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Lindsay Humphries, Program Director for Junior Achievement of New Mexico, loves the way Albuquerque and its people welcome transplants with open arms. Learn more about her experience here as a young professional, and why she's excited about what's next.
Lindsay Humphries, Program Director for Junior Achievement of New Mexico, loves the way Albuquerque and its people welcome transplants with open arms. Learn more about her experience here as a young professional, and why she's excited about what's next.
Give and Take

Give and Take

2021-04-0241:00

Steve Maestas, CEO of Maestas Development Group, knows a thing or two about taking a chance, believing in the community and harnessing the power of teams. Hear how Steve started in Albuquerque and what he loves most about the community (hint - it's the people!).
Give and Tak‪e‬

Give and Tak‪e‬

2021-03-2841:00

Steve Maestas, CEO of Maestas Development Group, knows a thing or two about taking a chance, believing in the community and harnessing the power of teams. Hear how Steve started in Albuquerque and what he loves most about the community (hint - it's the people!).
Building Blocks

Building Blocks

2021-03-2641:55

Rathi Casey, CEO of design firm UKUU Creative, has lived all over the world, but she calls Albuquerque home. From the landscapes to the architecture to the opportunity to build community, there's something about Albuquerque that's different from everywhere else.
Creating a Culture

Creating a Culture

2021-03-2142:37

Jon Patten (co-founder) and Mark Herman (CEO) of Dion’s share their stories about the symbiotic relationship between Albuquerque and Dion’s, the iconic restaurant brand that was started in Albuquerque in 1978.
Creating a Culture

Creating a Culture

2021-03-1842:38

Jon Patten (co-founder) and Mark Herman (CEO) of Dion’s share their stories about the symbiotic relationship between Albuquerque and Dion’s, the iconic restaurant brand that was started in Albuquerque in 1978.
Reasons to Say Yes

Reasons to Say Yes

2021-03-1440:44

Peter Trevisani is the Owner and President of New Mexico United and he shares with us all the reasons he said yes to launching a professional soccer club in New Mexico.
Reasons to Say Yes

Reasons to Say Yes

2021-03-1240:44

Peter Trevisani is the Owner and President of New Mexico United.
Urban Planning

Urban Planning

2021-03-0750:45

David Campbell, CEO of Mesa del Sol, has a storied history of international and local diplomatic service, including serving in roles such as Chief Administrative Officer, City Manager, Planning Director and more with the City of Albuquerque. In this episode, David talks about the various cultural assets in Albuquerque, why it keeps pulling him back, and how in New Mexico, women lead.
Urban Planning

Urban Planning

2021-03-0650:45

David Campbell, CEO of Mesa del Sol, has a storied history of international and local diplomatic service, including serving in roles such as Chief Administrative Officer, City Manager, Planning Director and more with the City of Albuquerque. In this episode, David talks about the various cultural assets in Albuquerque, why it keeps pulling him back, and how in New Mexico, women lead.
Dr. Asa Stone is New Mexico's only Advanced Cicerone
Joline Gutierrez Krueger is a journalist and UpFront columnist for the Albuquerque Journal. A long-time media writer in Albuquerque gives her a great perspective on the city. 
Room to Run

Room to Run

2021-02-1436:51

Tony Monfiletto is the Executive Director of Future Focused Education and he is driven to create great opportunities for Albuquerque’s young people. On this episode, hear Tony’s take on how schools and focusing on growing our youth can make our city a better place to live. Also, you’ll learn about why he thinks there’s so much “room to run” in Albuquerque. 
Room to Run

Room to Run

2021-02-1236:51

Tony Monfiletto is the Executive Director of Future Focused Education and he is driven to create great opportunities for Albuquerque’s young people. On this episode, hear Tony’s take on how schools and focusing on growing our youth can make our city a better place to live. Also, you’ll learn about why he thinks there’s so much “room to run” in Albuquerque.
Joline Gutierrez Krueger is a journalist and Up Front columnist for the Albuquerque Journal
Inviting Magic

Inviting Magic

2021-02-0552:22

Randy Royster, President & CEO of the Albuquerque Community Foundation, LOVES our city. In this episode, he talks about the value of combining local business, legal and philanthropic expertise; how inviting people here to experience the magic is a gamechanger; and how anyone can be a philanthropist.
Gritty Charm

Gritty Charm

2021-01-3141:09

Notah Begay III, a golf analyst, former PGA Tour pro, and a Native New Mexican, shares his thoughts on why Albuquerqueans’ “gritty charm” makes this city so great. Also, hear his take on how New Mexico offers a living anthropology lesson and how the Indigenous approach to considering the next seven generations can benefit any community.
Gritty Charm

Gritty Charm

2021-01-2941:09

Notah Begay III, a golf analyst, former PGA Tour pro, and a Native New Mexican, shares his thoughts on why Albuquerqueans’ “gritty charm” makes this city so great. Also, hear his take on how New Mexico offers a living anthropology lesson and how the Indigenous approach to considering the next seven generations can benefit any community.
Dr. Shelle Sanchez, Director of Cultural Services for the City of Albuquerque, beautifully articulates how Albuquerque is a paradox of constraints and abundance, and it's this crossroads that makes it so interesting, creative, resilient and attractive.
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