Kate has lived in, and loved, Albuquerque for the past twenty years. She graduated from UNM with a BA in Creative Writing and Spanish (but definitely spent more time in the dance building than the library!). Writing, dancing, and studying languages continue to be important parts of both her professional and creative life. She teaches English, service learning, and film at La Academia de Esperanza Charter High School, where she loves learning with the bright and dynamic youth of Albuquerque. She believes that public art is vital for our community, and that it contributes to creating an urban environment that values both our artists and our residents. She is honored to serve on the board of ALMA, and it has given her a deeper understanding of the incredible work that ALMA produces for (and in partnership with) our community.
Board Vice President
Nan Masland is the public art project coordinator for Bernalillo County Public Art Program and holds a Master’s in Landscape Architecture and a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico. She is an artist, art educator, and has work in the City of Albuquerque Public Art Collection. Along with serving on the Board of Directors for ALMA, Nan is member of the Creative Action Team for the Any Given Child Initiative through the Kennedy Center. In her spare time, Nan enjoys making arts and crafts projects with her family.
George Radnovich is a landscape architect and principal with Sites Southwest, a firm dedicated to environmental sustainability through planning, landscape architecture and environmental consulting. Through his practice he has developed a keen sense for aesthetics and art and has worked produced art and alongside of public artists for his entire career.
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ALMA would like to thank previous board members for thier time and support:
Previous Board President
Previous Board Treasure and Administrative Staff