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Colorado Mountain College Rifle’s vice president and campus dean, Carole Boughton, has announced she will be leaving the college to return to Wyoming.

“Carole Boughton has been a valuable member of the CMC team since her arrival in June of 2017,” said Dr. Carrie Besnette Hauser, president and CEO of the college. “Her commitment to the Rifle campus and western Garfield County was evident from her very first day at CMC. I am most appreciative of her service to the college and wish her well in her return to Wyoming.”

Boughton will assume a position with CIG Wyoming focused on development and special projects. Before working at CMC, she held several different positions in the state, and earned her master’s degree from the University of Wyoming.

President Hauser has named Tinker Duclo, assistant dean of Student Affairs at the Rifle Campus, as acting vice president and dean effective Feb. 1, 2019.