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Nelsy Dominguez
Program Director

Nelsy has many years of non-profit organizational and programmatic experience in the philanthropic and non-profit sectors, most notably as the Deputy Director at Farm to Table NM and Program Director at the New Mexico Community Foundation. Throughout, Nelsy has focused on coalescing opportunities that optimize collaboration and investment in New Mexico’s communities with a commitment to equity, leadership development, and to improving quality of life and economic opportunity of New Mexicans. Life experiences ingrained a belief in the fundamental importance of addressing structural and institutional systems of inequities and of working towards changes that honor, care, and respect one another.

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Amy Donafrio
Associate Director

Amy is part of the management team and is responsible for operations, budget oversight and project management. Prior to joining the Foundation in 2006, Amy lived in New York and worked at Binghamton University, the NY court system, and Blue Cross Blue Shield. She holds a bachelor’s in psychology from Binghamton University and a Master’s in Accounting from the University of New Mexico.

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Denise Herrera PhD, MCHES
Executive Director
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Cecile LaBore
Information Manager

Cecile has worked at Con Alma part-time since 2008, managing the foundation’s external and internal information systems and grants database.

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Dennis J. McCutcheon
Communications and Outreach Coordinator

Dennis started with Con Alma in 2011 as a graduate student intern from New Mexico Highlands University. Today he provides coordination and leadership for the foundation’s communications and outreach. Dennis holds a bachelor’s and master’s in social work (MSW) from New Mexico Highlands University with a concentration in government nonprofit management.




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