Energy Conservation Coordinator
Lisa is from Winthrop, Maine. She received a BA in Political Science & Sociology from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY. She came to New Mexico in 1989. Lisa has worked with SFPS since 1999 when she started as a volunteer with AmeriCorps. She taught at Agua Fria Elementary for 10 years as a 5th grade teacher, as well as a Coordinator for Kearny and Ramirez Thomas. She was named Coordinator for the Energy Conservation Program in 2010. She manages energy and water efficiency initiatives, develops renewable energy projects, builds community partnerships and engages staff and students in the conservation program. Lisa recently completed her Masters in Educational Leadership from UT – Arlington.
Marisa is a native Santa Fean. She left to attend Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA where she received a BS in Civil Engineering. She returned to Santa Fe in 2003 and began working with SFPS as a secondary math teacher, substitute teacher and PE Teacher. She was named Construction Technology Liaison in 2010. She then moved into the position of Construction Manager. Marisa managed the district-wide Smart Board installations, Aspen Phase 2, Sweeney and various small construction projects throughout the district.
Leo is from Lubbock, Texas, He moved to Santa Fe in 1997 to work on a construction project and decided to stay in the Land of Enchantment. He began his career in commercial construction in 1985 when received a BS in Construction Engineering Technology from Texas Tech University. Leo began working for SFPS in 2009 as a Construction Project Manager.
Property Asset Manager
Shirley is from Olympia, Washington and she has lived in Santa Fe for 24 years. She is an architect, realtor and general contractor. Her education background is in Architecture and she had a design-build construction company in Santa Fe for 14 years. As an architect, she designed a number of schools, including two schools in New Mexico. She began working with SFPS in 2011 as the Property Asset Manager. She manages real property assets, the purchasing of properties for new schools, writes leases, contracts for Architects and Contractors. She works with the team on budgeting, project management and conflicts. She also tracks the $130M GO Bond funding and works with the changes.
Construction Administrative Assistant
Kristy has been with Santa Fe Public Schools since 2011. Previously, she worked 10 years in residential architecture. For General Services, Kristy manages facility-use requests, provides administrative support to the construction management and maintenance teams, and manages construction contract agreements, purchase orders and invoicing.
David brings more than 30 years of experience in construction as a tradesman, site supervisor, business owner, and nationally recognized industry expert, and has been providing construction project management and facilities management services to SFPS since June of 2010.