You have to prepare people for school and you also have to listen to them, knowing and understanding a person’s path is important.”
Dr. Brad Tyndall has worked for community colleges for more than 19 years serving as adjunct faculty, full time faculty, department chair, academic dean, vice president and now president. Tyndall has a Ph.D. in Economics with specializations in Environmental Economics and International Finance. His master's degree is in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; both from Colorado State University.
Tyndall loves to teach and has managed to teach about one course per year as an administrator. He also enjoys dabbling in agriculture by way of growing grapes and making wine. He loves stargazing, skiing and fishing. Tyndall is originally from Littleton, Colorado and has spent much time hiking and boating in Wyoming with his family. He is married to Audrey and they have three children, Sophia, Tedla and Jalon.