Cabinet Secretary for Department of Indian Affairs
Lynn A. Trujillo brings two decades of experience working in partnership with native communities. She previously worked with Native American tribes and organizations throughout New Mexico as the Native American Coordinator for USDA Rural Development programs, bringing resources to communities across the state. She has intimate knowledge of building relationships with New Mexico’s native communities and the needs of the state’s tribes and pueblos, as well as experience organizing in native communities and developing programs to preserve native culture and language. Trujillo holds a bachelor’s from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from UNM Law School, and has years of experience focusing on tribal law. She is a member of Sandia Pueblo, where she previously served as general counsel, as well as part Acoma and Taos pueblos.
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