BoardRobin Brulé

Robin Brulé is a large-system service designer with a proven track record of mobilizing cross-sector partners to improve outcomes for New Mexicans. Currently, Robin serves as the Chief Community Engagement Officer at Nusenda Credit Union. In addition, Robin serves as an “executive on loan” from Nusenda to Mayor Richard J. Berry, City of Albuquerque, to help accelerate implementation and results in the areas of education, human services, economic and workforce development in her role as Chief Strategist for Albuquerque’s Living Cities Integration Initiative.

She was also the innovator and architect of Albuquerque’s successful selection by the Corporation for National and Community Services (CNCS) for the special “Mayor-Governor” Initiative. The program will support 20 AmeriCorps members to act as Opportunity Coaches for students in the Running Start for Careers Program, providing wraparound supports and increasing students’ financial capabilities. Running Start for Careers is a coordinated public/private effort to decrease New Mexico’s high school drop-out rate while creating an integrated workforce system critical to our state’s sustainable economic success. She is a 2015 Presidio Cross Sector Leadership Fellow and a 2007 Annie E. Casey Foundation Fellow.