ENMU-Ruidoso College Board
Mr. Brad Treptow, Board Chair, received a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and a minor in Marketing from New Mexico State University. In May 2016, Mr. Treptow received his master’s degree of Business Administration from Eastern New Mexico University. He is the Director of Patient Support Operations and a member of the administrative team for Lincoln County Medical Center and has been with the organization since 2008. He has served on the ENMU Ruidoso Advisory Board and Community College Board. He has lived in Ruidoso since November 1999 and is married with two children.
Ms. Marla Frye-Romero, Board Secretary, received her Associate degree from ENMU-Ruidoso and her Bachelor of Science in Management from Kapan University in 2010. Ms. Romero is a long-time resident of Ruidoso. She and her husband, Jimmy, have two children. Ms. Romero is employed as Assistant Vice President/Commercial Lender for First National Bank and is active in the Rotary Club and the Lincoln County Homebuilders Association.
Mr. Murray Murphy, Board Member, retired from public school service in Texas after 30 plus years in education. He was the Superintendent of Schools of Big Spring ISD before retiring. He served on the Texas State Commissioner of Education’s Cabinet from 1999-2003. Mr. Murphy served 12 years as a Howard College Board Trustee from 2004-2016 in Big Spring, TX. He and his wife, Diane, moved to Ruidoso in 2016. He is an active member of Community United Methodist Church and is involved in various other volunteer organizations in Ruidoso and Lincoln County. Mr. Murphy says, “It is an honor and privilege to serve on the ENMU Ruidoso Campus Board.”
Ms. Romelia (Romy) Carr, Board Member
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Ms. Rachael Rosillo, Board Member, received an Associate degree and her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland – European Division. Ms. Rosillo is the Office Manager for the Mescalero Apache Tribal Gaming Commission. She moved to New Mexico from Dallas, Texas in 2000. She and her husband, Fernando, have lived in Ruidoso since 2002 and have one child. Ms. Rosillo has lived in many places in the United States and abroad, but has truly found a home in Ruidoso and looks forward to serving the needs of her community and helping to further the goals of ENMU-Ruidoso.