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We’re Mobilizing New Mexicans to Be the Voice for Kids
New Mexico citizens overwhelmingly support investing in our kids, and especially early education.
In 2022, we worked with coalition partners, early educators and parents to increase funding in the state budget for the Early Childhood Education and Care Department by $205 million. As a result, the state could create 735 new preschool slots, provide 800 home visiting slots for infants, and expose 7,000 preschoolers to early literacy programming. We also helped secure $24 million through the Food, Farm, and Hunger Initiative to ensure more New Mexican families will have nutritious food to eat.
We’re committed to ensuring all of New Mexico’s children succeed in school and life.
SCAN praises the reelection of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the passage of Constitutional Amendment #1.
By the Numbers: Reelecting Governor Lujan Grisham
- Reached 750,000 voters via digital ads
- Wrote 880 handwritten postcards to voters
- Called 16,584 voters
- Texted 31,798 voters
By the Numbers: Passing Constitutional Amendment 1
- Reached 375,000 voters via digital ads
- Wrote 1,697 handwritten postcards to voters
- Engaged nearly 1,000 voters via public events
Learn about our work in New Mexico.
The Albuquerque Journal highlights the endorsement of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s reelection by Save the Children Action Network.
Save the Children Action Network Praises Reelection of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham in New Mexico
Save the Children Action Network New Mexico IE Committee dedicated resources, led multi-faceted reelection campaign effort in support of Governor November 8, 2022 – Save the Children Action Network, the leading political voice for children, released the following statement on …
Save the Children Action Network Praises Passage of Constitutional Amendment 1, A Landmark Investment in High-Quality Early Care & Education for New Mexico Kids & Families
November 8, 2022 – Save the Children Action Network, the leading political voice for children, released the following statement on passage of Constitutional Amendment 1 in New Mexico. “New Mexico voters have made it clear: the strongest investment we can …
Save the Children Action Network Applauds Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s Substantive Focus and Support for New Mexico Kids & Families in Final Gubernatorial Debate
October 12, 2022 – Save the Children Action Network (SCAN), the leading political voice for children, released the following statement applauding Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham’s performance in the second and final gubernatorial debate in New Mexico. “This evening, Governor Lujan …
New Mexico State Manager
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.
NM 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.