Working with Monarch Properties, Inc. since 1993, Johnny Hamilton is a senior regional manager for the organization. Mr. Hamilton started as a maintenance technician and was quickly promoted to the position of property manager and, ultimately, regional property manager. Mr. Hamilton is widely respected by his peers and is highly regarded in the property management industry.
Amanda Hatherly is the director of the NM Energy$mart Academy at Santa Fe Community College, a Weatherization Assistance Program training center. Ms. Hatherly and her team work to deliver high-quality energy and water efficiency training across the Southwest. She is also a principle investigator on a National Science Foundation grant tasked with developing a water efficiency curriculum and is a member of the team that developed the national Water Efficiency Rating Score. Ms. Hatherly serves on the boards of the Building Performance Institute, the Santa Fe Area Homebuilders’ Association and Energy Out West.
Pamela Hett is owner of The Hett Agency, a social media marketing firm based in Las Cruces. She has worked with more than 30 clients in Southern New Mexico. A small business owner for 16 years, Ms. Hett previously owned her own direct marketing business. She is involved in several community organizations including Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce and the Las Cruces Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Hank Hughes has served as the executive director of the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness since July 2001. Under his leadership the coalition has facilitated the development of hundreds of new supportive housing units housing for people experiencing homelessness. Prior to his current position, Mr. Hughes was the executive director for St. Elizabeth Shelter in Santa Fe. He has a master’s degree in environmental systems engineering from Cornell University.
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