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Team Biographies

Albuquerque Public Schools is led by a team of committed, distinguished, and highly accomplished individuals working to improve the education of Albuquerque children. Together, this group guides APS:

Gabriella Blakey

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 1 will consist of Albuquerque, Highland and Manzano high schools and their feeder schools.

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Dr. Antonio Gonzales

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 2 will consist of Atrisco Heritage, Rio Grande and West Mesa high schools and their feeder schools.

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Yvonne Garcia

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 3 will consist of Cibola, Valley and Volcano Vista high schools and their feeder schools.

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Troy Hughes

Associate Superintendent for Leadership and Learning - Zone 4 will consist of Eldorado, Del Norte, La Cueva and Sandia high schools and their feeder schools.

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Lucinda Sánchez

Associate Superintendent for Special Education

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Scott Elder

Chief Operations Officer

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Paul Romero

Chief Technology Officer

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Tami Coleman

Chief Financial Officer

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Brenda Yager

Executive Director of Board Services and Government Affairs

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Kristine Meurer, Ph.D

Executive Director of Student Family and Community Supports

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Deborah Elder

Executive Director of Innovation

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Monica Armenta

Executive Director of Communications

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Phill Casaus

Director, APS Education Foundation

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