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Linda Trujillo has a long history of supporting and advocating for public education. Prior to attending law school, she gained first-hand experience in the classroom as a Head Start teacher and then as a volunteer coordinator for a school district in Washington State.
After law school, Linda worked for the State of New Mexico as the director for over 30 boards and commissions. Later, she was appointed State Records Administrator, responsible for public records, state archives, publication of the NM Register, and compilation of the NM Administrative Code (NMAC).
In 2011, Linda was elected to the Santa Fe Public Schools Board of Education and is currently serving her second term. The New Mexico School Boards Association (NMSBA) awarded her School Board Member of the Year in 2014, and now Linda also served as President of the NMSBA in 2017.
In November of 2016, Linda was elected to the New Mexico State House of Representatives. She will be proudly serving District 48, and will continue her advocacy for public education.
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