Development Director Sues President at Rocky Mountain
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Shari VanDelinder, the development director of Rocky Mountain College, has sued the institution and President Michael Mace, charging him with being a "violent, threatening boss who drove away employees and potential donors," The Billings Gazette reported. The suit claims that Mace screamed at VanDelinder for paying more attention to one donor than another at an event -- even as she explained to the president that she was focusing on the more generous donor. Board leaders said that they have investigated the complaints and are standing behind the president.