We are happy to welcome Abigail to Con Alma Health Foundation!

Sep 27, 2021

Please join us in welcoming Abigail Ropp to our small and mighty Con Alma team. Before becoming our office manager, Abigail held roles in database and office administration at other nonprofits, including Roadrunner Food Bank, ProPublica Illinois, and Connections for Abused Women and their Children. In addition to making our office run smoothly, she will manage accounts payable and work with vendors. You may see Abigail at meetings we host, and she’ll communicate with our Board of Directors and Community Advisory Committee about meetings and pertinent information.

Abigail is originally from northern Michigan, where she received degrees in English Literature and Theater Performance from Northern Michigan University. She has lived in New Mexico since 2019. Outside of her role as office manager at Con Alma, Abigail loves to bake and act. To stay healthy, she spends a lot of time outdoors with her partner and chihuahua Maggie, hiking, camping, and meditating in the mountains. She loves New Mexico for the incredible food, art, nature and community. Abigail says she’s thrilled to work at Con Alma because of the collaborative and supportive environment, and she is proud that her skills will contribute to advancing health equity in New Mexico and helping our diverse communities thrive.

We Congratulate Our Most Recent Grant Recipients

In celebration of Con Alma Health Foundation’s 20 years of investing in the health of New Mexico’s communities, we are honored to announce 33 grants totaling $507,500. In addition to our annual grants, Con Alma awarded $525,000 in vaccine equity and community rebuild grants to help ensure COVID-19 vaccines are distributed equitably across the state and support communities to address the disproportionate impact the pandemic has had on them.

Con Alma understands that health is more than healthcare. As such, the Foundation’s grants reflect a diversity of strategies and issues that affect people’s physical, mental, emotional, behavioral, social, oral, environmental, economic and spiritual well-being.

Follow the link below to learn more about our latest grant recipients.

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