Mr. Ben Maes

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Mr. Ben Maes

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Mrs. María Muñoz, Treasurer

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Mrs. María Muñoz, Treasurer

Mrs. Muñoz is an Author, Trainer, Motivational Speaker, Life Coach, Health & Nutrition Coach, and a loving mother to two handsome children. She became a Coach to fulfill her desire to work with mommies to help them and support them in the process of improving their health, family life, personal goals, and action plan to achieve great results.  She is a certified as a Public Speaker and Founding Member of the Les Brown Institute, where she received and developed skills for Coaching, Business Development, Motivator, and Trainer.  She also received training from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and certified as Integrative Health and Nutrition Coach. She leads workshops on Motivation, Personal Development, and Nutrition and offers individual training in Life, Health, and Nutrition to busy moms who are willing to change their lifestyle of their families and make a higher impact in future generations. 

Mr. Elijah Esquivel, Member

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Mr. Elijah Esquivel, Member

Elijah Esquivel joined the Christine Duncan Heritage Academy Governing Council in 2018.  He is currently employed as an audit supervisor for Pulakos CPAs, PC.  He is a certified public accountant with over 8 years of financial experience.  He was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico and enjoys traveling and spending time with his wife, Jennifer and daughter, Emilia.   

Mr. Francisco Ronquillo, Member

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Mr. Francisco Ronquillo, Member

Francisco J. Ronquillo has a dual role an Interim Director of the Community Health Worker Initiatives and a Health Extension Officer under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Community Health with the Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico.  He has worked in the public health sector, for more than 20 years and is dedicated to tackling the social determinants of health and the needs of marginalized populations. He is very involved in many education initiatives, because he firmly believes it is one the of the best public health interventions.  Currently, his health equity efforts are aimed at building capacity between academic health centers and communities.  As a bilingual educator, he applies popular education approaches in his trainings and interventions with Latino, immigrant and border communities on various health and social issues.  He is an advocate and proponent of identifying the strengths and assets within the community to promote social and systemic change that strives for equity. ​

Mrs. Beth Esquivel

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Mrs. Beth Esquivel

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