Feleecia Guillen (she/her/ella)
Director of Communications & Outreach
Feleecia is an environmental justice organizer based in New Mexico. As a prominent member of UNM LEAF and Youth United for Climate Crisis Action (YUCCA), Feleecia has committed her life to advocating for environmental justice, societal change, and liberation. With deep roots in the Land of Enchantment, Feleecia has always been driven by a profound connection to her human and non-human relatives as well as the landscapes, communities, and cultures of the state. She has played a pivotal role in pressuring the University of New Mexico to divest from fossil fuels, recognizing the critical need to align institutional investments with environmental and social responsibility. She firmly believes that divestment is a crucial step in addressing the climate crisis, especially for frontline communities in NM. She will continue to push UNM to take action by divesting from fossil fuels and declaring a climate emergency.
Shaun Morales (he/him)
Director of Coordination
Shaun is a second-year student at UNM majoring in Nursing with a minor in Psychology who’s from a small town 2 hours north of Albuquerque. Shaun has always had a passion for environmental justice and activism that started with being raised along the mountains, rivers, and fields around him in rural New Mexico and is driven to preserve the natural beauty and historic culture that can only be found in his home state. He aims to continue fighting for environmental justice through UNM LEAF.
Kyreen White (she/her/hers)
Director of Finance
Kyreen is a second year student attending University of New Mexico. She is interested in climate justice and environmental justice amongst many other social issues. She took a course titled Introduction to Environmental and Social Justice which peaked her interest in Environmental Justice and Environmental Protection. She will continue to help and push to achieve UNM LEAF’s goals.
Kam Goff (they/them)
Director of Coordination
Kam is a junior who just recently moved to New Mexico from Kansas. They are passionate about sustainable food systems that put equity and accessibility at the center of thought, as well as a public transportation user and advocate. They plan to bring their own knowledge and interests to LEAF to help UNM and the Albuquerque region to be more sustainable.
Robert Devine (he/him)
Robert is a former UNM student currently working towards a degree in history at CNM. Currently living in Albuquerque, and having lived almost all of his life in New Mexico, he hopes to use his past experiences related to politics and political activism, his knowledge of various historical topics, and a passion for professional wrestling to work to improve his home here in New Mexico and help people as best as he can. As a political liaison in UNM LEAF, he hopes to work to bring his experiences and interests together in order to connect with elected officials at the state and federal level, community leaders, and students about the importance of being active in politics and advocating for policies that help to protect and support communities and the planet.
Chase Jacques-Maynes (he/him)
Community & Political Liaison
Chase is a first-year student at UNM who plans to graduate with his bachelor’s in two years. He is highly interested in making positive changes on the issue of sustainability within the local, state, and federal government as an elected official. He grew up in California but has made New Mexico his second home and cares deeply about the community, environmental justice, and human rights.
Jackie Davis (she/her)
Director of Media
Jackie is in her 3rd year pursuing her Bachelor of Science in Geography with a second major in English. She is a passionate advocate for public transportation, bicycling, and walkable communities. She is also an avid proponent of putting health equity at the forefront of climate resiliency projects. She hopes to use her position at UNM LEAF to explore avenues for UNM to transition to transportation infrastructure that promotes healthy and sustainable ways to get to, from, and around campus.