CU official named to hall of fame at U. of New Mexico's management school
Denver Business Journal
Luella Chavez D’Angelo, vice chancellor for enterprise development at the University of Colorado's South Denver campus, has been named a 2017 inductee by the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management's Hall of Fame.
She is one of three 2017 hall of fame inductees. Honorees will be inducted at a ceremony on March 2 at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Hall of Fame candidates are selected for their professional success, contribution to the community and their ongoing commitment to education.
“The 2017 honorees shine within the business community,” said acting Dean Shawn Berman. “We are honored to celebrate their success at the highest level by inducting them into the Anderson School Hall of Fame.
The CU South Denver campus is housed in what used to be the Wildlife Experience in Douglas County.
D'Angelo previously was an executive with the Douglas County-based Western Union Co. (NYSE: WU).