CEO Welcomes New Instructors

Julia Flack

Julia Flachman – Denver West Women’s Instructor

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Julia is a graduate of Indiana University – Bloomington where she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. She spent her next 25+ years in various positions of corporate accounting working in a variety of industries such as office development, coal mining, soft drink bottling and distribution, telecommunications and natural gas. Throughout those years, Julia spent time volunteering in many capacities from fundraising for a Denver food bank and shelter, mission trips to Sudan and Jamaica, and mentoring women through her church. She also currently volunteers for the Arapahoe County Health and Human Services division and is assigned to a family with a foster child to assist in any care needs they may have.

Of her decision to join CEO Julia states, “CEO seemed to be a good fit as I spent many years in the corporate environment reviewing resume’s, hiring, and training staff.”

Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Julia has lived in the Denver suburbs for 22 years with her husband, Jeff, three sons, two dogs and a goldfish.

Terri Cummings – Greeley Instructor

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Terri Cummings moved to Greeley from Nevada.  She has a family in the area, including a brand new granddaughter.

Terri lived in Colorado for many years in the past, and say that she always loved the state. She has been a teacher—science, health, ESL, HSE/GED—for over 30 years.  She recently lived and taught abroad in China and South Korea.

Terri tells us, “In those travels I learned about different people, cultures and countries which was of great interest to me; this is related to living in five countries and many of the states since I was young, and traveling around Europe. Working for CEO at ICCS will be yet another cultural experience for me. I look forward to meeting everyone  associated with CEO.”

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