Founded in 2020, New Mexico Freedoms Alliance (NMFA) is a non-partisan coalition which advocates for civil liberties and constitutional representative government.
By organizing communication networks and action initiatives in New Mexico, NMFA creates a structure through which local community groups and individuals can work towards mutual goals that advance the causes of freedom, health, and accountability of government.
We host bi-monthly online meetings for state and national leaders, send out easy calls-to-action to our email list, and coordinate statewide and nationwide actions.
NMFA is a non-profit 508-c-1 private membership association.
The NMFA is led by the Executive Committee consisting of
Sarah Smith, Melanie Rubin, and Karen Larré.
Sarah Smith is a homeschooling mother of two, natural healthcare practitioner, health-and-lifestyle blogger, and former NASA aerospace engineer. Sarah lives on a small homestead in Las Cruces and is dedicated to protecting and restoring freedoms for today's children and the generations to come.
Melanie Rubin has a background in marketing and communications, non-profit management, community organizing, video production, and training development and delivery. She lives in Albuquerque and is passionate about what will happen to today's children in the coming years.
Karen Larré is the organizer of Albuquerque unMasked and she helps small business owners use their intuition to guide business decisions and marketing messaging. Formerly, Karen owned a natural health magazine. She lives in Albuquerque and is dedicated to restoring our freedoms, with a focus on building a parallel society.