John Lenz retired from Eastman Kodak Colorado Div. as an Electrical/Mechanical Designer after 30 years. He taught part-time at Aims for over five years in the Ď90s and has been teaching full-time ever since.
John teaches engineering technology Computer Aided Drafting program classes and hopes to start students on the path to engineering.
John Mangin came to Aims in Fall of 2006. He attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison where he earned a B.S. in Construction Administration. He then went on to earn a M.Ed. in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University. Prior to his work at Aims, John worked as a Concrete Finisher for Froelich Concrete (1993-1997) and then moved to Monona Masonry to work as a Project Manager/Journeyman Bricklayer (1998-2005).
John currently teaches primarily in the Construction Management program, but is expanding his breadth to also teach some renewable and efficiency energy classes.
Lee earned a Bachelorís of Science degree from the University of Northern Colorado (UNC). While at UNC he was in the Society of Physics Students club and was a Program Coordinator for Alternative Break. He worked as an Applications Engineer for a research manufacturing company before coming to Aims Community College in 2011. He is currently working on a Masterís of Environmental Law and Policy at Vermont Law School. Lee thoroughly enjoys discussing energy and manufacturing with students and the community.