Alice Liu McCoy
Cabinet Secretary for Aging and Long-Term Services Department
Alice Liu McCoy was previously an attorney at Disability Rights New Mexico who represented New Mexicans with disabilities in systemic impact litigation, individual cases, and legislative and regulatory advocacy. McCoy has advocated on behalf of New Mexicans on guardianship issues, including serving on the Supreme Court Ad Hoc Guardianship and Conservatorship Rules and Forms Committee and the Board of the New Mexico Guardianship Association, and she has developed an expertise in Medicaid community benefits and waiver issues. McCoy has also advocated for the rights and safety of New Mexicans with mental illness, including leading a charge to urge the state to regulate and license boarding homes. A daughter of a nurse practitioner specializing in geriatric care, McCoy has spent a lifetime getting to know and working with older Americans. McCoy lives in Albuquerque with her husband Micah McCoy and her daughter Betty Liu McCoy. She earned a law degree from the University of Texas in 2010 and an undergraduate degree from Texas Tech University.
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