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About District 6 Councilor Nichole Rogers

About District 6 Councilor Nichole Rogers.

A portait of City Councilor Nichole Rogers.

Email Councilor Nichole Rogers: [email protected]

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Committee Appointments for 2024

  • Land Use, Planning, & Zoning Committee
  • Albuquerque/Bernalillo County Government Commission (ABCGC), Chair
  • Regional Transit District (RTD)
  • Mid Region Council of Governments (MRCOG) / Metropolitan Transportation Board (MTB)
  • ABC Community Schools
  • Committee on Guidelines for Negotiations


City Councilor Nichole Rogers is a proud New Mexican, South Los Altos resident, and mom of Aaliyah (15) and Elijah (5). Throughout her career, she has been privileged to work with community members, business leaders, healthcare workers, non-profits, and the City of Albuquerque to actualize a vision of support and well-being for those who live in our City. Councilor Rogers focuses to center the voices of her community to develop tangible solutions to the challenges District 6 is facing so that everyone can thrive and belong. 

Councilor Nichole Rogers is the first African-American Woman elected to the Albuquerque City Council. I stand on the shoulders of Dr. Solomon Brown who was the first appointed African-American Man, who served between August 1977-November 1977.

Work Experience

  • African-American Community & Business Liaison, Office of Black Community Engagement, City of Albuquerque Equity & Inclusion (April 2021 – May 2023)
  • Independent Contractor, Primerica Financial Services, Albuquerque (March 2003 – Present)
  • Staff Development / Education Specialist, University of NM Hospital, Albuquerque (October 2017- April 2021)
  • Events & Sales Coordinator, Hollow Spirits Distillery, Albuquerque, NM (December 2018 – June 2020)
  • Staff Development Coordinator, Nursing Excellence, University of NM Hospital, Albuquerque (June 2015- October 2017) 
  • Compliance Coordinator, Health Wellness and Public Safety, Central NM Community College, Albuquerque (March 2009-August 2012)


  • Cibola High School/West Mesa High School (Albuquerque, NM) (1999)
  • Completed 2 years of college with a 3.5 GPA at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (Business/Pre-Med) (1999-2001)
  • Human Resources Certificate, Continuous Quality Improvement Certificate, EMT Basic Certification, Central NM Community College (2011)
  • Associate of Arts and Sciences (A.A.S.) Integrated Studies, Central NM Community College (2012)

Community Involvement

  • 2022-2023 Chair of the City of Albuquerque’s Gun Violence Task Force 
  • Hosted 23 Community Block Parties dispatching much-needed resources like rental assistance.
  • Current Board Secretary, New Mexico First Board
  • Former Examiner for Quality New Mexico
  • Glowing Employee of the Year 2022 CABQ
  • Emerge NM Graduate 2023
  • Census 2020 – Co-Chair of African American Complete Count Committee
  • Organizer for the 2020 - 2023 NM Juneteenth Celebration at Roosevelt Park and Civic Plaza.

Councilor Rogers Family

Councilor Rogers stands on the shoulders of a long line of public servants. From her father, Bernard, who is a former police officer and long-time business owner, to her mother, Vanessa, an early childhood educator, all the way to her grandfather Bob Baca who served honorably as New Mexico’s State Fire Marshal. As a Black and Hispanic single mother of two, her heritage and culture mean the world to her and give her a unique lens that helps her to think critically and be solutions-oriented. Councilor Rogers will fight to help your family navigate systems just as she helps her own family so we all have what we need to thrive, not just survive.