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Governor Susana Martinez Announces Appointments to Boards and Commissions

Posted by Z Dental Group - December 2nd, 2012

Gov. Susana Martinez, R-N.M., released a following news release:

Governor Susana Martinez announced now that she has done appointments to a Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, a Behavioral Health Planning Council, a New Mexico Border Authority, a Board of Dental Health Care, a Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, a Governor’s Commission on Disability, a Economic Development Commission, a Governor’s Council on Film and Media Industries, and a Historical Records Advisory Board.

Barbara Maddoux of Albuquerque has been reappointed to a Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Maddoux now works during NorthPointe Medicine as a alloy of Oriental medicine. Maddoux binds a Master of Oriental Medicine from a International Institute of Chinese Medicine and a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from a University of New Mexico and Randolph Macon Woman’s College.

Woods Houghton of Carlsbad has been reappointed to a New Mexico Behavioral Health Planning Council. Houghton has worked for 22 years as a Eddy County Extension Program Director during New Mexico State University. Houghton binds a Master of Science grade concentrating on Veterinary Entomology, and a Bachelor of Science grade concentrating in Range Science from New Mexico State University.

Robinson Tom of Crownpoint has been reappointed to a New Mexico Behavioral Health Planning Council. Tom has worked as a piece abuse advisor for a Navajo Department of Behavioral Health Services given 2005. Tom is obliged for training and providing presentations about a effects of piece abuse, wellness, recreation, and art therapy to assistance clients toward liberation from ethanol abuse. Tom attended International Business College in Las Cruces.

John Jay Spivey of Deming has been allocated to a New Mexico Border Authority. Spivey is also a Chairman of a Luna County Board of Commissioners. Spivey played an critical purpose in a growth and graduation of a Columbus Port of Entry and a Columbus cattle crossing. He attended Western New Mexico University.

Richard Hatch of Albuquerque has been allocated to a Board of Dental Health Care. Hatch is an Attorney during Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin Robb, P.A., practicing polite invulnerability litigation. Hatch binds a law grade from a University Of New Mexico School Of Law and a B.A. in Political Science and Spanish from Brigham Young University.

Sandra Skaar of Albuquerque has been reappointed to a Developmental Disabilities Planning Council. Skaar is a Owner of Self-Directed Choices, LLC. Skaar also works as a Program Manager for a American Parkinson’s Disease Association during a University of New Mexico. Skaar binds a Master of Social Work from New Mexico State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Health Services Administration and Gerontology from Spring Arbor University.

Doris Dennison of Yahtahey has been allocated to a Governor’s Commission on Disability. Dennison is now late after operative as an Independent Living Specialist for a San Juan Center for Independence. Dennison attended Lamson Business College and Southern Utah State College.

Trudy Luken of Las Cruces has been allocated to a Governor’s Commission on Disability. Luken is now a Director of Student Accessibility Services during New Mexico State University. Luken binds a Master of Arts in Special Education/Educational Administration from New Mexico State University and a Bachelor of Science in Special Education/Elementary Education from a University of Maryland.

Donald Day of Raton has been allocated to a Economic Development Commission. Day is now a Chief Executive Officer of Colfax County, New Mexico. Day binds a Master of Business Administration from Keller Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor’s grade in Security Management from Devry University.

Teri Farley of Edgewood has been allocated to a Governor’s Council on Film and Media Industries. Farley now works as a Academic Chair for Animation during a Southwest University of Visual Arts in Albuquerque. Farley has 20 years of knowledge in striking pattern and painting as good as a total 29 years of knowledge operative in film and video prolongation and animation. Farley binds a Bachelor of Animation Graphics grade from a Southwest University of Visual Arts in Tucson, AZ.

Rick Clemente of Corrales has been allocated to a Governor’s Council on Film and Media Industries. Clemente is now a CEO of I-25 Studios in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Clemente has worked in a film and media attention for over 42 years with prolongation companies such as 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, and Production Central ABQ.

Clemente attended a Art Center College of Design for Advertising and Illustration-Photography, a University of California during Los Angeles, and Menlo College.

Matthew Martinez of Santa Fe has been allocated to a Historical Records Advisory Board. Martinez is now a Director of a Northern Pueblos Institute and Assistant Professor of Pueblo Indian Studies during Northern New Mexico College. Martinez binds a Ph.D. in American Studies and American Indian Studies from a University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, a Master of Arts in Political Science from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish from a University of New Mexico.

Terry Ortega of Santa Fe has been reappointed to a Historical Records Advisory Board. Ortega is a Legal Assistant during Hinkle, Hensley, Shanor Martin LLP. Ortega binds a Master of Arts in Southwest Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in History from New Mexico Highlands University.

Contact: Susana Martinez, 505/819-1398,

scott.darnell@state.nm.us

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