Larry Alei, Encore Fellowship Program Director
Larry Alei joined CNPE in 2015 as the Encore Fellowship Program Director .
Before joining us, Larry worked in a variety of business and management positions at Intel Corp. for 26 years, then served as an Encore Fellow with WESST in 2013-2014. Larry was instrumental in developing the strategic plan and business model for WESST’s Comcast Digital Media Studio. Larry has a long track record of community service, including stints on the UNM Anderson Schools’ foundation board and on the Board of Directors for Junior Achievement of New Mexico. He currently serves as a governor’s appointee on the State of New Mexico Technology Research Collaborative, and as president of his church’s board of directors.
Larry is a father of two who enjoys the outdoors. He is also an A/V professional who provides services for concerts, presentations, weddings, and other events. Contact Larry
Kyran Berlin, Communications Assistant
Kyran Berlin joined CNPE in September 2017 as a Communications Assistant through the UNM work study program. Before joining CNPE, she volunteered at Roadrunner Food Bank helping to prepare meals for the underfed. She recently acted as a production assistant at One Hill Productions in Los Angeles, CA during the summer of 2017.
Kyran is an alumnus of Sandia High School who strongly believes in the ability of artistic expression to bring people together from all walks of life. She enjoys drawing, painting, and listening to music and finds fulfillment in spending time with friends, family, and two rescue cats. Contact Kyran
Kira Luna, Education Manager
Kira joined CNPE in 2016 as our Education Manager. She oversees the wide variety of trainings offered throughout the year, and connects the nonprofit community to information and resources.
Before joining us, Kira worked as the Prevention Education Specialist at the Rape Crisis Center of Central New Mexico and as the Volunteer Coordinator at the International Folk Art Alliance. Her passion for strengthening the social sector led her to the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network where she served as the Program Innovations Coordinator LaunchPad Fellow from 2014-2015.
Kira actively volunteers in the community and serves as an advisory member for the Nonprofit Quarterly’s article series on equity, diversity, and justice. She enjoys mentoring youth, dancing to live Latin music, and being outdoors. Contact Kira