Audrey Trujillo is a 15 generational Native New Mexican, born and raised in Santa Fe, NM.
She graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1990 and went on to College at the University of NM where she graduated with a BA in Criminal Justice, BA in Spanish and Portuguese and a MA in Public Administration.
In addition, Audrey is a small business owner and operated a licensed Child Daycare for over 10 years while pursuing her degrees at the University of NM.
After graduating from College, she met her husband of 21 years and together raised a family of 2 sons ages 18, 19 and 1 daughter age 12.
During this time, Audrey put her career goals aside to be a stay at home mother and raise her children. Nonetheless, Audrey stayed active with the community by volunteering for many activities and positions that surrounded her growing children.
Some of these positions include Director of the Corrales Mentor Center that taught anti-bullying seminars, Martial Arts, Self Defense courses for children and adults. In addition, Audrey volunteered at the Corrales Elementary School where her children attended as the PTA Treasurer and PTA President. She also volunteered as the PTO President for Taylor Middle School where her older children attended.
Besides volunteering and community outreaching, Audrey has been an active citizen in her community and in the State of NM. Audrey is known for her Conservative Activism and organization of Community events that bring awareness to detrimental bills and laws. Audrey has testified against many bills that would have negatively effected our citizens and the New Mexican way of life.
In addition, Audrey has also taken part in the grassroots efforts to pursue a forensic audit that would help expose the voter fraud in NM elections.
Currently, Audrey holds position of the National Republican Hispanic Assembly Political Director for the State of New
Audrey’s dedication to the people of New Mexico is what makes her stand above the rest. She has been a voice for our children and our elderly and every New Mexican. Mexico.
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