They set up COVID-19 testing sites, collected and distributed supplies to those in need, helped the most vulnerable high school seniors graduate, and made a significant impact in our communities.
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The former military doctor has spent his career caring for underserved communities, ranging from migrant farmworkers in Las Cruces to homeless people in Albuquerque.
The folk music duo and co-founders of the nonprofit IndigenousWays used their voices to rally support and donations for the Navajo Nation during the outbreak.
During the pandemic, this entrepreneur led a drive to distribute groceries and meals to thousands of residents throughout the state.
The medical director of El Centro Family Health, in Española, works on root causes to improve northern New Mexicans’ lives.
The founders of Seed2Need grow, harvest, and distribute 25 tons of organic produce each year to central New Mexico food banks.
The founder of Wings for Life International helps incarcerated people and their loved ones build a runway to a better life.
As the second-longest-serving educator in the state, this teacher delivers lessons that go far beyond the classroom.
A former University of New Mexico Hospital emergency room nurse led the charge to establish the state’s only 24/7 COVID-19 testing site.
The founder of Girls in STEM helps create a place for girls to find success—and themselves—in science, technology, engineering, and math.