Jon Drury, Senior Account Executive at Cumulus Media, has spent 25 years in the Albuquerque media community. Jon has been in love with New Mexico’s unique and dynamic culture since moving here in 1977. He attended St. Pius (the old school on Louisiana) and UNM. After serving on numerous boards, including The American Heart Association and the UNM Lobo Club, Jon is glad to focus on Casa Q and the Anderson School of Management’s Alumni Council, as both are important to move our state forward. Jon and his husband Christopher have been together for 12 years and have two great and super spoiled pups, Brian, a Border Collie, and Parsifal, a Bassett Hound.
Immediate Past Board Chair
Mark Hartman is a native New Mexican and graduate of UNM’s Anderson School of Management. He began his career in educational publishing working for Prentice Hall Publishing. He founded Hartman Publishing in 1994, focusing on educating frontline healthcare workers who serve the elderly. With thousands of training program customers operating in all 50 states, Hartman’s books have helped prepare over two million direct-care providers. Mark is the father of two amazing sons. He is active in supporting local programs that provide experience in the arts for all children, improve access to higher education, promote entrepreneurship, and work toward social justice including LGBTQ issues.
Chris LaFleur is a fire protection engineer at Sandia National Laboratories where she analyzes fire risks for emerging technologies. She serves as the Chair of the Sandia Pride Alliance Network which is the employee resource group for LGBTQ employees and allies. She has been involved in workplace equality advocacy since 2002 because she believes the right to work is integral to the pursuit of happiness. Chris has a BS in engineering from the University of Rochester, an MS in engineering from the University of Maryland, and a Doctorate in engineering from the University of Michigan. Chris has lived in Albuquerque since 2010 and have two grown children, Derek and Sara. Chris is a woodworker who enjoys making lots of sawdust.
Steven Nadolny was born and raised in Albuquerque. He has a B.S. in Psychology from Wayland Baptist University, and a M.Ed. in Educational Psychology from Texas Tech University. After 18 years of residing out of state, he got homesick and returned to Albuquerque in 2000. Steven is a Licensed Psychological Associate in Texas, and a licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor in New Mexico. He has spent most of his professional career as a Behavior Therapist/Behavior Support Consultant working with people with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities. In 2008, he and a fellow counselor opened Great Livin’ LLC – a Supported Living Agency for people on the NM I/DD Medicaid Waiver program. He retired from Great Livin’ in 2017, but continues to work as a Behavior Support Consultant.
Born in Albuquerque and raised in Santa Fe, John is currently the City Manager for the City of Santa Fe. Most recently, John was the Deputy Superintendent at the New Mexico Regulation and Licensing Department, where he helped legalize adult-use cannabis, and he was the New Mexico Deputy Secretary of State, where he helped pass same-day voter registration legislation and implement ranked choice voting in Santa Fe. Previously, John was appointed by President Barack Obama to be the Director of Intergovernmental & External Affairs at the U.S. Department of the Interior, and he served as the Legislative Director and Communications Director for then-U.S. Representative Martin Heinrich. John has also served as the New Mexico Political Director for President Obama's 2008 Campaign, Chief of Staff to then-New Mexico State Auditor Hector Balderas and a Law Clerk for New Mexico Supreme Court Justice Edward L. Chávez. He received a B.A. from the University of Kansas and a J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law. John and his husband, Billy, live in Santa Fe with their dog, C.J. Cregg.
David Snead is an attorney based in Santa Fe, NM. He is General Counsel for cPanel, a global software company based in Houston. David has provided advice and counsel to technology companies since 1995 beginning with a practice based on technology exports. Since 1999, his practice has focused exclusively on the Internet infrastructure industry. In 2011 he co-founded the Internet Infrastructure Coalition (I2Coalition), a public policy advocacy organization for the Internet infrastructure industry. He manages the i2Coalition’s global public policy portfolio. David received his J.D. in 1991 from Georgetown University Law Center, and his B.A. in 1987 in International Affairs from Trinity University in San Antonio. He is a member of the bars of the District of Columbia and State of New Mexico. David is originally from Albuquerque and lives in Santa Fe with his partner Charles.