Upcoming Events

Aug 9

IFMANM Chapter Meeting:

Alignment Thinking Towards your Ideal State

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Welcome to IFMA New Mexico Chapter


 Attention!
For each meeting you attend between November, 2015 – August, 2016, your name will be entered into a drawing to receive an all-expense (registration, flight, hotel) paid trip to the 2016 World Workplace Conference being held in beautiful San Diego, CA, October 5-7, 2016.  Attend all upcoming meetings to increase your chances of winning!
 

The winner to the World Workplace Conference

will be selected at IFMANM's August Meeting 8/9/16.

Good Luck to all entrants.


 

 2016-2017 Officers and Directors

Andrew DeMattos, President, president@ifmanm.org
Rick Henrard, Vice President, vicepresident@ifmanm.org

Diana Cordova, Secretary, secretary@ifmanm.org

Carlos Sanchez, CFM, Treasurer,  treasurer@ifmanm.org

Lisa Logan, LEED AP BD+C, Sustainability Chair, sustainability@ifmanm.org

Adrienne Koplik, Program Chair, program@ifmanm.org
Peggy Baca, Director, dir@ifmanm.org

Paula Redwine, Membership Chair, memberchair@ifmanm.org
Mary Anne Giangola, CFM, Past President pastpresident@ifmanm.org

 
The energies of many people are needed for our Chapter to function. Would you like to get more involved? Contact one of the persons above to learn how.

Membership

Our numbers are growing! We are proud that our ratio of Professional to Associate members is 75%:25%. We appreciate our Associate members, as they are in the field every day contacting facility managers. As you can see, many of our Associate members are helping the chapter to grow even more. Thank you for your support! For more information about membership in the New Mexico Chapter of IFMA, contact Paula Redwine

 

 

Photo Gallery

June, 2016 Tour to the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

A behind the scenes tour of the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History was held in June, where  IFMANM registrants had an opportunity to hear how they created and maintained their exhibit halls and saw what keeps the building running. 

The museum  was established in 1969 as an intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age, from early research of nuclear development through today’s peaceful uses of nuclear technology.