Board of Directors
Shelly L. Fritz, DDS, FACD
Shelly Fritz was a hygienist for sixteen years before entering the University of Colorado School of Dentistry. She spent her last year in dental school
focusing on geriatric and special needs populations. In 1994 she opened her dental practice in Albuquerque, NM with the goal of meeting the general dental
needs of institutionalized, geriatric, disabled, and homebound patients in the Albuquerque area. She is currently Section Chair of the Fellow- American College
of Dentistry. Shelly participates in the Guatemala Faith in Practice working in remote areas in the country removing teeth in the Mayan population for a week
every year in conjunction with a medical team.
She is married to Ian Fritz, PhD., a retired physicist who worked at Sandia National Laboratories for 29 years. She has two children: Brynt is a
retired Army Colonel and is the father of two children. Alicia is a retired mechanical engineer and the mother of five children and three step children.
Shelly enjoys oil painting, playing bridge and growing orchids.
Reg Rider, Brigadier General
United States Air Force (Retired)
Regner (Reg) Rider was born and raised in Oklahoma and Kansas. He graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Masters in Mechanical
Engineering in 1973 and was commissioned in the United States Air Force through AFROTC. He served in numerous locations both in the U.S. and
abroad as a B-52 crewmember, staff officer and commander. In the fall of 2000, he retired from the military with 27 years of service as a Brigadier
General. He worked in the Washington D.C. area the next nine years, moving back to Albuquerque in 2006.
He currently volunteers with numerous organizations to include: Rotary Club of Albuquerque President, Military Officers Association of America Board
member and Ski Club President, Haverland Carter Lifestyle Group Board member, and Popejoy Performing Arts Center Board member.
Reg and Bev have a daughter, Cindy, an International Development professional and professional editor, her husband Brian and granddaughters
Corinne and Maia, in Seattle.
Ann Dinius, Ed.D.
Ann is a dental hygienist whose career has been in academic dentistry where her teaching and research areas were in dental public health and special
patient care. She has held administrative and faculty appointments at Columbia University, the University of Washington, Virginia Commonwealth University
and the University of New Mexico. Additionally, Ann was a member of the staff at the Dental Institute of the University of Utrecht where she developed the
first dental hygiene education curriculum for the Netherlands. Also, she has served as a World Health Organization (WHO) dental education consultant at Tehran
University School of Dentistry in Tehran, Iran.
Ann received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science degree from Columbia University. Her doctoral degree from the
College of William and Mary was in administration of higher education with a component area in Aging Studies.
A member of First Presbyterian Church, Ann is a ruling elder on the Session and serves on the Mission Committee.
W. Marion Jordan, M.D.
Investment Advisor & Physician/Radiologist
W. Marion Jordan, M.D. received his Bachelor's from the University of Georgia, graduated with his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia
and completed his internship at Denver General Hospital. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency and Radiology Residency at Baylor College of Medicine
in Houston, Texas. Dr. Jordan was an Instructor of Radiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Denver, Colorado. He served in the
U.S. Air Force at Schilling Air Force Base in Kansas working at a family practice clinic and was a radiologist.
Among the associations Dr. Jordan belongs to include the American Medical Association, New Mexico Medical Society, and American College of Radiology.
He is married to Donna and enjoys spending time with his family, including many grandchildren who live in Albuquerque.
Edward A. Licon, M.B.A.
Vice President, Bank Manager - Bank of The West
Edward A. Licon is a Vice President, Bank Manager with Bank of The West, bringing with him 18 years of experience
in the business banking industry and Enterprise Consulting specializing in all facets of the pharmaceutical industry. Edward's breadth
of experience ranges from asset allocation strategies; spend analysis, financial analysis, cost analysis,
forecasting models and business strategy related areas such as corporate strategy, market strategy, and enterprise change development.
Edward's resume includes working with several Fortune 500 companies in the development of regional marketing strategies and the
creation of financial products which address the specific needs of the targeted base. His previous developmental experience includes
tenures as an Officer with Wells Fargo Bank, Citi-Group, Fidelity, State Farm Insurance Companies and Ford Motor Credit Company.
