Terry Huffington began her career as a geologist at Chevron, U.S.A., before joining her father's company, where she was Vice President and Director. She has a strong interest in education as well as health care and has been involved on several governing boards―positions she will resign as she spends more and more time in Colorado. Terry Huffington followed her father onto the BCM Board of Trustees in 1999 but will soon conclude her term to concentrate her interests on a project in Steamboat Springs, Colo., with her husband Ralph Dittman, M.D., who is a 1973 graduate of BCM with a specialty in obstetrics and gynecology. She will be using year-round greenhouses to grow organic produce. A second project will establish an organic hay meadow for cultivation. Additionally, she plans to create a forest garden―a forest ecosystem of edible plants.