Board of Directors Members
Robyn Admire is a graduate student at New Mexico Highlands University where she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Clinical Social Work. She is a fourth generation New Mexican who earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of New Mexico. As a lifelong resident of New Mexico, she is passionate about her community, and felt the calling to become a social worker because she wants to help others and advocate for vulnerable populations. Robyn feels that breaking the cycle of homelessness and helping people achieve their fullest potential is an important mission. She is committed to helping CLNkids provide the services homeless children and their families need to build a brighter future. Robyn serves on the Advocacy & Outreach Committee.
CPA, Principal, REDW LLC
Jessica Bundy is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and holds a B.B.A. with a concentration in Accounting and Finance. She is a senior manager in the audit and consulting department at REDW and specializes in employee benefit plan and internal audits. Jessica is a member and serves on the board of the local chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors. She is also a member of the AICPA and the NMSCPA, where she was named a 2015 “Woman to Watch.” She attended the New Mexico Society of CPAs’ Leadership Academy in 2013. Jessica also serves on the Chi Omega house corporation board. She became involved with CLN Kids in college during her time in Chi Omega sorority and in 2015 reconnected with the organization at the annual breakfast. Jessica joined the CLN Kids board to help end childhood homelessness and is passionate about the organization and their mission. Jessica is a mother to two boys and enjoys spending time with her family.
Erin is a committed and proactive community leader who believes in the power of people and place. She has a deep appreciation for how economic, environmental, and social issues affect our well-being. Professionally, Erin has worked with the private tech sector, academic research, and with non-profits in New Mexico, San Francisco, CA and Research Triangle Park in North Carolina. A New Mexico resident for fourteen years, Erin has worked on community development and policy projects at the neighborhood and state-wide level. Serving alongside others to strengthen the community is dear to her heart. She has served as an Americorp/VISTA at a homeless service provider and is a board member of the New Mexico Public Health Association, CLN Kids, and Learners Chess Academy. Erin holds a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from UNC Chapel Hill and master’s degrees in Community and Regional Planning and Public Administration from University of New Mexico.
Office Administrative Assistant, Sandia National Laboratories
Alexandria Gonzalez is a graduate of the University of New Mexico and holds a M.B.A with a concentration in Marketing and a B.A. with a concentration in English – Professional Writing. She is currently pursuing a M.S. in National Security and Public Safety through the University of New Haven. She is currently an Office Administrative Assistant at Sandia National Laboratories. As a life long New Mexican, she feels a strong connection to her community and is devoted to making it stronger. She sees a need for combating homelessness and is eager to build awareness and support for CLNkids. Alex joined the CLNkids board in order to play a role in ending the cycle of homelessness, especially for children. Alex is also part of the CLNkids Finance Committee.
Director of Marketing & Public Relations National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
Jennifer Hayden is the Director of Marketing & PR at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, a wonderful institution where she has worked for 5 years. She is a recent graduate of the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Leadership Albuquerque program, and she is a member of the Young Professionals of Albuquerque, the New Mexico American Marketing Association, the Young Leaders Society of United Way of Central New Mexico, and a Number of the other community programs. As a mother of two very young boys, she and her husband very much enjoy all the wonderful museums, outdoor activities, and cultural events that New Mexico has to offer.
William J. Lemen
Clifford R. McNary
State Classification and Testing Manager, NM State Personnel Office
Clifford holds a Master’s Degree in Social Psychology from the University of New Mexico, a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of New Mexico, is a Certified Conflict Resolution Mediator with 1993 Certification from Mediation Alliance. Clifford is currently the State of New Mexico’s State Classification and Testing Manager for the State Personnel Office. In this position, he supervises and directs the classification and applicant testing administration of the State’s classified system. He applies principles of psychology to human resources, administration and management and marketing challenges. Cliff works with management to organize the work setting to improve worker productivity. As a lifelong New Mexican and adoptee, Cliff is an ardent supporter of advocacy organizations that protect, maintain and strengthen the family nucleus while furthering the development of its most vulnerable members. Believing that every and any child deserves a loving family, Cliff and his wife, Amy, have adopted two children and are aunt and uncle to an a adopted niece and nephew. Through his work here at CLNKids he hopes to give back to his community the gift of hope, happy and healthy.
Commercial Relationship Manager, U.S. Bank
Suzanne Mirabal, has served on the CLNkids Board of Directors since 2012. She is the new Chair for the CLNkids Development Committee and has served on the committee the entire time she has been on the board. Suzanne is a Vice President, Commercial Banker for US Bank and has established a successful career in banking for over 20 years. Her Focus has been growth and maintenance of a 'commercial business' portfolio for numerous small businesses throughout New Mexico. Her involvement with CLNkids started when she took a tour of the facility and attended the '2011 Annual Breakfast' she then embraced the mission to "Break the Cycle of Homelessness". Suzanne was so moved by the experience that she inquired about how to become more involved; she was eventually nominated to join the Board. Suzanne also serves on the YMCA of Central New Mexico Board of Directors, as well as, The Loan Fund Board of Directors. She is a native New Mexican, enjoys time with her two children, extended family and friends. Has a great appreciation for live music, exercise, the outdoors; travels when she can.
Family Nurse Practitioner, Bosque Women's Care
Whitny Doyle Schluter is a Family Nurse Practitioner, currently providing women’s health services at Bosque Women’s Care. Prior to that, she worked for over 3 years with The University of New Mexico’s Department of Internal Medicine, offering full scope outpatient primary care. At UNM, she was also involved with teaching medical students during their first year of instruction at the School of Medicine. She herself was mentored closely by many of the state’s most outstanding physicians, providers, nurses, and other health care advocates. Her nursing background includes newborn and maternal health care. Her experience caring for New Mexico’s underserved mothers and babies fueled her interest in advocacy work for our most vulnerable citizens. She has served as a Big Sister for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Mexico, a volunteer tutor, and a mentor for student nurses and nurse practitioners. She became a mother in 2014, and loves spending time with her beautiful daughter Mae and her partner Matt, a physicist at Sandia National Labs. Whitny became aware of CLNkids in 2011, while writing a feature on child homelessness for her nationally awarded Miss Diagnosis health care column in Albuquerque’s Weekly Alibi newspaper. She promptly fell in love with the CLNkids, and is extremely grateful for the opportunity to support this vital organization by serving on the Advocacy and Outreach committee.
General Manager, Regus Management Group
Christy has lived in Albuquerque since she was 5 years old. She graduated from Sandia High School and The University of New Mexico. She is the General Manager for Regus Management Group, a global workplace solutions provider. Christy joined the board of CLNKids because she believes that this organization does amazing work in helping to alleviate the tragic problem of homelessness in Albuquerque.
Branch Manager, Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union
Jered N. Trujillo is a Branch Manager for Sandia Laboratory Federal Credit Union since 2012. He was raised in Roswell, NM, until he moved to Albuquerque in 2005 to pursue his Bachelors Degree in Economics from The University of New Mexico. Jered also serves in the New Mexico Air National Guard, and has participated in community involvement annually, since middle school, from helping donate presents to families with the Roswell Police Department, to volunteering at Road Runner Food Bank, plus many more. He enjoys giving back to the community, believing that the growth and development in people is the highest form, and CLNkids is one of the best providers in that field; by developing and helping the next generation and their families become stronger.
Policy Analyst, United Way of Santa Fe
Executive Director, CLNkids