Meet the Colorado School of Mines Alumni Association Board of Directors
Timothy Haddon ’70
Board of Trustees Liason
Tim is currently the president and CEO of International Natural Resource Management Co. He graduated from Mines with a bachelor’s degree in mining engineering in 1970 and has over 40 years of international mining and business experience. Tim has led public mining companies with operations in the Americas, Africa, Middle East and the Asia–Paci c region. He has worked extensively with environmental groups and project stakeholders around the world, encouraging open communication to ensure all parties’ concerns relating to sustainable mine and mine community development are understood and addressed. He is currently involved with companies operating mines in the U.S. and Canada. Tim is also a member of the Mines Board of Trustees
Dean Liley ’77
Dean was born and raised in Wheat Ridge, Colo., and is a native of Colorado except for a three-year period when he lived in Bakers eld, Calif., and he began his career. He received his bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Mines in 1977 and has spent his career working in the oil and gas industry. Dean is married to his high school sweetheart, has a son, a daughter and four grandchildren. Dean has an extensive background in nancials, fundraising for non-pro ts and a willingness to work on the behalf and for the bene t of others. He enjoys being a member of the Alumni Association Board and is honored to serve alumni in a capacity that benefits Mines graduates and the school.
Brady McConaty ’78
Brady earned a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from Mines in 1978. While at Mines, he was president of Theta Tau fraternity and played football, lettering all four years and attaining All-Conference honors. Brady started his career working for Tenneco Oil Exploration and Production Company, serving in numerous disciplines, including offshore drilling, production and partner relations. He then started C2C Fiber Inc., in 1997, serving as president and CEO. In 2003, he founded Merrimack Oil and Gas before joining Venoco Inc., in 2007 as vice president of Texas Operations and Business Development. Brady co-founded Tabula Rasa Energy, a CO2 EOR company in 2010 out of Midland, Texas, and is currently pursuing a new startup in the Permian Basin with his company Yankee Creek. Brady lives with his wife and two children in Houston, Texas.
Undergraduate Student Representative
Jonathan is a senior at Mines, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in environmental engineering with a minor in economics. When he is not working on schoolwork, he partakes in many campus activities. He is the student body president, a peer mentor and founder of the current Mines Water Polo team. He is also a member of the Acts of Random Kindness Society, helping boost campus morale and empowering his peers by bringing people together.