These professionals are the latest graduates of Leadership New Mexico’s Connect New Mexico program. (Courtesy of Leadership New Mexico)
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Thirty young professionals from around the state have graduated from Leadership New Mexico’s Connect New Mexico program.
Open to professional 25 to 40 years old, Connect New Mexico The Next Generation of Leadership is designed to help participants develop personal leadership skills, learn how New Mexico systems and structures work, and explore critical issues facing the state, according to a news release from the organization.
Graduating from the eleventh class of the program were: Angela Baca, business banking relationship manager, U.S. Bank; Aly Bachechi, senior financial analyst, U.S. Eagle Federal Credit Union; Emily Brudenell, architect and partner, The Hartman & Majewski Design Group; Molly Calvani, project manager, NCA Architects; Tracy Chiado, marketing manager, Wilson & Co. Inc., Architects & Engineers; Natalie Chiha, business management professional, Sandia National Laboratories; Brooke Dixon, health system specialist/group practice manager, Department of Veterans Affairs; John Foley, executive strategy professional, Sandia National Laboratories; Lynn Goldstein, NERC CIP program manager, PNM; Scott Koller, electrical engineer, Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers; Josh Lujan, client executive, HUB International Insurance; Amanda Guth, human resources specialist, Haverland Carter Lifestyle Group, La Vida Llena; Meghannraye Sutton, accounting manager, DMC Logistics; and Nate Wells, executive director, Heritage Hotels & Resorts.
Leadership New Mexico is dedicated to identifying and enhancing leadership by providing a forum to identify and explore the challenges and opportunities facing New Mexico. Participants are drawn from diverse ethnic, gender, regional and business backgrounds.
Applications are being accepted for the 2018-2019 Connect New Mexico Program and 2018-2019 Core Program. The deadline for applications is March 15. For an application visit www.leadershipnm.org or call 505-398-1500.