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50-Year Water Action Plan

As New Mexicans face increasing water scarcity and emerging threats to our existing resources, we will meet our goal of providing sustainable clean water to communities by implementing this plan.

Join the Governor's team & help shape the future of our great state!

We’re looking for talented and dedicated individuals who are passionate about public service and want to make a real difference in their communities.

Championing Early Childhood Education

Access to high-quality early childhood education is the bedrock for success – Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham is committed to making it a reality for every New Mexico family.

Capital Outlay Dashboard

The New Mexico Capital Outlay Dashboard is an online tool that allows the public, local governments, and state policymakers to track and analyze local infrastructure projects.

Governor's Hunger Action Fund

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Hunger Action Fund is targeting dollars at food insecurity across New Mexico — with your help. 

Meet Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham

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Senior Climate Policy Advisor

New Mexico has been a participating state in the U.S. Climate Alliance (USCA) since the beginning of Gov. Lujan Grisham’s first term, in 2019. Now, with Gov. Lujan Grisham having joined the USCA executive committee in 2023, and poised to take up a co-chairmanship in April 2024, additional focused staff support within the Governor’s Office is necessary. The new Senior Policy Advisor for Climate will support the Governor’s leadership at the USCA and be a liaison between the Governor’s Office, federal partners, tribal governments, the state legislature, and state agencies, including EMNRD and NMED. The Advisor will also coordinate, as appropriate, with external stakeholders and the public.

Director of Legislative Affairs

The Director of Legislative Affairs plays an essential leadership role in the office by working closely with the Chief of Staff in assisting with the formulation of the Governor’s policy and legislative strategy. The Legislative Director will work with the Deputy Legislative Director and the Communications Director to ensure that the Governor’s legislative strategy is incorporated into the office’s communications. The Legislative Director will also manage and oversee the performance of the legislative team (e.g., Legislative Deputy Director, Policy Analysts).

Serve Your Community

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Public service volunteers are needed to fill New Mexico board and commission positions.

Is public service your passion? Have you wanted to get involved, but did not know how? This is a wonderful opportunity for residents throughout New Mexico to learn about the various functions of state government as well as give back to the community. Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham needs your experience, talent and time!

The Governor’s Office is currently seeking members for a variety of boards and commissions including the Law Enforcement Certification Board.

 

Our Leadership

Department of Health

Pat Allen oversees the New Mexico public health system, statewide epidemiology and emergency response services, the state scientific laboratory, services for New Mexicans with developmental disabilities, statewide health facility regulation, and the operation of seven residential care facilities, including the Behavioral Health Institute and the New Mexico State Veteran’s Home.

Secretary for Public Education Department

Dr. Arsenio Romero, a native New Mexican and son of an educator, has spent the last quarter-century serving New Mexico communities as a school and district leader. Prior to his appointment as Public Education Department Secretary, Dr. Romero served as superintendent of Los Lunas Schools and superintendent and CEO of Deming Public Schools.

Mark Roper

Economic Development Department

Mark Roper was named Acting EDD Cabinet Secretary by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham in January 2024. He is a seventh-generation New Mexican with a long background in government, media, marketing, and community service. Roper joined the EDD in 2014 as a community, rural, and business development representative and was named Division Director for Economic Development in 2019.

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Contact

The Office of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham is located on the fourth floor of the New Mexico State Capitol in Room 400.

Address:
490 Old Santa Fe Trail Room 400
Santa Fe, NM 87501

Phone: (505) 476-2200
Toll free: (833) 520-0020

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