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How & Who
Explore the who, what, where, when and why of the EYE.
Inside How & Who
Here’s a quick overview of what you will find below.
In the EYE
Everything you need to know to have best user experience is provided, from the cost of admission to setting up a personal guided tour.
Meet the crew operating the EYE, including curators, technologists, partners and the specialists contributing to our 10 Centers.
We also share a dedication to those heroic innovators who made the EYE possible, creating an environment where the world of “yes” is celebrated.
Here you can discover the who, what, when and why of the EYE, from curators and exhibition content experts, to volunteer opportunities and the role of the Lab. You are invited to be part of one of the nation’s most exciting experiments being implemented in New Mexico. County by county, we are working to demonstrate that by ensuring ten vital services for surviving and thriving for all residents, we can increase their health, safety, resilience, education and job readiness. Our model, called the 100% New Mexico initiative, is county-based, data-driven and technology-empowered. Creating a well-resourced county means everyone, in all the communities within a county’s borders, can endure a public health and economic crisis. With engaged leaders and stakeholders collaborating across ten vital service sectors, we survive and thrive.
In the EYE
We are here for change both in-person and virtually. The EYE holds the keys to making positive change in your community. See why.
Admission to the EYE and its 10 centers is free, as the only cost of entry is an open mind, curiosity and passion for problem-solving.
The EYE is open 24/7 and encourages you and your neighbors, state and local elected officials and co-workers to visit often.
The EYE hosts a wide variety of special event exhibits and learning experiences including the “Power Hour” series on strengthening and creating a 100% New Mexico initiative.
THE VIRTUAL BOOKCAFÉ
The EYE has a book. cafe with publications focused on enriching communities by ensuring that each one provides the ten vital services for surviving and thriving. We also sponsor community chats and hangouts. (You provide the coffee or tea.) Ask us about hosting your book club or author’s talk.
ARRANGING A CENTER TOUR WITH THE CURATORS
If you would like to arrange a group tour of the EYE or any of its ten Centers focused on surviving and thriving services, please contact us.
ABOUT CURATING A NEW EXHIBIT
The EYE is curated by the authors of 100% Community and Anna, Age Eight, Katherine Ortega Courtney and Dominic Cappello, working in collaboration with specialists across the state, with input from specialists across the nation and globe. To learn more about being a guest curator, contributing to our exhibitions, please contact us.
WORKING IN THE LABS WITH EXPERTS
The EYE can support any county stakeholder engaged in the 100% New Mexico initiative with technical support. We can provide the staffing to guide action teams members through the process of community engagement, creating partnerships, assessing, planning, action and evaluation. Ask us about scheduling a workshop to support your teams in getting to measurable and meaningful results.
As us about becoming a docent, part guide and all educator, to lead tours through the EYE for groups, including lawmakers, stakeholders, and 100% New Mexico initiative participants who serve as action team members.
We at the EYE are huge believers in the power of technology to strengthen systems of health, safety and resilience. We also recognize that a digital divide exists that limits access to the net which means limiting access to empowerment. Contact us to increase access across urban and rural communities.
EYE ON THE USER EXPERIENCE
The EYE is the nation’s first repository for solutions focused on ensuring ten vital services for surviving and thriving. The EYE, with its ten Centers, has at least 10,000 moving parts, that showcase innovations and ideas awaiting implementation. We greatly value your review of all our content and the entire user experience within the EYE. We welcome your suggestions for new exhibits and improvements to current ones, along with your overall critique on user-friendliness. No detail is too small or too big to comment on and improve. Contact us to share your always welcome feedback.
Email us 24/7 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who we are
The EYE is a collective of change agents who know how to overcome systemic challenges to create positive outcomes.
ADVISORS AND PARTNERS
These are our amazing contributors and those stakeholders who shared their expertise and insights for the book that guides the 10 centers: 100% Community: Ensuring 10 vital services for surviving and thriving.
CENTER INNOVATION SPECIALISTS
Center for Medical and Dental Care@100%
Matt Probst, PA-C, Supretha Gubbala, MD, Heidi H. Rogers, FNP, Maya Yu, DOM
Center for Behavioral Health Care@100%
Deborah Harris, LISW, Robin Swift, MPH
Center for Food@100%
Peter Skelton, PhD, Aurora Valdez, MPH
Center for Housing@100%
Center for Transportation@100%
Center for Parent Supports@100%
Esther Devall, PhD, Patricia Alvarado, Julie Sanchez, and JC Trujillo
Center for Early Childhood Learning@100%
Melissa Hardin, DSW
Center for Community Schools@100%
David Greenberg, Katherine Trujillo, Tim Hand, PhD
Center for Youth Mentoring@100%
Leticia Bernal, David Sherman, Sharon Sessions, PhD
Center for Job Training@100%
Yolanda Cordova, Pam Etre -Perez, PhD, Michelle Perry
DEDICATED TO HEROES
The EYE is made possible because local champions have committed their time and energy to developing a county-based initiative, one that is a showcase for applied sciences. The EYE is far more than a collection of ideas or a repository for projects, it’s a tribute to the courage and compassion of local leaders who redefine the term public service. Our 100% New Mexico initiative teams are turning research into real-world solutions every day, often amid an environment of crisis and change. We dedicate the EYE to the local heroes working in our initiatives to demonstrate how collaboration between city government, county government, higher education and local stakeholders can ensure the health, safety and resilience of 100% of families. Our initiatives, all vital works in progress, may be visited in the following localities:
Doña Ana County
Rio Arriba County
Taos County and Taos Pueblo
San Miguel County
Our list of counties continues to grow, in part, because visitors to the EYE are starting up 100% New Mexico initiatives across the state.
We invite you to…
The Art of the Collaboration
The work ahead requires the engagement of not only service agency leadership, but artists, muralists, filmmakers, storytellers and writers.