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Eric Griego's Biography
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Eric G. Griego
Wife: Kim; 2 children: Melissa, Lucas
MPA, Public Management, University of Maryland, 1991, Grade Point Average of 3.5
BA, Journalism and Government, New Mexico State University, 1989, Grade Point Average of 3.5
Senator, New Mexico State Senate, 2008-2012
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 1, 2012
City Councilman, Albuquerque City Council, 2001-2005
Good Jobs First Board of Directors, 2010-present
National Kids Count Steering Committee, Annie E. Casey Foundation, 2008-present
Voices for America?s Children Membership Leadership Committee, 2008-present
President, New Mexico State Municipal League, 2001-2005
Chair, State Economic Development Commission, 2002-2005
Hispanic Elected Local Officials, 2002-2005
Boardmember, Albuquerque ? Bernalillo County Government Commission, 2001-2003
Executive Director, New Mexico Voices for Children, 2009-2012
Assistant Cabinet Secretary, New Mexico Economic Development Department, 2005-2007
Part Time Instructor, Central New Mexico Community College, 2000-2005
President and Co-Founder, Engaging Communication, Limited Liability Company, 2001-2005
Lecturer, University of New Mexico Honors Program, 2000-2003
International Labor Advisor/Communications Director, Secretariat of the North American Commission for Labor Cooperation, 1995-1998
Lecturer, University of Texas at Dallas, 1996-1998
International Economist, United States Department of Labor, 1991-1995
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
Member/Youth Choir Leader, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, present
President, New Mexico Municipal League, 2005
Latin American Social Science Network (FLACSO), 1991
North American Affairs Office, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, 1990
Reason for Seeking Public Office:
We need real change in Santa Fe.
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