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File #: OC-22-19   
Type: Other Communication Status: In Council - Consent Agenda
File created: 9/7/2022 In control: City Council
Final action: 9/19/2022
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Reappointment of Ms. Christine Glidden to the Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees
Sponsors: Dan Lewis
Attachments: 1. OC-19.pdf



TO: All Councilors

FROM: Dan Lewis, Vice President, City Council

Reappointment of Ms. Christine Glidden to the Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees
DATE: September 2, 2022

Per Ordinance 10-4-1-4, if a member is eligible for reappointment to the Board and the Councilor in whose District that member resides desires to reappoint the member, the Councilor shall so notify the Council and the member shall be reappointed subject to the advice and consent of the Council.

The term of member Ms. Christine Glidden expired on July 31, 2022. I am recommending Ms. Christine Glidden to the City Council for confirmation of re-appointment to the Albuquerque Museum Board of Trustees.


Ms. Christine Glidden July 31, 2026
6105 Carousal Avenue NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120-2152

Ms. Christine Glidden is a long time Albuquerque resident/advocate and has served on numerous State of NM boards and commissions, several CABQ boards, on the Trustee Board of UNM Hospitals as a County Commission appointee, and as an Honorary Commander at KAFB.

She is an experienced and enthusiastic member of her community. As a champion triathlete, Christine is familiar with sport groups and with the fields, trails, and goal posts throughout the city. She and her husband raised a daughter in Albuquerque who went on to become a full scholarship athlete in track. Jenna and Christine trained on the Sandia Mountain to successfully summit Mt. Kilimanjaro in 2012.

Christine is an active member of Rotary and during COVID coordinated various groups of local volunteers including KAFB airmen to sort, pack and distribute 35 tons of food, water, and supplies to 4 NM Pueblos and primarily, the NM Navajo Nation. This was accomplished with grants from the ABQ. Community Foundation and Rotary International for a total of $57,000 not ...

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