Christine (Ricken) Williams retired in 2014 after over 40 years in education in Colorado and California. Her career included: State and National Presenter, Trainer, K-6 teacher (Hudson Elem. Weld Co RE-3, Hygiene Elem. St. Vrain SD and North Mor & Hillcrest Elem. in Adams 12), Director K-12 Education (Adams 14 SD, CO and Antioch USD, CA) and 15 years as Assistant Superintendent (San Ramon Valley USD, CA).

Posted Sep. 23, 2014

Albert lives in Parker, CO with his wife, Maureen. After retiring in 2011, he enjoys substitute teaching math and science at local high schools. 

Click to read about Albert's Homer L. Dodge Citation for Distinguished Service to the AART. 

Posted Jun. 8, 2015

After 31 years working for the U.S. Department of Education (ED), from 1976-2007, and then 13 years working for American Institutes for Research (AIR), Bob Stonehill (PhdEdu) retired from full-time work in May 2020. During his career, he managed a range of research, evaluation and technical assistance initiatives, as well as several large-scale national programs, including the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC), the Regional Educational Laboratories, the 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and the State Grants to Improve Teacher Quality (ESEA, TItle II). Bob has maintained his connection to CU, as his oldest son received his B.A. in Boulder, and his daughter is now a second-year student at CU Law.

Posted May. 29, 2020