Development Leadership Council
• The Chile Pepper Institute is a project of New Mexico State University, a non-profit educational institution.
• All fundraising efforts are managed by the non-profit New Mexico State University Foundation.
The two major fundraising efforts of the Chile Pepper Institute are:
• A permanent chile pepper plant breeding endowed chair (Endowed Chairs – College of ACES), and
• A new facility to house education and research information for our publics.
Development Council Overview
Established in February 2009, the Development Council is a dynamic, well-positioned group of chile industry leaders. The primary purpose of the Council is to provide the leadership to create a permanent chile pepper research endowment and to establish a new, expanded Institute facility on the west-end of campus, featuring seminar and teaching rooms, a sustainable teaching and demonstration garden, and a state-of-the-art greenhouse.
Development Council members provide:
• A yearly sustaining donation of $2,500,
• Participation in annual Council meetings and the annual Chile Leaders’ Dinner,
• Facilitation of corporate sponsorships,
• Identification of three or more colleagues who have the financial capacity to support the Institute’s (ad)ventures, and
• Encouragement of chile aficionados to become Chile Pepper Institute members.
Interested in joining the Council? Contact Terra Winter firstname.lastname@example.org or 575-646-5787.
University Ad Hoc Members:
• Paul Bosland – Chile Pepper Institute Director – (575) 646-3028
• Terra V. Winter – College of Ag (ACES) Director of Development – email@example.com -- (575)-646-5787
• Wendy Hamilton – Chile Pepper Institute Development Officer - firstname.lastname@example.org – (575) 646-5284
• Danise Coon -- Chile Pepper Research Technician -- email@example.com -- (575) 646-3661
• Erica Sichler -- Chile Pepper Institute Program Coordinator -- firstname.lastname@example.org -- (575) 646-3028