Locals graduate from program
Curry County Treasurer Bernice Baker and Clovis City Commissioner Dan Stoddard are among the 23 statewide professionals who recently graduated from Leadership New Mexico’s Local Government Leadership Program, according to a release from Leadership New Mexico.
The program is a partnership between the New Mexico Association of Counties, the New Mexico Municipal League, the New Mexico School Boards Association, the New Mexico National Guard and Leadership New Mexico.
Baker attended New Mexico State University, Clovis Community College and Eastern New Mexico University and is a member of Curry County Crime Stoppers, Clovis High Plains Drifters and Faith Christian Family Church. She is currently the Professional Business Women vice president and treasurer.
Stoddard serves on the board of directors for New Mexico Association of Counties, State of New Mexico Music Commission, State of New Mexico Department of Health Licensing, Eastern New Mexico Area Workforce Development and New Mexico Assisted Living Services Organization. His current community involvement includes work as chairman of the Clovis Music Festival and membership of the Clovis Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Clovis.
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