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High School Graduation Network

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The High School Graduation Network is working to increase high school graduation rates in central New Mexico. 

It advocates for and works toward equitable opportunities and support for all central New Mexico students so that they have options available to graduate from high school in order to achieve their personal and career goals and improve their quality of life.

Cradle to Career Step: 


Laurel Wyckoff

Chair Person Mexico PBS / KNME


Teri Wimborne

Director of Collective Impact


Jessica Nojek

Executive Director


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Rebecca Belletto
Mission Graduate
Vernon Butler
New Mexico State Office of African American Affairs
Kelly Callahan
Public Charter Schools of New Mexico
Lorilei Chavez
Bernalillo Public Schools
Megan Dunn Davison
United Way of Central New Mexico
Angelo Gonzales
United Way of Central New Mexico
Deborah Good
Future Focused Education
Selena Hardy
Mission: Graduate
Ruth Juarez
United Way of Central New Mexico
Marjori Krebs
University of New Mexico
Derek Kuit
Delma Madrigal
United Way of Central New Mexico - Mission: Graduate
Kristine Meurer
Tom Miles
Patsy Nelson
NM Alliance for School-Based Health Care
Emily Padilla
United Way of Central New Mexico
Kay Provolt
Maria T Sanchez
Albuquerqe Public Schools
Anne Tafoya
Mission: Graduate / United Way of Central New Mexico
Teri Wimborne
Mission Graduate
Renata Witte
Laurel Wyckoff Mexico PBS / KNME