Vincent Baca

Vince has over twenty-five years’ of highly successful leadership experience with a number of large, multifaceted not-for-profit organizations and government entities in Washington, D.C., Massachusetts and in New Mexico.

In New Mexico, Vince served as the first Executive Director of the Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation helping to establish the Foundation as one of the most influential, impactful and financially successful not-for-profit organizations in the Southwest. In addition, he has provided senior level advancement consulting services for a number of not-for-profit organizations throughout the West in the areas of child and family services, animal adoption and medical services, animal sanctuaries, museums, educational institutions, and the arts.

Upon completion of his undergraduate work at The University of New Mexico, Vince worked as a U.S. House of Representatives congressional staff member on Capitol Hill. There he began what has become his lifelong passion of helping to provide services and assistance to those most in need in his native New Mexico.  During his time in Washington, Vince helped oversee constituent services for the 3rd Congressional District of New Mexico.

While completing his graduate work at Harvard University, Vince served as the initial developer of the first coordinated student services program for the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute of Health Professions in Boston. Later, in Cambridge, he led the Alumni Clubs program for the Harvard University Alumni Association providing educational and social programming to over 160 alumni clubs worldwide.

Vince is a native New Mexican and is the proud father of three incredible kids and three enthusiastic grand-dogs.  In his spare time, he enjoys working out, traveling, cooking and reading – as well as exploring new places and meeting new people.