Western Regional Director
Lacey Daniell-Miller has more than a decade of experience dedicated to children and families and public health. She also has a background in journalism, with experience at National Public Radio member stations, Bloomberg Television in Washington, DC and the Childhood Matters radio show in Oakland, CA.
Born and raised in New Mexico, she received her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from New Mexico State University and Masters of Public Administration from the University of New Mexico. She lives in Albuquerque with her husband, daughter, and two fur babies.
New Mexico State Manager
Brady (they/them) is a radical queer community organizer and activist located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They have organized around multiple issues, but most recently in reproductive health, rights, and justice campaigns across New Mexico.
Brady will be graduating in May 2023 with a BA in American Studies & Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies from the University of New Mexico. They are excited to continue their organizing work with SCAN and ensure all people (including children) have the resources and support to live successful lives.
New Mexico Senior Coordinator, Family Engagement
Marisol is the Senior Coordinator for Family Engagement in New Mexico. A proud three-time NMSU graduate and native New Mexican, she has dedicated her professional career to social and health justice issues along the Rio Bravo in southern New Mexico. She has a decade of experience in coalition development, project management, community relations and policy advocacy.
Marisol has mobilized community on built environment, substance use/abuse, infrastructure, transportation, education, and economic relief efforts regionally and throughout New Mexico. She is passionate about ensuring that voices of the most marginalized and disenfranchised are elevated and heard. This work has resulted in wins for community advocates with local and state policy initiatives including local ordinance adoptions, state law changes, and funding allocations for a variety of projects as well as national recognition of regional efforts.
She currently lives in Las Cruces with her husband, daughter, and four-legged son.