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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 28, 2015

Loftin is the CEO of Homewise, an innovative social enterprise based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Homewise has pioneered an intensely customer-centric business model for creating low- and moderate-income homeowners. Homewise currently has retail branches in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.

 

Dec 27, 2015

For the past two decades Eric has worked as a researcher, analyst and policy maker on applied public policy issues ranging from economic development to early childhood education at the local, state, national and international level. For the first ten years of his career after receiving his Master’s Degree at the University of Maryland’s Public Policy School, he worked on international economic and labor issues at several agencies and on Capitol Hill.

 

Dec 21, 2015

Elected to the NM House of Representatives from Santa Fe in 2008, Brian Egolf is a practicing attorney in Santa Fe and has served as the Chairman of the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee since 2011. Egolf worked in the Bill Clinton White House, the US Treasury Department, and for Congressman Tom Udall.

Dec 20, 2015
Fischmann is a former New Mexico State Senator and political activist. He is founder and co-chair of the New Mexico Fair Lending Coalition and co-founder of Children's Reading Foundation of Southern New Mexico, and the Southwest Energy Alliance.

 

Dec 14, 2015

A former archaeologist and Sierra Club activist, Courtney White dropped out of the ‘conflict industry’ in 1997 to co-found the Quivira Coalition, a nonprofit dedicated to building bridges between ranchers, conservationists, public land managers, scientists and others around practices that improve land health (see www.quiviracoalition.org).

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