City of Albuquerque
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File #: EC-20-172   
Type: Executive Communication Status: Confirmed
File created: 10/5/2020 In control: City Council
Final action: 10/19/2020
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Mayor's Appointment of Mr. Joel Trujillo to the Human Rights Board
Attachments: 1. EC-172
September 22, 2020


TO: Pat Davis, President, City Council

FROM: Timothy M. Keller, Mayor

Mayor's Appointment of Mr. Joel Trujillo to the Human Rights Board

I am submitting for your advice and consent the following name for appointment to the
Human Rights Board in accordance with the City of Albuquerque Ordinance 11-3-4-1 through


Mr. Joel Trujillo December 31, 2021
2200 Lester Drive NE, Apartment 269
Albuquerque, NM 87112-2649

Joel Trujillo, is native New Mexican, born in Albuquerque, NM, raised in northern New Mexico, graduated high school in Alamogordo, NM, and is a first generation college graduate, from the University of New Mexico. Mr. Trujillo, currently is employed with Presbyterian Health services, where he garnered a new-found interest and passion for community health and well-being. He currently works in the Urology departments of the organization, and has been employed with the company for a year and a half. Mr. Trujillo, has always had an eclectic and artistic nature. Always drawn to art, music, and culture; he too is an artist in his own right. Trujillo, has always been interested in social activism, since being an undergraduate student. Mr. Trujillo, has interned for the Democratic Party of New Mexico, has served local, district and state roles of leadership with LULAC - the largest & oldest Hispanic civil rights organization in the nation. Mr. Trujillo, current serves the second highest position within New Mexico LULAC, as the Deputy State Director; has been a member for almost 11 years. He too has also lobbied and interned for several legislative sessions in Santa Fe, and personally to him, he advocates for social awareness and promotion for mental he...

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