Colorado College has named five new members to its Board of Trustees. They are Joe Ellis ’80, president and CEO of the Denver Broncos; Natalie Pham ’99, an education consultant for numerous international, private, and public schools; Tafari Nia Lumumba ’05, a litigation associate in the Denver offices of Gibson, Dunn, and Crutcher, LLP; Jarod Rutledge ’17, who will begin a Ph.D. program at Stanford in genetics this fall, having served as a genetics research associate at Northern Arizona University during 2017-18; and student trustee Eyner Roman-Lopez ’19, a native of Peru who is majoring in mathematical economics with a minor in dance. Trustees finishing their terms and moving off the board are Heather Carroll ’89, Ben Kieklak ’18, Martha Wolday ’14, Robert Selig ’61, and John Chalik III ’67.