Financial Affairs Task Group
Their function is to promote and generate donations, scholarships, gifts and grants for the CAGE (now CE) Department. Separate groups could be developed for Buildings, Equipment, Scholarships, and Supplies. At least one (1) Board member and one (1) Associate Member should serve on each Task Group.
Timothy F. Cynova (Former President)
|New Mexico State University||BSCE 1974||Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority|
F ASCE Past President: NMASCE, NMAACEI, NM811 ASCE Report Card - 2005 & 2012 Committee chair
|New Mexico State University||BSCE 1984 NMSU, MSCE 1986 NMSU, PhD 2000 TAMU||Texas A&M Transportation Institute|
Dean is an Assistant Agency Director and Research Engineer with the Texas A&M Transportation Institute. He is the holder of 27 U.S. Patents with most in the area of Roadside Safety Devices. He is also active in Physical Security Design pertaining to perimeter hardening against terrorist attack.
David Jauregui (Treasurer)
|New Mexico State University||BS 1992, MS 1994, Ph.D 1999|
Adrienne L. Widmer (President-elect)
|New Mexico State University||BSCE 1991|
CAREER Molzen-Corbin & Associates, 1994-present, Engineer & Project Manager for planning, design & construction administration of water & wastewater related projects US Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento, 1992-1994
Kristopher Schafer (Financial Affairs Chair)
|New Mexico State University||BSCE 1983|
Kris is a native of Albuquerque and a fifth generation New Mexican. He received his BSCE degree from NMSU in 1983. He is a registered PE, has been certified as a PMP, and is a graduate of the Construction Management Program at Texas A&M University. Kris retired from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in May, 2017, as Chief of the Planning Branch, overseeing a staff of 35 engineers and scientists. During his 33 year career, he worked on numerous water resource projects throughout New Mexico, west Texas, and southern Colorado, including the Southeast El Paso Flood Control System, Cuchillo Negro Dam in Tor C, and Pajarito Dam at LANL. In 2003 and 2004, Kris served as a Legislative Fellow for U.S. Senator Pete Domenici in Washington D.C., lending expertise on a wide variety of water-related issues, including supply, de-salination, environmental compliance, and drought.