New Mexico State Game Commissioners

Sharon Salazar Hickey, Chair, New Mexico State Game Commissioners District 4:  Santa Fe, Taos, Colfax, Union, Mora, Harding, Quay, San Miguel, Guadalupe and Torrance counties

Sharon Salazar Hickey
Chair

District 4:  Santa Fe, Taos, Colfax, Union, Mora, Harding, Quay, San Miguel, Guadalupe and Torrance counties

Attention: Sharon Salazar Hickey
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Sharon.Hickey@state.nm.us

Sharon Salazar Hickey serves as a Program Manager for the Associate Laboratory Director for Environment, Safety, Health, Quality, Safeguards and Security at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. Leading the Office of Institutional Policy, she has extensive experience in policies and procedures, government contracts, employment law and alternative dispute and conflict resolution. Receiving her Juris Doctorate degree from California Western School of Law, Salazar Hickey is a member of the New Mexico State Bar. She has also served on the New Mexico Youth Conservation Corps Commission since 2012. As an avid outdoor enthusiast, Salazar Hickey loves spending time hiking, biking and snowshoeing.

Deanna Archuleta
Vice-chair

Appointed at-large

Attention: Deanna Archuleta
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Deanna.Archuleta@state.nm.us.

Deanna Archuleta serves as a Senior Director for Government Affairs for ExxonMobil, influencing positive community change through a blend of policy, government and economic vision. Ms. Archuleta, a native Northern New Mexican, has committed her adult life to serving her community. has a wealth of experience directing policy and change management both within and alongside government. As a native New Mexican, Deanna has always had a passion for the outdoors enjoying fishing, hiking and camping. Deanna was the Southwest Regional Director of the Wilderness Society where she was involved in the early stages to designate the Rio Grande del North National Monument. She was a member of President Obama’s Energy and Environment Transition Team. She also worked in Washington DC for the Secretary of the Interior where she was instrumental to creating new space for Latino heritage awareness and appreciation. She also has previous experience serving on Bernalillo County Commission and Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water.

Tirzio Lopez New Mexico State Game Commissioners Appointed at-large

Tirzio Lopez
Appointed at-large

Attention: Tirzio Lopez
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Tirzio.Lopez@state.nm.us

Tirzio Lopez currently works for the United States Government as a security professional. Lopez previously worked as a park ranger for New Mexico State Parks, the National Park Service, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the State of New Mexico. He was a member of the Chama Valley Independent School District School Board until 2019. He is active in the organized labor movement, where he has served as President of the Northern New Mexico Central Labor Council; as an executive officer for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees; and he currently sits on the Executive Board of the University Professional and Technical Employees Local 1663. Lopez earned two degrees in criminal justice from New Mexico State University. Lopez runs a small farm and enjoys hunting and fishing throughout the State of New Mexico and was raised to be a steward for the land and its wildlife – as Aldo Leopold did.

Gregg Fulfer
District 1: Curry, De Baca, Roosevelt, Chaves, Lincoln, Otero, Eddy and Lea counties

Attention: Gregg Fulfer
1 Wildlife Way,
Santa Fe, NM 87507

Gregg.Fulfer@state.nm.us.