Katelyn Hart

New Mexico Resource Coordinator

Katelyn grew up on a ranch in rural New Mexico, and as a sixth generation New Mexican, she is acutely aware of the problems facing rural areas. After obtaining her J.D from the University of New Mexico, Katelyn worked at a corporate law firm representing a wide range of clients for natural resources and agricultural issues. She left her old firm and began a career in policy analysis and community outreach.

Katelyn brings unique insights and thoughtfulness to policy and community outreach in New Mexico. Her experience interning at state agencies, as well as her background with utility, natural resource, agricultural use, land use, endangered species listings, and water law, provide a balanced perspective to policy decisions and working with community organizations. Katelyn has been an active advocate for clients in the governmental affairs arena. Her legal background is valuable in the analysis, review, and crafting of proposed legislation. She works with various state regulatory bodies, associations, and community organizations on a regular basis. Katelyn has been boots on the ground at the New Mexico State Legislature for the past 7 years and has developed strong relationships with our current lawmakers and various agency personnel.

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