Scott Hodgson ’03
Director, Colorado Alumni Programming
While pursuing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, Scott participated in varsity track and field at Mines. After graduation, he moved to Utah to work for ATK Thiokol as an engineer on the space shuttle reusable solid rocket motors. While working for ATK, Scott earned an MBA at Weber State University. In 2008, Scott moved back to Golden, Colorado, to work for his current employer, Shaffer Baucom Engineering and Consulting (SBEC). His most recent design project is the future Mines physics building, CoorsTek Center for Applied Sciences, scheduled to begin construction in 2016.
Norma Mozeé ’83
Director, Campus Relations
Norma is principal and founder of Afinidad Amercias, LLC, an international business strategy and advisory consultancy focused on energy services companies. Afinidad is expanding into the Americas markets with a special focus on Mexico and other Latin American countries. Norma serves as a managing director for 1stWEST Merges & Acquisitions and is a member of The Chamber of the Americas and the World Trade Center (Denver). She also serves on the Mines magazine editorial board. Norma received her bachelor’s degree in mineral engineering mathematics at Mines. She also received a master’s degree in global energy management from the University of Colorado Denver, as well as a certificate in international trade from the World Trade Center (Denver).
Tim Saenger ’95
Tim has been the alumni association’s Dallas/Fort Worth Section Coordinator since 2003 and has served on the Board of Directors since 2013. He received his bachelor’s degree in engineering physics from Mines in 1995 and his MBA from Southern Methodist University in 2006. He started his career as a photolithography process engineer and has most recently served as the sourcing manager for the largest division of Texas Instruments. Tim is also president of USPASSS, a newly formed non-profit organization seeking to help international students get a high school education in the United States.
Mahesh Vidyasagar MS ’00
The Woodlands, Texas
Director, Alumni Programming (Beyond Colorado)
Mahesh is a first-generation American with roots in India. He came to Colorado’s Front Range after completing his bachelor’s degree in geotechnical engineering at New Mexico State University in 1997. He completed a master’s degree in mining engineering at Mines in 2000 and subsequently finished an MBA at UCLA with an emphasis in finance and international management in 2010. Currently, he is a Global Procurement Manager at ExxonMobil and lives in Houston, Texas, with his wife.