Marissa Naranjo

New Mexico

Marissa Naranjo is from the Pueblos of Santa Clara, Santo Domingo, and Cochiti. She has worked with Pueblos and Tribes across the Southwest and Pacific Northwest engaging in government-to-government legislative, administrative, and legal efforts at the local, state, and federal levels on environmental protection, cultural resource and sacred site preservation campaigns. She previously served the All Pueblo Council of Governors as a Policy Coordinator where she managed Pueblo collective organizing and advocacy efforts on the protection of Greater Chaco and Bears Ears National Monument and managed development and advocacy of strategic priority areas including State and Federal Legislation, Natural Resources, and Youth Leadership Development. She continues technical support of Pueblos and Tribes on environmental and cultural resource preservation projects. She is currently a member of the APCG Natural Resources Committee, a Commissioner for the Albuquerque Commission on American Indian and Alaskan Native Affairs, and a member of the New Mexico Economic Sustainability Advisory Council. 


  1. Social Justice

    Education, Policy Advocacy, Research
    Environmental Justice
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