Cornelio Salazar is a lifelong ranch owner, dedicated businessman, and active community member, where he co-owns the USA Ranch. With a lifetime of experience in ranching and business, Cornelio has become an integral part of the local community, contributing his expertise and passion to various endeavors.
Having owned and managed ranches throughout his life, he possesses a wealth of knowledge in the agricultural industry. He has not only ensured the prosperity of the USA Ranch but has also allowed him to establish a strong foothold in the community, providing employment opportunities and contributing to the local economy.
Beyond ranching and business, Cornelio is deeply committed to wildland firefighting, demonstrating his unwavering dedication to preserving the natural beauty and safety of the region. His involvement in this critical endeavor showcases his strong sense of responsibility and community spirit.
Moreover, Cornelio is an active member of his faith community and church, emphasizing his values of compassion, unity, and service. This commitment to his faith has instilled in him a profound sense of ethics and a desire to contribute positively to his community.
With a lifetime of experience and a track record of community engagement, Cornelio is now eager to take on a leadership role within the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant board. His background in ranching, business, firefighting, and community involvement makes him a formidable candidate for the positions of President or Vice President. His leadership and dedication are poised to guide the Land Grant board in preserving its heritage, fostering community growth, and ensuring the continued success of the organization.
Mary L Boies is a strong leader with a track record in real estate and a deep-rooted commitment to her community. Throughout her career, Mary has demonstrated not only a strong voice in leadership but also a genuine passion for serving the needs of others.
Mary's extensive experience of 35 years in land development, business management and real estate has equipped her with a wealth of knowledge in property management and community development. Her expertise in this field has not only benefited her professionally but has also allowed her to make a positive impact on the lives of individuals and families that live here.
Beyond her professional accomplishments, Mary is a dedicated community member who genuinely cares about the well-being of the people she serves. Her active involvement in local initiatives shows her commitment to fostering a strong and thriving community for everyone.
Now, Mary is eager to take on a leadership role within the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant Board, expressing her interest in both the President and Vice President positions. Her strong leadership skills, combined with her real estate expertise and community-oriented mindset, make her an outstanding candidate to guide the Land Grant board in preserving its heritage and ensuring continued growth. Mary's vision and dedication will undoubtedly contribute to the Land Grant's success and the betterment of the community it serves.
Lynda Gallegos is an accomplished office manager with a diverse skill set in office applications and a deep-rooted connection to the community her mother and family belonged to. Linda Gallegos has been working as a Navigator and Case Coordinator at El Centro Family Health for 13 years. El Centro Family Health and combines her professional expertise with a genuine concern for the well-being of her community, making her an ideal candidate for the position of Secretary on the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant.
Lynda’s proficiency in office applications and administrative skills is a testament to her ability to efficiently manage tasks and responsibilities. Her role at the health clinic has equipped her with the organizational skills required for keeping detailed records and ensuring smooth operations, qualities that are highly transferable to the position of Secretary.
What truly sets her apart is her deep care and connection to the community served by the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant. Despite spending only a fraction of her life in the community, she has a profound appreciation for the land grant's historical significance and its vital role in serving the people. Lynda is committed to preserving the heritage of the Land Grant and ensuring it continues to benefit the community.
With her combination of professional skills, dedication, and a heartfelt connection to the land grant, she is enthusiastic about taking on the role of Secretary. Her attention to detail, commitment to the community, and organizational prowess will be invaluable in supporting the Land Grant board's efforts to maintain its legacy and serve the people effectively.
Cy Martinez is a dedicated public service employee who has made substantial contributions to various departments in the state of New Mexico and Rio Arriba County. Cy is known for his unwavering commitment, strong work ethic, and exceptional responsibility.
Throughout his public service career, Cy has generously volunteered his time and expertise, enriching the lives of countless individuals and communities in New Mexico. His commitment to the betterment of Rio Arriba County and the state reflects his genuine dedication to public service and his desire to make a positive impact.
In addition to his public service involvement, Cy operates a successful tax services business with a local client base. His proficiency in financial matters and his ability to assist numerous clients with their tax-related needs demonstrate his professionalism, attention to detail, and excellent client relations skills.
Now, Cy is eager to extend his dedication and expertise to the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant board by seeking the Treasurer position. His background in public service, volunteerism, and tax services uniquely positions him to manage the financial responsibilities of the Land Grant board with integrity and efficiency. Cy's commitment to fiscal responsibility makes him an ideal candidate to ensure the Land Grant's financial well-being contributing to the community's continued growth and prosperity.
Diego Serrano is a retired US Army Sergeant with a diverse background in ranching, military service, and international experiences. Currently employed as a ranch foreman on the Madrid Ranch. Diego brings a unique skill set and an unwavering dedication to the table.
Diegos military service has equipped him with leadership qualities, discipline, and an ability to handle challenging situations effectively. His experiences living and working in various countries, coupled with his extensive work within the United States, have given him a broad perspective on diverse cultures, work ethics, and resource management.
With a desire to continue serving his community and utilizing his leadership skills, Diego is keenly interested in the Sergeant at Arms position on the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant. His background in the US Army, coupled with his ranching experience, makes him an ideal candidate for ensuring order, security, and effective communication within the community, promoting a sense of unity and collaboration among its members.
Diego’s unique blend of military leadership and ranching expertise positions him as an asset in maintaining the traditions and values of the Juan Bautista Baldes Land Grant while ensuring its continued growth and prosperity.
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