When: Thursday, Jan 25, 2018, 8:00am - 1:30pm

311 Old Santa Fe Trail
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501


9th Annual AFSCME Public Safety Blue Breakfast and Lobby Day

"Leading the Fight, AFSCME is the Way"

Thursday, January 25, 2018

RSVP Today!

8:00AM - 1:30PM

breakfast served at 7AM

Call AFSCME Council 18 at 505-266-2505. RSVP or click here to register online. Attend this dynamic event, hear from leading voices in our field, lobby state legislators and local elected leaders in support of legislation and budgets that value the importance of our work.

The 9th annual AFSCME New Mexico Public Safety Blue Breakfast and Lobby Day brings together our brothers and sisters from New Mexico public safety locals to share, hear from one another, and national experts on our career issues, and take action at the legislature to improve New Mexico.

This year's theme is, "Leading the fight, AFSCME is the way!"

Whether it is fighting to ensure we have proper equipment, staffing, enforced policies that protect us, or competitive pay and benefits, AFSCME is our voice, leading the struggle and galvanizing our victories.  


Zane Reeves, UNM Prof, Arbitrator – conducting evidence-based investigations, including Loudermill, discipline, and grievances.

Raúl Torrez, New Mexico's Second Judicial District Attorney - effective and efficient prosecution of criminal cases for a safer community and greater quality of life for New Mexico.

Ed Fishman, Administrator of the Legal Defense Plan - Recent New Mexico Cases defending members rights.

Connie Derr, Council 18 Executive Director, AFSCME International Vice President - State of Our AFSCME Union, crises and opportunities of 2018.

Shane Youtz, AFSCME Chief Attorney - Making Public Safety Careers safer through legal defense, recent cases.  

Mike Messina, Assistant Director of AFSCME International Research and Collective Bargaining Department - Federal Legislation: impacts on National and New Mexico Public Safety

Call Garrett's Desert Inn to reserve rooms using the AFSCME Blue Breakfast block: 505-982-1851

AFSCME puts safety first, ALWAYS!