Edward Archuleta | Executive Director

Edward oversees all aspects of St. Elizabeth’s multifaceted operations.  A Santa Fe native, Edward has served in various capacities with St. E’s over the years – as a volunteer, board member, intern, case manager and now Executive Director.  Prior to working with St. E’s, Edward served as Project Manager with 1000 Friends of New Mexico,  assistant to New Mexico Secretary of State Stephanie Gonzales, as a Realtor and with various government agencies.  He has also served on numerous civic and non-profit boards.   

Michael Bartlett | Business Manager
A fifth-generation Californian, Michael moved to Santa Fe in 1999. With over 20 years of business experience, Michael brings his own particular style of business management to both non- and for-profit consulting clients. He has appreciated the opportunity to work with the employees and clients of St E’s since he started in November 2005.

Jim Podesta | Director of Development
Jim has more than 25 years experience in fundraising and communications working with a variety of non-profit organizations in Chicago and Santa Fe. During his career he has worked on five capital campaigns, directed numerous annual-fund efforts, personally solicited and stewarded major gifts from individual donors, foundations, corporations and organizations, as well as created targeted promotional and educational materials in various media.


Eric Lopez | IT, Data & Development Manager

Eric supports the Director of Development and provides information technology and data support for St. E's. He previously worked as an ad-hoc data analyst for ECHO (now Intuit) an electronic clearing house processor and as a technical support specialist for Comcast. From Santa Fe Eric has been volunteering at St. E's for several years prior to becoming a staff member.

Calvin Fields | Special Events and Community Outreach

Deborah Stump | SOAR Coordinator

Deborah's interest in working with under-served populations began as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ecuador when she served in 1986-1988.  She has brought that interest back to her own community, and began working in different capacities to serve the homeless population since 2006.  She has worked as a SOAR Specialist for the past 6 years with 2 other agencies to secure Social Security Disability benefits to people experiencing homelessness, and began at St. Elizabeth Shelter in October 2018.

Kyra Thomson | Outreach Case Manager


Dusti Nichols | Program Manager

Courtney Winter | Case Manager
Adolph Cata | Day Supervisor

Tang Dao | Shift Supervisor
Benjamin Myler | Shift Supervisor

Ozell Brown | Overnight Supervisor
Bob Robrahn | Overnight Supervisor

Cimone Nicks | Intern
Carolyn Goodman | Intern





Annie Riddle | Program Manager

Annie Riddle is originally from Western North Carolina, where she finished her bachelors degree in social work at Western Carolina University – her focus was psychology and child welfare. Annie worked in child protective services with investigations and foster care during her undergrad and worked with youth emancipated from foster care. Annie began the internship with the Men’s shelter in January of 2018, where she worked for six months, after which she became the case manager at Casa Familia, and held that position for one year. Annie became the program manager for Casa Familia in July of 2019.


Cara Latil | Case Manager

Tara Duran | Shift Supervisor

Jennifer Buffaloe | Shift Supervisor

Charmaine Fields | Shift Supervisor

Jerica Simmons | Shift Supervisor

Sandy Wagatusma | Overnight Supervisor

Shayna Koren | Intern

Krysta Posalski | Intern

Ashley Kate Stephens | Intern

Brittany Greenback | Intern



Shane Lampman | Program Manager
Shane began working with St. Elizabeth Shelter as an intern in 1994, and later worked as a Resident Manager for St. E’s family housing program. Shane completed his Master’s Degree in Cultural Anthropology at Northern Arizona University in 1997, where he studied cross-cultural psychology and human service issues. He has since worked for a number of non-profits in New York City, including The American Museum of Natural History and the National Religious Partnership for the Environment. Although he has lived in New York City and studied abroad in both Mexico and Costa Rica, Shane considers St. Elizabeth Shelter to be his home, and he is glad to be back.

Brian Durel | Case Manager

Trancito Candelaria | Maintenance Supervisor


Neal Windham | Program Manager
Neal directs operations of the supportive transitional family housing program and he has run the program since its inception over 10 years ago. Before joining St. Elizabeth, Neal worked as a youth specialist at a youth emergency shelter and teen transitional living center in Phoenix, Arizona.


Sam Chavez | Program Manager / Case Manager
Sam directs operations of this supportive senior housing program. He also works as a teacher in the Santa Fe and Espanola school systems.



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