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Steven Michael Quezada is a Screen Actors Guild award-winning actor, producer and comedian with a long record of public service for Bernalillo County children and families. 

He was elected chair of the Bernalillo County Board of Commissioners for a one-year term that lasted from Jan. 9, 2018 to Jan. 8, 2019. Commissioner Quezada was elected vice chair of the commission from January 2017 to January 2018.

As a rising star in New Mexico’s thriving film and television industry, Mr. Quezada portrays DEA Agent Steven Gomez on the Emmy Award-winning television series “Breaking Bad,” which concluded its fifth and final season on AMC in 2013. Steven has also appeared in the television shows “The Mindy Project,” “Documentary Now” and “In Plain Sight.”

Mr. Quezada is a life-long resident of New Mexico. He pursued his love of performing by studying theatre arts at Eastern New Mexico University, and has earned the distinction as one of the most charitable celebrities in New Mexico.

Steven has raised money for organizations such as Youth Development Incorporated and countless others. Steven has also worked with the gang intervention, Mi Voz and Elev8 programs through YDI, taught acting to local kids, and educated future filmmakers at the Digital Arts and Technology Academy.

Steven won his first political race in 2013 to earn a seat on the Albuquerque Board of Education. He is married to Cherise Quezada, has four children, and plays golf in his spare time -- however little time that may be.

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  • Because trees are healthier and produce more foliage and fruit if correctly pruned, learn how to get the most from your trees with this workshop. Course work covers the selection and care of trees, pest and disease prevention, and propagation techniques. A visit to the heritage orchard offers participants a place to apply their new knowledge to the property’s fruit trees. This event is free but registration is required at the link below.
    Location:
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW
    Time:
    1/26/2019 9:00 AM - 1/26/2019 12:00 PM

  • The permanence of the genízaro identity blurs the lines of distinction between Native and Hispanic frameworks of race and cultural affiliation. Genízaros, Native American slaves, were house servants, sheep herders, and in other capacities in the New Mexico Territory and parts of southern Colorado well into the 1800s. The presenter, co-editor of a forthcoming anthology along with Dr. Enrique LaMadrid entitled, Genízaro Nation, discussion of genízaro identity and ritual cultural performances. This event is free, but registration is required at the link below.
    Location:
    Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW
    Time:
    1/27/2019 1:00 PM - 1/27/2019 2:00 PM

  • Teens and children ages 11-19 are invited to participate in Westside Community Center's T33n 3-on-3 basketball each Friday night from 7-10 from March 8 through April 12. Registration begins Jan. 28 and there is no charge to participate. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. followed by a mandatory 30-minute life skills workshop before the games begin. For more details call Ashley Gutierrez at (505) 314-0465.
    Location:
    Westside Community Center, 1250 Isleta Blvd. SW
    Time:
    3/8/2019 6:00 PM - 3/8/2019 10:00 PM

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