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Kellie Dinsmore is a lifelong resident of Las Cruces who has been a board member of La Casa for almost 3 years. She has recently retired after a 27 year career teaching special education for Las Cruces Public School.
Chantelle Yazzie-Martin is proud to present a selection of her work. She grew up in Smith Lake, New Mexico and is part of the Navajo tribe. She graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Calvin College in 2015 in Grand Rapids, MI. In 2016 she graduated with a Master’s in Social Work. She currently lives in Las Cruces, NM and works as a mental health clinician, photographer, blogger, and artist addressing Indigenous social justice issues and cultural preservation among her Native tribe using a variety of media including photography, sculpture, graphic design, and printmaking.
Colleen J Pullen has worked in the banking industry for over 25 years, and Human Resources for 13. As a survivor of childhood domestic violence, she is honored to serve both her adopted hometown and on the Board of La Casa.
Lani Bradley is originally from Chicago, IL, she is a mom of three young boys, a small business owner and spends her free time volunteering throughout the community. She had been volunteering with La Casa for 5 years before joining the Board of Directors.
In a small community in Santiago, Chile, men, and women went years with undiagnosed hypertension, diabetes, and heart disease. Seeing the need, Anna created a diagnostic screening clinic, funded and staffed it, then turned it over to trained personnel. Anna has a unique ability to observe, analyze, and get to the heart of the issue while putting a plan of action in place. She brings creative solutions to solve everyday problems. Her careers as an RN, missionary, and entrepreneur bring a diverse skill set to the board at La Casa.