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Trusted Partners

"One finger can't lift a pebble." - Hopi Proverb


Just as one finger can’t lift a pebble, we look to various organizations as trusted partners to build the support system for our families and teens. Many working together can do so much for our future leaders and citizens. Join us in learning more about these fine organizations.


Non Profit Organizations


New Mexico Children’s Foundation
Linda Ferdig-Riley
www.nmchildren.org

The Kindled Spirits
Joshua Sage
www.kindledspirits.org

New Mexico Educational Assistance Foundation

Oscar Garcia – Director
www.nmeaf.org

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico
Sharon Tenorio - Chief Marketing and Outreach Officer
www.bbbs-cnm.org

Citizen Schools New Mexico
Suzanne Cridge-Goodwin - Executive Director,
www.citizenschools.org

Warehouse 21
Ana Maria Gallegos y Reinhardt - Executive Director,
www.warehouse21.org

WESST-Santa Fe
Bette Bradbury, Regional Manager
Roseanna Perea, Administrator/Trainer
www.wesst.org


For Profit Companies

Executive Learning Exchange

P.O. Box 158 Winnetka, IL 60093
(847) 786-1002
info@learningexecutive.com

www.LearningExecutive.com

Centrax Corporation
Two Prudential Tower
180 N. Stetson, Suite 5100
Chicago, Illinois 60601
(312) 946-9360
eprentice@centrax.com

Video I-D Teleproductions, Inc.
Sam B. Wagner, President
(309) 444-4323
www.centrax.com

Ramez Helou
Master Sales Trainer / Key Note Speaker
The Academy for Sales Excellence Management
www.ramezhelou.com

Resource Associates Corporation
One Meridian Blvd Suite 1C02, Wyomissing, PA 19610
www.resourceassociatescorp.com

Rising Stars in the Southwest headquarters is located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the oldest capital city in the United States. Santa Fe is known worldwide for its creativity, unique history, rich culture, diversity, vibrant arts, and natural beauty. The City of Albuquerque hosts the International Balloon Fiesta in October. Balloonists from around the world gather for nine days of spectacular ballooning.

Please consider visiting our beautiful state. We will have summer camps for the visiting teens in your family.

Learn more about Santa Fe Business, Arts, and Culture:
www.santafe.org

Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 4640, Santa Fe, NM 87505
(505) 473-3080 www.santafehispanicchamber.com

Albuquerque Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
1309 Fourth Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 842-9003
www.ahcnm.org

American Indian Chamber of Commerce of NM
(505) 766-9545 www.aiccnm.com

Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce
8380 Cerrillos Rd. #302, Santa Fe, NM 87507
(505) 988-3279 www.santafechamber.com



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