Public Information Officer
Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today.
Renee has 18 years of professional experience in mass communication. Before joining DoIT, Renee built a career in local television news. As a newscast producer, she most recently worked for a top-rated and award-winning station. She helped launch a 4 pm newscast at KOAT and shaped the way for future producers. During her time there, KOAT earned several regional Emmy awards, as well as two Edward R. Murrow awards for Social Media and its 10 pm newscast.
Working for DoIT, Renee helps shape the future of technology for New Mexico. She loves arriving at work every day to smiling faces and feels the excitement for the coming changes.
Born and raised in New Mexico, Renee earned her BA degree from the University of New Mexico with a focus on Broadcast Journalism and Mass Communication. She is a strong believer in the power of storytelling and using it to make a change while entertaining people.
Renee loves walking the field during the Balloon Fiesta, yelling “burn him!” during Zozobra, and dancing in the rain. As far as the state question goes, she always chooses green over red. Renee enjoys bike rides, being outdoors, and playing board games with her husband and two kids.