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Dr. Sanjeev Arora
The Albuquerque gastroenterologist’s Project ECHO is transforming the landscape of medical treatment in rural New Mexico and all across the world.
Elizabeth “Liz” Bradford
An Albuquerque elementary school teacher helps refugee children find their way in a new home.
Dr. Jodi Casados & Dr. Levi Maes
The Tierra Amarilla physicians battled the pandemic with creative solutions and small-town grit.
The Farmington native fights to support veterans, the homeless, and others in need.
Mary Ann Cortese
The former teacher worked for decades to ensure Native voices are heard at the Bosque Redondo Memorial.
The Placitas educator, artist, and community builder bridges gaps to create understanding and a better world.
This Clovis business owner delivers holiday joy to hundreds of area seniors.
The artist, community organizer, and creative director of the Juntos Art Association refuses to be fenced in.
Enrique Macias Moreno
The founder of Roswell Community Disaster Relief responds to crises or everyday moments of need.
The chef and his team cooked comfort food for thousands of firefighters and evacuees during the state’s largest wildfire.