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Think New Mexico's Associate Director Kristina G. Fisher was honored to be invited to speak at the Santa Fe Art Institute's SFAI140 about the work we do and why it matters.

"We work to bring the public back to the table. We work to demystify the policymaking process, to engage and connect New Mexicans with their lawmakers. At the end of the day, we believe that a more engaged, more involved public yields better public policies, and better public policies make New Mexico a better place to live."
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This is "SFAI140 - July 2018 - Kristina G. Fisher" by Santa Fe Art Institute on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

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Kristina is wonderful!!!

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Thanks, Kristina, for keeping us informed. You,re doing a super job!

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So proud to know you!

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Awesome! Great job Kristina!!

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👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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Think New Mexico posted 2 photos.

The Strategic Water Reserve (SWR) is a pool of publicly-held water rights, dedicated to keeping New Mexico’s rivers flowing to prevent lawsuits over endangered species and interstate compacts. Think New Mexico proposed the SWR in 2003, drafted legislation to create it, and won passage of that law in 2005. This image shows Governor Richardson signing our bill creating the Strategic Water Reserve. Fred Nathan, Executive director of Think New Mexico is on his right, and Associate Director Kristina Fisher is on his left. Fred Nathan’s late parents, Fred Nathan Sr. and Frances Nathan, stand behind Governor Richardson.
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The Strategic Water Reserve (SWR) is a pool of publicly-held water rights, dedicated to keeping New Mexico’s rivers flowing to prevent lawsuits over endangered species and interstate compacts. Think New Mexico proposed the SWR in 2003, drafted legislation to create it, and won passage of that law in 2005. This image shows Governor Richardson signing our bill creating the Strategic Water Reserve. Fred Nathan, Executive director of Think New Mexico is on his right, and Associate Director Kristina Fisher is on his left. Fred Nathan’s late parents, Fred Nathan Sr. and Frances Nathan, stand behind Governor Richardson. 
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#strategicwaterreserve #riovivo #nmwater #nmwatercrisis #watercrisis #TNMaccomplishments #ThinkNM #ThinkNewMexico #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofitlife #nonprofits #notforprofit #newmexico #newmexicotrue #newmexicolove #newmexicolife #nmleg

is that the reason the butte is down almost 120' from full pool at just over 3% full? from mark

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Our Leadership Intern this fall is Shannon Fonseca, who grew up in Santa Fe, graduated first in her class from Albuquerque Academy, and is now studying Political Science at New York University Abu Dhabi. Shannon has volunteered with migrant communities in both Albuquerque and Abu Dhabi, has been heavily involved in NYUAD’s environmental club, Ecoherence, and has interned for Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham. Before interning at Think New Mexico, she took time off school to complete a 6,000-mile bike tour of the United States and Canada.
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Our Leadership Intern this fall is Shannon Fonseca, who grew up in Santa Fe, graduated first in her class from Albuquerque Academy, and is now studying Political Science at New York University Abu Dhabi. Shannon has volunteered with migrant communities in both Albuquerque and Abu Dhabi, has been heavily involved in NYUAD’s environmental club, Ecoherence, and has interned for Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham. Before interning at Think New Mexico, she took time off school to complete a 6,000-mile bike tour of the United States and Canada.
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#NMThinkingCap #SantaFe #albuquerqueacademy #nyuabudhabi #Student #Profile #LeadershipInterns #Intern #TNMintern #TNMinternprofile #ThinkNM #ThinkNewMexico #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofitlife #nonprofits #notforprofit #newmexico #newmexicotrue #newmexicolove #newmexicolife #nmleg

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We are so fortunate to have you in our organization Thank you and wishing you a great experience. Clara

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So happy to see another magnificent intern with a great NM organization.

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So happy to see another magnificent intern with a great NM organization.

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Hi Shannon! Great meeting you and so excited to have you in board at Think!

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Outstanding

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Doing big things!! So proud to be friends with you Shannon Fonseca

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We are pleased that both candidates running for governor agree that New Mexico needs to spend more of its education dollars in the classroom.
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We are pleased that both candidates running for governor agree that New Mexico needs to spend more of its education dollars in the classroom.
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#dollarsintheclassroom #publicschools #publicschoolsmatter  #Teachourkids #teachourkidswell  #teachourkidsbetter #ThinkNM #ThinkNewMexico #nonprofit #nonprofitorganization #nonprofitlife #nonprofits #notforprofit #newmexico #newmexicotrue #newmexicolove #newmexicolife #nmleg

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Do you know if the salaries of our school Principals are deemed as 'Administration' or 'Classroom' expenses by PED? I do! I doubt that our candidates do...

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The most recent longitudinal study of chronic back pain states it is leading cause of disability. Back pain is pervasive among American adults, however it is not uncommon among children and teens either. In a new and disturbing trend, young children are suffering from back pain much earlier than previous generations, and the use of overweight backpacks is a contributing factor, according to the American Chiropractic Association (ACA).

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On much smaller schools, pay, excellent food, lead free water, pain free backs, ... Healthy kids learn.

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Same thing said every election cycle - money in the classroom has to be just that in the classroom bypassing administrative positions, pet projects, football fields etc - until that happens nothing more that sound bytes to gain votes

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