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Public Employee Labor Relations Board Members

Terms and qualifications of PELRB members is governed by NMSA (1978) Section 10-7E-8 and its powers and duties by NMSA (1978) Section 10-7E-9.

Mark Myers - Board Chair

Mark Myers

Mark Myers holds a Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice. He retired from the Criminal Investigations Division of the Las Cruces Police Department in 2012 after 20 1/2 years to take a job as the NM Corrections Department Training Academy Director. Mr. Myers rose in the Corrections Department to Acting Deputy Secretary of Administration before retiring in 2018.

Hon. Nan G. Nash (Ret) - Board Vice-Chair

Nan Nash

Nan G. Nash was appointed to the New Mexico Second Judicial District Court in January 2003 and retired in January 2019. Judge Nash served as presiding judge of the SJDC Family Court from December 2004 through September 2007. She joined the Civil Division in September 2007. Judge Nash was elected as Chief Judge of the SJDC in April 2014 and served as Chief Judge until her retirement. Her work as chief judge focused on criminal pretrial reform, the elder and disability initiative, and the fiscal and administrative management of the court.

Prior to joining the bench, Judge Nash served as a Special Commissioner of Domestic Violence and a Child Support Hearing Officer for the Second Judicial District Court. She has served on numerous task forces and committees addressing family violence and family law issues including chairing the Supreme Court Domestic Relations Task Force.

Judge Nash began her career with the Second Judicial District Court as the director of Court Alternatives. She taught ADR related courses as an adjunct professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law since 1994, most recently teaching Family Mediation Training from 1999 through 2015.

Judge Nash has been a member of the Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission since 2004 and served as co-chair from 2015 through 2020. She additionally served an eight year term on the New Mexico Judicial Standards Commission.

Since retirement Judge Nash has served as a consultant to the Bernalillo County Criminal Justice Commission. She maintains a regular practice as a mediator, special master and arbitrator in civil and domestic relations matters. She was appointed to the New Mexico Board of Bar Examiners in 2019 and to the New Mexico Public Employee Labor Relations Board in 2020.

Judge Nash in a graduate of Indiana University School of Law and practiced with the firm of Civerolo, Gralow & Hill, P.A. before joining the Court.

Marianne Lee Bowers - Board Member

Marianne Lee Bowers

Ms. Bowers is a practicing attorney in New Mexico and a member of the State Bar of New Mexico and the State Bar of California. She studied labor law at the University of California Hastings College of the Law where she received her Juris Doctorate degree. She holds a Master of Arts degree from New Mexico State University where she completed her thesis in farm worker access to health care on the U.S.-Mexico border. She has a Master of Advanced Studies in International Affairs from the University of California at San Diego and a Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from the University of California at Davis.

Ms. Bowers has practiced labor law both in New Mexico and California. In California, she was an attorney with Bennett and Sharpe, where she represented union members in the Central Valley in all areas of labor relations. In New Mexico, Ms. Bowers worked with an established law firm representing union members in grievances, arbitrations, unfair labor practices and prohibited practice complaints. She has been co-counsel in cases pending before local labor boards, the New Mexico PELRB, the National Labor Relations Board, the New Mexico Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

Ms. Bowers is a published author. She co-authored an article appearing in the Journal on Migration and Human Security exploring the reasons for earning inequalities among farm workers using national data from the U.S. Department of Labor’s National Agricultural Worker Survey. Ms. Bowers regularly volunteers for the Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court Legal Clinic and various New Mexico State Bar pro bono legal fairs.

Effective: October 14, 2020

Matt Abousleman, Operations Manager Thomas J. Griego, Executive Director Roger "Bart" Bartosiewicz, Vice-Chair Duff Westbrook, Board Chair John "Jay" Bledsoe, Board Member

The PELRB and staff in 2017.