Tina Whitegeese

Tina’s background is in tourism and hospitality, promoting her home state of New Mexico and tribal destinations. Prior to coming to NEO, she followed her passion to not-for-profit work with Wings of America, a running and fitness organization for Native American youth and communities throughout the southwest. Tina serves on the board for the May Center for Learning in Santa Fe, where she advocates for children with learning differences. She continues her work with the MoGro mobile grocery program, volunteering for weekly produce distributions and serving on their advisory board. Tina received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN and her MBA from the University of New Mexico. Tina is based in Santa Fe, NM where she enjoys hiking and camping with her daughter, partner, and dog-son Scout.



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