Angelica Archuleta-Romero Joins HRMA of NM

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Exciting News!

We are thrilled to announce our very own, Angelica Archuleta-Romero has joined the Board of Directors at the Human Resource Management Association (HRMA) of New Mexico in the Diversity Elect role. Angelica has served as Project Coordinator for Family Friendly New Mexico for years and is passionate about fostering inclusive workplace strategies that elevate businesses statewide.

Join us in extending our warmest congratulations to Angelica on this well-deserved accomplishment!

Learn about HRMA –

The Human Resource Management Association (HRMA) is a local affiliate chapter of the National Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), which is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. HRMA provides HR professionals throughout the greater Albuquerque area with a forum for networking, career development, and job search opportunities.

Learn about Angelica Archuleta-Romero, aPHR –

Angelica Archuleta-Romero grew up in rural Española and moved to Albuquerque in 2003 where she has since resided. As a Lupus survivor since the age of ten, her passion for human rights is rooted in her lived experiences. Angelica joined the Family Friendly New Mexico team in August 2019 and earned the HRCI aPHR certification in March 2022. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology with a concentration in Human Services & Social Policy and a certificate in Peace & Justice Studies from the University of New Mexico. Since obtaining her degree, she has gained a wide range of experience collecting quantitative data for UNM Health Sciences Center – Project ECHO, as a student advocate & RA for the UNM Refugee Well-Being Project and recruiting staff for The Fund for The Public Interest. Angelica is a mother to a bright eleven year old son and enjoys bicycling, skiing and traveling with her family as often as possible. In November 2023 Angelica was named DEI elect for the HRMA NM Board of Directors. Constantly developing her critical consciousness through an intersectional, anti-racist lens, she is passionate about raising awareness about social justice issues.