Alison Bodor

Alison Bodor

resident of Golden has participated in Leadership Golden over the last 10 years.  Alison was in the 2004-2005 class and took 2 years to graduate.  After graduation, she joined the Steering Committee for several years and was Co-Chair for 2 years.  Alison returned to Leadership Golden in 2012 as a Board Member and is currently the President Elect for 2015-2016.  “Leadership Golden has helped me feel connected to this community, and helps me give back to the community.”  Alison’s work experience is in Corporate Leadership Training and Development programs and participated in the 2014 Downtown Denver Partnership Leadership Program.