Teacher Brenda Dominguez
February 12, 2017
Step into the classroom of Brenda Dominguez, third-grade teacher at Amy Biehl Community School in Santa Fe, and you immediately experience an example of excellence in education. It’s easy to see why she is one of seven...
Donors Heidi Hahn & Phil Goldstone
February 10, 2017
Heidi Hahn and Phil Goldstone, Leaving a Legacy of Support for Students Heidi Hahn and Phil Goldstone have been donors to Los Alamos Employees’ Scholarship Fund (LAESF) from the program’s beginning in 1999. They were...
Alison Ticknor: Early Childhood Support
February 9, 2017
The Ticknors are among Los Alamos’ career-oriented, first-time parents without family nearby who benefit from First Born home visits. Each county’s program reflects the community it serves. The Los Alamos program serves...
February 8, 2017
Lindsay Redman says she always knew she would have a career in science. As early as Kindergarten, she was active in school science fairs and sought opportunities to learn and explore.
February 7, 2017
Growing up in Cerrillos, NM, life for Solomon Sindelar was anything but typical. The small town located on the Turquoise Trail south of Santa Fe is known for its rich mining history, dirt roads, and old storefronts...
Honoring Our Teachers 2016
February 6, 2017
Centerra, the protective force contractor at Los Alamos National Laboratory, partnering with the LANL Foundation, sought a way to reward and honor exceptional teachers who go “above and beyond” in Rio Arriba County. The...
February 5, 2017
Teen mom Tiffany Sesma at Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo and First Born home visitor Nancy built a close relationship that’s similar to and “auntie” and niece. Clow, a home visitor with Española Presbyterian Hospital’s First Born...
February 3, 2017
Scholarship Winner Hopes to Inspire Young Women with a Career in Science Toaseña Arasely Rodriguez is a soft-spoken, observant young woman. Her intensity of focus has been one of her greatest assets in defining her self...