CONNECT WITH NEW MEXICO’S LEADERSHIP FOR PARTNERSHIP AND PROBLEM SOLVING
Which counties are engaged with 100% New Mexico initiative?
New Mexico has taken a leadership role in using a data-driven process to increase access to the services for surviving and thriving. Please explore our map of New Mexico below to track the progress of the 100% New Mexico initiative. We are all in this together.
Please contact the Anna, Age Eight Institute to provide updates on elected officials and stakeholders so our map is current. Thank you.
Who are our elected leaders that strengthen our systems of health, safety and security?
New Mexico, like all states, becomes a place where 100% of families thrive with courageous leadership. New Mexico’s leaders and stakeholders are investing in data-driven strategies to ensure our health, safety, and emergency readiness. Contact us to learn how your county launches the 100% New Mexico initiative, working in alignment with the efforts of our elected leaders and stakeholders. In New Mexico, we are in communication with all elected officials in all 33 counties with updates on our progress emailed weekly, inviting dialogue focused on ensuring thriving residents.
MOBILIZING A STATE TO ADDRESS A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS AND ECONOMIC DISRUPTION
There are thousands of elected leaders and stakeholders guiding our state, counties, cities and tribes. However, just a few local leaders working together can profoundly change a county’s ability to handle everyday challenges and sudden crises.
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham
Lt. Governor Howie Morales and our honorable state lawmakers: 113
US Senators and Representatives: 5
Cabinet Secretaries leading major departments: 30
County governments lead by commissioners: 33
City governments lead by mayors and councilmembers: 472
School districts lead by school board members: 89
College and Universities lead by presidents and boards: 28
Native American Tribes—sovereign nations headed by their own governments: 23
Within each county, local officials and leaders control the budgets and priorities impacting the quality of family, school, community and economic life. Civil servants and leaders have the capacity to organize themselves in new ways to collaborate and ensure the health, safety, education and livelihood of 2 million residents.
Initiative Planning Tools
The 100% New Mexico initiative is organized to identify and address gaps in the ten vital services. The “100% Community org chart” provided below is available as a guide to local mobilizing. Since every county is different, every organizational structure will be unique in order to meet local needs.
The 100% New Mexico initiative is guided by a planning tool called a “Logic Model.” This model, available below, presents the 100% New Mexico initiative’s goals, activities and projected outcomes.