Andrew Clausen, President
Andrew Clausen is a seasoned channel and marketing professional with 25 years of experience in public and private enterprises. He is also a college and university adjunct faculty member, teaching core business courses. Andrew has a Bachelor’s in journalism, with a special emphasis in public relations, He earned his International Secondary Teaching License from Santa Fe Community College, and is certified to teach and develop online courses, using platforms such as eCollege and Blackboard.
Madeline Feijoo, Ph.D, Board Member
Dr. Madeline Feijóo has been involved in the development, implementation and evaluation of New Mexico’s major education reform initiatives including early childhood development and P-20 educational initiatives; statewide longitudinal education data systems; high school redesign and college readiness; and teacher and principal recruitment, preparation, retention, and evaluation. Madeline has also worked extensively with the NM Public Education Department on program data analysis. Madeline holds a Ph.D and was also a high school teacher for many years.
Nicholas Kunz, Board Member
Nicholas Kunz is a Regional Coordinator for New Mexico MESA, Inc., working with school districts, superintendents, principals, teachers and students in public middle schools and high school throughout northern New Mexico to implement STEAM enrichment and college/career preparedness programs. Nicholas has also spent time in nonprofit administration and fundraising for a number of arts and education organizations in Santa Fe. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Performance and Composition, as well as a Master of Arts in Education of At-Risk Youth, both from the College of Santa Fe (now SFUAD).
Ashley Margetson, Board Member
Ashley Margetson has lived in Santa Fe for nearly 30 years, having graduated from UCLA 150 years ago and lived many places from New York City to Milan, Italy. She is a top producing Real Estate Broker with Sotheby’s International Realty; a contributing columnist for the Albuquerque Journal North writing on philanthropic events in Santa Fe; President of the Daughters of the King; the wife of Paul, and mother of Christian, Jordan, and Allison. Herman the chocolate lab is her pet, and her hobby is mah jongg.
Carol Robertson Lopez worked for the state of New Mexico for 25 years—17 years with the NM Department of Transportation and 4 with the Attorney General’s Office. She chaired the Santa Fe City Finance and Public Safety Committees, and was elected by her fellow councilors as Mayor Pro Tem. Carol was instrumental in the completion of the Chavez Community Center, building the Southside Library, and improving the LaFarge Library. She has served on various boards including: The Salvation Army, Crime Stoppers, The City Planning Commission, and the Folk Art Market. Currently, Carol is the Executive Director of the New Mexico Children’s Foundation.