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The Health Action New Mexico Team

Andrew Baker

Communications/Policy Analysis

I'm a recent graduate of the University of New Mexico, where I earned degrees in Population Health and Political Science; I started working with Health Action New Mexico in September 2019 as part of my studies in the College of Population Health, where I helped out on the Dental Therapy Coalition. Since then, I've taken on a larger role in communications and policy analysis. When I’m not working, I like to keep up with the latest music releases and enjoy a good cup of coffee or tea. I’m excited to work with Health Action and learn more about New Mexico's unique health landscape and how I can help advocate for effective policy!

Barbara K. Webber

Executive Director

Barbara K. Webber is a gerontologist by training. She began her career working on rural health and development issues in rural Brazil and West Africa. She has worked as a strong advocate for women's issues including administering a rape crisis center, a county wide domestic violence program with a shelter, a pioneer women's health center which included on-site birthing center and full reproductive health care options. She has been part of the management team for a nonprofit hospice and a nonprofit hospital's OB/GYN clinic. Before working at Health Action New Mexico, Barbara was an analyst at the New Mexico Health Policy Commission.

Corrina Klein

Communications/Social Media

My name is Corrina Klein, and I will be a Junior at the University of New Mexico this fall. I am currently a pre-med student majoring in Political Science and Spanish, with a minor in Health, Medicine, and Human Values. During my time at Health Action so far, I have been working to collect stories of folx who are insured under Medicaid, and also of folx who have been directly impacted by abandoned wells and oil and gas pollution. I have also worked to create social media content for our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages on our various policy projects. If you would like to reach out to me or if you have questions, please feel free to reach out to me via email at corrina@healthactionnm.org. I am beyond excited to be part of the HANM team this summer!

Gabriella Rivera

Communications/Policy Analysis

My name is Gabby Rivera, and I started with Health Action nearly two years ago as a summer intern. That fall, I took on a more permanent role as bookkeeper and policy assistant, and am now transitioning to a larger policy role. I am studying for a Master's of Public Policy at the University of New Mexico, graduating last May with Bachelor's degrees in Political Science, International Studies, and Honors Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts. Outside of all this, I also love to play rugby and am very involved in efforts to grow the sport here in New Mexico, and ultimately hope to play at the national level. I'm very excited to work with and hear from many of you as we work to make meaningful reform to our NM healthcare system.

Sara Manns

Campaign Manager - New Mexico Consumers for Affordable Prescriptions

Sara brings expertise in policy, strategy, advocacy and data analytics, and carries a long-term passion for improving health equity outcomes for families and children. Sara is the campaign director for Health Action New Mexico, leading the New Mexico Coalition for Affordable Prescription's efforts to control pharmacy costs. She has extensive experience leading political and issue campaigns, including founding and leading Just New Mexico. Sara led business development, marketing communications, and technology implementation as a co-founder and partner for Northstar Technology, working with dozens of software development firms to implement IT solutions for electronic health records, revenue management, patient experience platforms, and HR and risk management in health plans, large health care systems, clinics and professional associations ranging from Sutter Health to the Cleveland Clinic. She is deeply knowledgeable about the business software problems faced by small and large health care institutions and their concerns about security compliance, governance and data exchange requirements.