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Last Updated: 12/01/10

Joy Weisdorfer
Joy Weisdorfer, November 2010 Employee of the Month

Name:

Joy Weisdorfer

Position:

Northeast Area financial specialist

Area of Responsibility

Purchasing, license sales, customer service, monthly vendor license sales reports, administrative support, budget reconciliation, contract administration, etc.

Education:

Two years college; numerous financial and budget training classes.

Length of Service:

Since 2002, except for a 10-month stint with another state agency in 2007-08.

Specialty or Interest:

Horses, photography, hunting, fishing, boating.

Current Projects/Assignments:

License sales. It's hunting season!

Best Thing About the Job:

Everyone I work with. They are terrific!

Most Common Questions People Have:

Where is the best place to hunt in the unit I drew? Where can I find a 300-class bull?

Answers:

Go five mines down this road, hang a left and it's tied up to a tree -- you can't miss it. Just kidding! Actual answer would be: We have a lot of elk all over the state and if you are willing to go off-road and really hunt, you should be able to find a good bull. I also give them the officer's name and contact number for the unit they will be hunting.

Contact Information:

Northeast Area office, (575) 445-2311, or joy.weisdorfer@state.nm.us.

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