Celina Camarillo-Dilbert


Celina Camarillo landed her first job at age 15, teaching dance to young children at a gymnastics studio in her hometown of El Paso. Three years later, she started studying general business at a local community college, but lost focus after her sophomore year despite her strong work ethic. She held down various jobs throughout her early twenties, but none of them could hold her interest—until she started working in insurance at AAA New Mexico and discovered her true calling.

Lucas Ramirez


A 2021 graduate of New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences (ACES), Lucas Ramirez is taking his love of soil and plowing it into a career in regenerative agriculture, farming in harmony with nature to restore soil quality. His goal is no small feat: he wants to change how Americans view nose to tail nutrition.

Dr. Priscilla Bloomquist


Dr. Priscilla Bloomquist’s Commitment to Service Continues into Retirement. Remaining true to her commitment to service, Bloomquist invited former and current students, colleagues, and others to donate $33 (marking the length of her tenure as an NMSU faculty member) to the Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management (HRTM) Alumni Endowed Scholarship, through the NMSU Foundation.

Trennery Turner


Heroes of Compassion Annual Fund for Excellence Provides Crucial Support to Nursing Student Trennery Turner in Finishing Degree. Volunteering is central to Trennery Turner’s life. After being introduced to service by her parents when she was a child, the New Mexico State University senior continued as a teenager to find ways to help those in need. Her commitment to offering her time and talent to others also helped her identify her passion to pursue a healthcare career.

Roy Trujillo


New Mexico State University’s 17th annual Career Connections job fair brought more than 80 employers from around the country to the Las Cruces campus – many of whom were returning to their alma mater to seek out new talent. One of those recruiters, Roy B. Trujillo – chief operating officer of TransPerfect – is a 1989 graduate of both the colleges of Business and Engineering. Trujillo always enjoys recruiting from NMSU because he understands the deep bench of talent at the university.