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Empower Teens to Take a Stand
By MADD | October 23, 2014

This Red Ribbon Week, help us empower teens to take a stand against underage drinking by spreading the word on all of your social media channels and to all the teens you know about MADD’s tools and resources.


3411 Candelaria NE Suite B
Albuquerque, NM 87107 (map)
Phone: 505.255.2955
Fax: 505.255.0352

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Join us in honoring the REAL super Heroes of New Mexico, individuals who protect the innocent and saves lives!

SATURDAY, November 8, 2014

10:30am at the Crowne Plaza Hotel

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Honoring Hero Nominatees

Officer Robert Dilley, Albuquerque Aviation Police Department – Legacy of Courage Award

“Dilley has demonstrated an upstanding commitment to MADD, using his story to get the word out about the dangers of drunk driving and the tremendous ability to recover from the violent crime of DWI.”

Guinevere Ice, Assistant District Attorney, Second Judicial District

“For more than ten years, Guinevere Ice has been one of the most dedicated and hardest working prosecutors, who genuinely cares about the significance DWI cases have in peoples’ lives.”

Tonya McCullough, Albuquerque Public Schools Teacher

“McCullough courageously jumped in front of a drunk driver’s vehicle to push her son and an APD Service Aide out of the way, saving their lives at the cost of great injury to herself.”

Carmen Salas & Carroll Lynn Bilbo, Dedicated Volunteers

“Carmen and Carroll Lynn have been huge supporters of MADD, connecting Walgreens to the Walk Like MADD event and supporting officers at sobriety checkpoints.”

Officer Christopher Blea, Farmington Police Department

“Officer Christopher Blea selflessly extends his knowledge to surrounding agencies in our community by conducting DRE evaluations assisting their DWI investigations.”

Officer Marisa Martinez, Isleta Police Department

“Martinez has trained multiple agents across several agencies, and remains very committed to reducing DWI, especially among tribal communities.”

Officer Lou Golson, Albuquerque Police Department

“Since Golson was assigned to DWI, he’s dedicated himself to growing the skill set of newly hired cadets to build a talented and professional DWI Unit.”

Janai Campos, Teen Influencer

“Janai attended every underage drinking prevention activity we held this past year, and proudly represented MADD New Mexico at the OYE conference, explaining our Sticker Shock campaign and other work.”

Officer Tim McCarson, Albuquerque Police Department Drug Recognition Expert

"In 2013, Officer McCarson performed 45 drug recognition evaluations, more than any other Drug Recognistion Expert in the state."

Sergeant Michael Naus, Rio Rancho Police Department

“A 20-year veteran of the department, Sergeant Naus has focused on training officers, enforcement of underage drinking laws, and is an active member of the Sandoval County DWI Planning Council and Law Enforcement Committee.”

Lieutenant Micah Doering, New Mexico State Police Drug Recognition Expert

"In 2013, Lieutenat Dowering assumed command of the Crash Reconstruction Unit and was the Course Manager for the Drug Recognition Expert School, reflecting his dedication and enthusiasm for the DRE Program."


Founded by a mother whose daughter was killed by a drunk driver, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) is the nation’s largest nonprofit working to protect families from drunk driving and underage drinking. With the help of those who want a safer future, MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving® will end this danger on America’s roads. PowerTalk 21™ is the national day for parents to talk with their kids about alcohol, using the proven strategies of Power of Parents, It’s Your Influence™ to reduce the risk of underage drinking. And as one of the largest victim services organizations in the U.S., MADD also supports drunk driving victims and survivors at no charge, serving one person every 10 minutes at 1-877-MADD-HELP.

Together, these programs ensure that MADD achieves its lifesaving mission.

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