Prior to his work with local nonprofits, Stockton Colt was a partner for over two decades with Willis Towers Watson, a large international consulting firm. He led its global consulting practice in sales force effectiveness. Since moving to Santa Fe, Stock has chaired the boards of directors of SWAIA, producer of the world’s largest indigenous art market, and oversight board that develops policy for New Mexico’s search and rescue activity. He currently chairs the board of directors for the Institute of American Indian Arts Foundation, serving a unique university focused on graduate and undergraduate art education principally for Native American students. He has also served on the board of directors of the Museum of New Mexico Foundation and the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico. Stock holds an MBA in international business from UCLA and an undergraduate degree from Auburn University.

“As a cat lover since childhood, I recognize the personal rewards that pets bring to each of us, reinforced daily by my two sweet cats and one large, handsome dog. It is equally clear that helping underserved populations with animal welfare issues – a focus of Espanola Humane – is a need that must be addressed.”