At Kesselman-Jones, we choose to work with groups, agencies and organizations committed to improving their communities. Our clients are dedicated advocates for a wide variety of programs and issues impacting individuals and society – in New Mexico, across the country, and internationally.

We put our heart into our work because we have passion for what we do. Our staff is all in; they know this is all about the issues you champion and the people you help.

Even when we manage multiple events simultaneously, our team approach, state-of-the-art technology and highly efficient management tools enable us to give each project careful attention. Because we are solution driven and flexible, we are able to adapt to each client’s organizational structure and communication style.

Here is a sampling of some of the organizations we have worked with:

  • American Indian Alaskan Native Tourism Association
  • Break the Cycle
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Adolescent and School Health
  • City of Albuquerque, Department of Family & Community Services
  • City of Santa Fe, Art in Public Places Program
  • Crime Victims Reparation Commission
  • Drug Policy Alliance
  • Futures for Children
  • Global Implementation Initiative
  • National Hispanic Cultural Center
  • New Mexico AIDS Services
  • New Mexico Coalition Against Domestic Violence
  • New Mexico Children Youth and Families
  • New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission
  • New Mexico Department of Education
    • Federal Programs Department
    • School & Family Support Bureau
    • Bi-lingual Education Department
    • Student Nutrition Bureau
  • New Mexico Department of Health
    • Behavioral Health Services Division
    • School Mental Health Initiative
    • Office of School Health
    • Public Health Division
    • New Mexico Cancer Programs
    • WIC Office
  • New Mexico Head Start Association
  • New Mexico Human Services Department
  • New Mexico Office of the Governor
  • New Mexico Lottery
  • New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority
  • New Mexico Traffic Safety Bureau
  • Office of African American Affairs
  • Sandia National Laboratories
  • Sun Healthcare
  • Texas Autism Research and Resource Center
  • Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services
  • University of New Mexico
    • Continuing Education
    • National Diabetes Prevention Center
    • Rural Psychiatry Department

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