Save the Date: A Toast to Kim Posich!

As many of you know, Kim Posich, the Center’s longtime Executive Director, has stepped down from his position. We would like to take the opportunity to recognize his important contributions to the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty and the people of New Mexico. Please join us on April 18th at Hotel Albuquerque to toast Kim and thank him for his years of service.

We hope you will mark your calendars and plan to join us. Additional information will be coming soon.

A Toast to Kim Posich!
Tuesday, April 18th
5:00-7:00pm
Hotel Albuquerque

The Center Celebrates 20 Years of Advocacy!

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Guests enjoy food, drink, and great company at the beautiful Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

On Thursday, April 14th, we celebrated the New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty’s 20th Anniversary with a memorable event at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. It was wonderful to see so many people come together to recognize the impact our organization has made on the lives of low-income New Mexicans.

Please enjoy a few photos of the evenings’ festivities. Photography services were provided by Ideum, our Champion Level Sponsor.

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NMCLP Development Director Stacey Leaman talks with NM Legal Aid’s Executive Director Ed Marks at the registration table. 

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A woman signs the Center’s guest book.

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NMCLP Board Member Regis Pecos speaks to Judge Raymond Ortiz and Senator Ortiz y Pino.

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NMCLP Legal Director Gail Evans was the evening’s Master of Ceremonies.

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A large crowd joined us for the 20th Anniversary Celebration.

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Senator Michael S. Sanchez speaks at the event.

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Gail Evans welcomes United States Senator Jeff Bingaman to the stage to share his thoughts about the state of poverty in New Mexico.

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Ruth Kovnat receives an award for her service on the Center’s Founding Board of Directors. For more information on the honored guests, please read our article Important Players Honored at the Center’s 20th Anniversary.

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The evening ended with dancers from Jemez Pueblo. Thank you to the wonderful performers!

Once again, we’d like to thank the 20th Anniversary Celebration sponsors!

Champion Circle Sponsor
Ideum, Inc

Leader Circle Sponsor
Freedman Boyd Hollander Goldberg Urias & Ward P.A.

Defender Circle Sponsors
McGinn Carpenter Montoya & Love, P.A.
McCune Charitable Foundation
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Johnson Barnhouse and Keegan, LLP
Coyte Law P.C.
Kennedy Kennedy & Ives, LLC
Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin, & Robb, P.A.
University of New Mexico School of Law
Brindle Foundation
First Financial Credit Union

Friend Circle Sponsors
AARP New Mexico
Ambition Consulting Group
Bogardus & Scott, Attorneys at Law, P.C.
BEStstaff
Con Alma Health Foundation
Garcia Ives Nowara, LLC
State Bar of New Mexico
Sheehan & Sheehan, P.A.

Celebrate 50 Years of Medicare & Medicaid!

You’re invited to the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Medicare & Medicaid. These programs have improved the lives of New Mexicans for half a century and we want you to be there to look forward to 50 more years of success. The New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty and the Health Care for All Coalition will be celebrating at Explora on July 30th from 4pm-6pm.
Admission is free starting at 1pm, so please feel free to come a few hours early to enjoy the museum with friends and family. Food, beverages, and entertainment will be provided.

Please RSVP with the following link: EventBrite

For more about the anniversary of Medicare & Medicaid, visit the website of the National Academy of Social Insurance, the Kaiser Family Foundation, or the Department of Health and Human Services.