Libby is originally from Houston, Texas and graduated from Trinity University in San Antonio with a degree in History and Spanish. After college, she traveled extensively, teaching Spanish at a boarding school in New Hampshire and working with EF Educational Tours in Cambridge, MA. She first lived in New Mexico while earning a Masters degree in Latin American Studies at UNM, where she was President of the Student Organization for Latin American Studies. Libby planned to stay in New Mexico, but she eventually moved back to Texas where she worked in development with Planned Parenthood in Austin and National Jewish Health’s Dallas office. While raising a family in Dallas, she prioritized volunteering at her kids’ schools, holding numerous PTA board positions.
Libby relocated to Santa Fe with her family in 2018 and is thrilled to be a part of the Cancer Foundation. Throughout her career, she has focused on working to make her community a better place and is particularly impressed by the profound impact the foundation has on cancer patients and their families and caregivers throughout northern New Mexico.
In her spare time, Libby loves to hike the beautiful trails around Santa Fe, as well as travel, spend time with her three adventurous kids, and walk her three crazy dogs.