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ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board

Information about the ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board.

Council Application

Apply for the ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board

Submission Deadline

Residents who want to help shape Albuquerque's future are encouraged to apply for an exclusive opportunity to impact city government and their community.

Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

Council Duties

The ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board will advise and support ABQ Volunteers activities, as defined by its mission statement. The Board will provide non-binding recommendations to ABQ Volunteers regarding its ongoing and potential activities.

Application Process

A City of Albuquerque ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board is created and shall be staffed by the Office of the Mayor.

Message from Mayor Tim Keller

"The work done by ABQ Volunteers is about inspiring everyone in our community to come together in the spirit of service and celebrate what makes us One Albuquerque. We want to turn government inside out so every person has a role to play in moving our city forward. When we work together as one city, it makes a difference in our community."

Meeting Schedule

ABQ Volunteers Advisory Board generally meets on the second Tuesday of every month and are open to the public.

View upcoming scheduled meetings and agendas.

Meeting Minutes

Current Members

  • Tsiporah Nephesh – New Mexico Thrives
  • Ann Walton – Junior League of Albuquerque
  • Andrea F. Yost - PNM
  • Gregory A. Hallstrom – Community Link ABQ
  • Adriano C. Lujan – beWellnm, New Mexico Health Insurance Exchange
  • Hallee Nguyen – Matchbox Marketing
  • Tim M. Sheahan – Alzheimer’s Association
  • Taura Livingston – Casa Esperanza
  • Dathan L. Weems – ABQ Involved
  • Michelle R. Montoya – ABQ Isotopes
  • Patricia Lee Chavez – PLC Enterprises
  • Erin Hagenow – Junior Achievement of NM
  • Stephanie Griego – Rape Crisis Center