Tiare Santistevan, MA
B.S., Colorado State University
M.A., Colorado State University
Tiare Santistevan is an instructor in the Equine Sciences Program at Colorado State University. She is originally from Kauai, Hawaii where her family raised Thoroughbreds and Quarter Horses on their small farm. She moved to Colorado in 1995 to further her education. She received a Bachelors degree in Agricultural Education and a Masters of Agriculture in Cooperative Extension Education from Colorado State University. She is a 2008 graduate of the Colorado Agriculture and Rural Leadership (CARL) program, a USHJA Certified Trainer and certified in both English and Western disciplines through level four with the Certified Horsemanship Association.
Tiare joined the faculty at CSU in August 2001, and teaches Equine Event and Sales Management, Equine Management, Riding Instructor Training, Preparation for Equine Competition and teaches several lectures in the Introduction to Equine Science class. In addition to her duties as an instructor, Tiare is the internship coordinator for the program, advisor to the English Riding Club and is also the Key Academic Advisor for the program. In her spare time, Tiare can be found spending time with her family, riding her horses, playing soccer or enjoying the Colorado mountains.
ANEQ 201B – Preparation of Horses for Competition (English)
ANEQ 203 – Equine Management
ANEQ 358 – Equine Event & Sales Management
ANEQ 442 – Riding Instructor Training