By Rick Nathanson, Albuquerque Journal
Jan. 9, 2022
As the new executive director for New Mexico Voices for Children, Amber Wallin said she remains committed to “improving opportunities for families of kids” by improving programs like education, child care and health care.
“We know that improving opportunities for families also relies on a really robust early care system and really robust safety-net support system for families who need it and are struggling, and then making those strategic investments in the programs that matter most,” she said Wednesday.
Wallin came to New Mexico Voices for Children in 2012. She has served in several positions, including research and policy analyst, director of the Kids Count program, and in 2017 was appointed deputy director.
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