Con Alma Health Foundation (CAHF) announces the election of three new members of the Foundation’s statewide Community Advisory Committee (CAC).

“The Community Advisory Committee, Board of Trustees, and staff are happy to welcome new volunteers that represent Carlsbad, Bloomfield/Farmington and Las Cruces areas.  The Foundation’s Community Advisory Committee is critical to our commitment to include community voices in grant making and program initiatives that work to improve health for all New Mexicans,” said Dolores E. Roybal, CAHF Executive Director. The new CAC members are:

Louise Tracey-Hosa, Las Cruces – Tracey-Hosa is retired from Con Alma Health Foundation after serving as Southern Outreach Coordinator. For 11 years, she was Executive Director of La Piñon Sexual Assault Recovery Services. She is currently a member of the Doña Ana County Health Alliance, and current President of the Doña Ana County Humane Society.

Beverly Allen, Carlsbad – Allen is a field representative for Sen. Tom Udall, based in Carlsbad and covering southeast New Mexico.  Formerly the Grant County Community Health Coordinator, she worked to address social determinants of health.  As President of Zia Diversity Training, Allen provides training and consulting about diversity in workplaces and healthcare settings.

Pamela Drake, Bloomfield/Farmington – Drake is the chief executive officer for the San Juan County Partnership, a community coalition that works toward community wellness and prevention awareness.  She currently serves on the substance abuse sub-committee to the behavioral health planning council, on the board of the San Juan Safe Communities Initiative.

For more information about Con Alma Health Foundation’s Community Advisory Committee, click here.


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