Accounting Faculty and Staff:
Professor Hatchell is the Curriculum Chairperson at Aims, which oversees all curricular needs for campus program areas. She is a member of the following professional organizations: American Association of Women in Community Colleges (AAWCC), American Society of Women Accountants (ASWA), FBLA (professional membership), and Teachers of Accounting at Two-Year Colleges (TACTYC). Lori is the treasurer and board member of the TACTYC organization, which supports accounting faculty across the country. She has served on many taskforces and works to offer dual credit accounting course options to local secondary students. Professor Hatchell thoroughly enjoys teaching content that supports abundant career choices. She teaches BTE 108, BUS 213 and BTE 225.
Gina earned her Master of Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance from Franklin University in 2005.She teaches Principles of Accounting I and II, Cost, Finance, Payroll, Tax and the Enrolled Agent Prep courses. She also teaches Business classes from time to time.
From Fort Morgan, she moved to Fort Collins where she taught study skills classes for a year while she pursued her Master’s degree in Vocational Education at Colorado State University. She then spent two years in Utah teaching for a junior college before returning to her home state.
For three years she taught high school, coached, and sponsored all kinds of student activities and then returned to Aims as a full time instructor in 1995 and feel that she has been “full circle” in her teaching career.
She enjoys the beginning of every semester and especially looks forward to spring graduations!