Dr. David J. Moore
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Having spent over 25 years serving in college teaching and administration, most of that time at American Indian College, President Moore understands the importance of building lasting relationships with students. He and his wife Cheri love interacting with students and getting to know them on a personal level.
Rev. Jim H. Lopez
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
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Rev. Jim H. Lopez was appointed to serve as the Executive Vice-President of American Indian College in 2013, having served at AIC in a variety of roles previously from 1982-2004 including time as a faculty member, Dean of Students, Vice-President, and also President from 1997-2004.
Dr. Joseph J. Saggio
VICE PRESIDENT FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
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Dr. Saggio has been involved in ministry, writing, and higher education for over thirty years. An educator with a pastor’s heart, Dr. Saggio cares passionately for students’ academic and spiritual development. He and his wife Nancy have a great love for Native people and have grown to appreciate their tribal contributions and value systems that greatly honor experience, balance, wisdom, and practical knowledge.
Steve Chaney, CPA
VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES
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Steve Chaney has served in the accounting field since 1996. He has worked for a big five accounting firm for approximately 6 years having experience with serving public and private clients in the areas of financial markets, professional services, manufacturing and technology. Having extensive credentials serving both for profit and non-profit organizations, Steve has served as Church Treasurer/Board Member, Controller, Business Administrator as well as other positions.
Andrea Avalos, MBA
VICE PRESIDENT FOR FINANCIAL AID & ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT
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Andrea Avalos first heard about AIC in her junior year of high school. She knew immediately this was the College God wanted her to attend. She attended AIC from 1993-1998. A shy, introverted girl, from the cornfields of Illinois, moving to a big city was an adjustment. AIC is where her dreams for the future began, and where she was able to uncover the plan God had for her life.