DeLynn has taught at Aims since 2001. Prior to life at Aims, she was a corporate software trainer for 12 years and a computer programmer for six years.
DeLynn received her master’s degree in Educational Technology from UNC in 2010.
Sue has worked and taught in the business industry for more than 20 years. She teaches
business courses on the Greeley Campus and at Loveland.
Ellen graduated from the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) with a double major in Business and Education. Before UNC, she worked in a variety of fields, including real estate, manufacturing, printing and others. While at UNC, she worked in the Anthropology and Business departments for five years. After a short period of time with the Greeley district attorney's office, she begin her teaching career part time at the Aims Fort Lupton site the second quarter that the campus was open. She taught there for six months before she moved to Fort Morgan and taught at Morgan Community College for four years as a full-time instructor.
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. Ellen then returned to Aims as a full-time instructor in 1995 and feels that she has been “full circle” in her teaching career.
She enjoys the beginning of every semester and especially looks forward to spring graduations.