During his development with these organizations he completed numerous senior level training programs in Finance, Accounting, Business
Change Management, Cross Functional Teams, Organizational Development and Human Resources. Additional education includes undergraduate
and graduate studies in accounting / finance and economics. He holds an MBA, B.S. in Accounting and Finance with a minor in Economics, The University of Texas.
Ronald ("Ron") J. Solimon
Ron is the former Director of the Center for Lifelong Education ("CLE") at the institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He retired
from this position on June 12, 2015. Ron is a member of the Pueblo of Laguna - one of the 19 Pueblo Indian tribes of New Mexico. He received his
Bachelor of Business Administration degree from New Mexico State University, College of Business, and his Juris Doctor degree
from the University of New Mexico, School of Law. Ron serves on several boards, including the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development,
the Native American Professional Parent Resources, and MoGro. He recently retired from service on the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Board
of Trustees and Laguna Development Corporation Board of Directors, which is a for-profit corporation owned and operated by the Pueblo of Laguna. Ron also served
on the U.S. Travel Association Board of Directors and the Tourism Association of New Mexico (now known as the New Mexico Hospitality Association)
Board of Directors. Following his service on their board, they elected Ron to the Tourism Hall of Fame in 2013.
Before joining the President's Cabinet at the Institute of American Indian Arts, Ron served as the Executive Director of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center,
and President and CEO of Indian Pueblos Marketing, Inc., a for-profit corporation and Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc., a not-for-profit corporation. He has
received many awards and accolades for his services in several industry sectors in which he has worked.
Ron and his wife Elaine live in Albuquerque. They have two adult children, two grandsons, and two granddaughters.
The Very Reverend Dean Mark Goodman
Clergy, St. John's Episcopal
Dean Mark Goodman was elected as Dean of St. John's Cathedral in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in 2007, and he and his family moved there in August of that year. Mark is not
a stranger to the Southwest, having been born in Norman, Oklahoma, in 1958. Having moved away as a child, Mark returned to OU in 1976 and received his Bachelor's Degree
in Botany from OU. He pursued advanced degrees in botany, working briefly in that field before attending the General Theological Seminary in New York City, from which he
earned his Master of Divinity in 1991. He has recently been named a Fellow of Sinai and Synapses, an ecumenical and interreligious organization which seeks to promote research
and dialogue into the interface between Science and Religion.
Mark has served several parishes since ordination, including as Canon Liturgist at Christ Church Cathedral in Cincinnati, Ohio, rector of Trinity Church in Hamilton, Ohio, and
rector of Trinity Church in Myrtle Beach South Carolina. He has served on a number of boards, including Helping Hands (Myrtle Beach), Pastoral Care Board for Marjorie P. Lee
Retirement Home (Cincinnati, OH), York Place Residential Treatment Center (York, South Carolina), New Mexico Symphony (Albuquerque), Alumni Executive Committee of the General
Theological Seminary (NYC).
He is married to Dawn, and they have two children: Alexandra and James. Their household also includes Jeeves, a Golden Retriever. Mark enjoys hikes in the mountains with his family
near their home, cooking, reading, playing the cello and amateur astronomy.
Walt Arnold, CCIM, SIOR
Managing Director - SVN / Walt Arnold Commercial Brokerage, Inc.
Walt Arnold, CCIM, SIOR, serves as Managing Director for SVN/Walt Arnold Commercial Brokerage, Inc. in Albuquerque, NM. He specializes in sales and leasing
of office and industrial buildings and has a 27 year career in real estate. Prior to affiliating with SVN, Walt founded Walt Arnold Commercial Brokerage, Inc.
in 1990 and served as president.
As an active commercial real estate community member, he is a member and past president of the New Mexico CCIM Charter, a member of the SIOR, and member
and past president of the Commercial Association of Realtors of New Mexico (CARNM). Walt also had an eight year career in the National Football League
playing for the Los Angeles Rams, Houston Oilers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
In 1998 Walt was named "Realtor of the Year" by CARNM. Additionally, he was named to the University of New Mexico Football 100-Year All Time Team and was
inducted in the University of New Mexico's Hall of Honor and the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame in 1996. Arnold earned a bachelor's degree
in University Studies from the University of New Mexico.