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Graduate Project Assistant

Brandon De Flon was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He attended Del Norte high school playing basketball, football and tennis. He received his undergraduate schooling under UNM's engineering school obtaining dual Bachelor's degrees in civil & construction engineering. He is currently enrolled, as a graduate student, in UNM's mathematics and statistics department working towards finishing up his Master's degree in applied statistics. He previously worked for UNM's enrollment management division building SAS logistical models and assisting with reporting efforts. He has a goal of giving back to his local community by supporting UNM students with their collegiate goals.

Graduate Project Assistant

Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, Mark attended Stanford University where he graduated with a B.A. in Psychology with Honors in 1976. Before returning to graduate school at UNM to pursue a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Mark was involved in a longtime career in the fields of aging,gerontology, and human services. Most recently, Mark completed a graduate assistantship with the Graduate Professional and Students Association (GPSA) as Chief of Staff, and was recognized by Who's Who Among Graduate Students of America. Mark enjoys playing guitar, running, yoga, and spending time with family and friends.

Graduate Project Assistant

Theresah Napetey was born and raised in Ghana, where she obtained her bachelor’s degree in Economics & Sociology. She attained her master’s degree in Public Administration from UNM, and is currently pursuing her second master’s degree in Special Education with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is married and blessed with three beautiful kids, Kobi, Efua, and Kofi. She desires to be at the forefront of public policy and community development in public and non-profit organizations to better the lives of individuals in the community. She enjoys reading and listening to music.

Graduate Project Assistant

Boney Mutabazi is a Rwandan native, born and raised in Uganda. He attained his undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Sikkim Manipal University.

Boney completed his first Master of Science in Health Informatics from the University of Rwanda. Additionally Boney worked in Enterprise IT and e-health systems.

In enhancing the diversity of his career trajectory, he enrolled at UNM in pursuit of a second master’s degree in Community and Regional Planning.

While at UNM, and in his quest to serve others and act as a catalyst of change in society, Boney ran for and was elected president of Graduate Professional and Students Association where he served 2018-2019 term. Boney advocated for graduate and professional student interests, served as the official representative of GPSA to the UNM Board of Regents and the public, and appointed graduate and professional students to serve on university-wide committees. Additionally, while in office at GPSA Boney worked to enhance the continuity of the organization and to promote diversity and inclusion. During his free time Boney enjoys hiking, DIY projects, and meeting new people.