Adriann Barboa

County Commissioner, Bernalillo County District 3

As a single mom of two, Adriann is blessed to live in the home she grew up in, raised her kids in, and that her parents built on working class wages. Her father was a welder and her mother worked in a local factory. Though sometimes they struggled, they always had what they needed. In 1986, a clothing factory near their house closed down. Her father used the scrap metal to make wrought iron for their house and adorned it with an anchor. Living in that same house now, she is anchored in our communities and ready to serve!

Adriann currently serves as the Field Director at Forward Together, a national non-profit organization that put down roots in New Mexico as Strong Families New Mexico, leading work that builds rights, recognition, and resources for all families. She feels privileged to work alongside our communities every day to create meaningful change. As a county commissioner, Adriann looks forward to working with our communities to address our challenges and opportunities regarding public safety and healthcare.

Read FTA's full statement on endorsing Adriann Barboa.


We are proud to endorse Adriann Barboa, who has been a leader in New Mexico and in our communities for decades. We know Adriann will bring the kind of leadership our communities need to the Bernalillo County Commission. Her leadership will bring others along and she aims to inspire the best in us. Her leadership is grounded in community, in honesty, and in boldness. Adriann lives the values of Forward Together Action, and our communities.
Eveline Shen, Board President, Forward Together Action


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Election Day is Tuesday, June 2, 2020

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