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Focusing on what we have in common.
Experience we can trust
The Honorable Jane Powdrell-Culbert, a Republican and Native New Mexican was elected to the New Mexico House of Representatives, Sandoval County’s District 44 in 2002. She is the first African American in the state’s history to be elected as a Republican and is now serving her 10th term.
Rep. Powdrell-Culbert is currently serving on the Business and Industry Committee and is the lead for the Republican members of the committee. From 2014 to 2016, she served as Chairwoman of the Business and Employment Committee; Chairwoman for the NM Finance Authority Oversight; and past member of the Government and Indian Affairs Committee. Her interim committees are as follows: Investment Oversight, Radio and Hazard Waste, Infrastructure and Road Sub-Committee, Veteran Affairs, Legislative Council, and the New Mexico Finance Authority Oversight, Rural and Economic Development.
Jane has also served on numerous national organizations’ boards, state boards, and committees before becoming a legislator. And that’s what UNM, Albuquerque High School, the love and guidance from her parents, and the South Broadway Community did for her. It taught her to never quit because the odds are not always going to be in her favor. Faith goes a long way; believe in your dreams and treat people like you want to be treated. Be honest, and finally, “You must stand for something, or you’ll accept anything”. Today, it is great to be a ‘Lobo’ and of course a ‘Bull Dog’.
Rep. Jane Powdrell-Culbert is a graduate of the University of New Mexico, with a degree in Recreation Programs and Administration and Public Administration. Rep. Jane Powdrell-Culbert was a single parent, raising her three nieces after the death of their mother. She has been married to Colonel Clarence Culbert, Jr. for 29 years. Colonel Culbert retired from the US Army in 2005 after serving over 28 years.
Throughout District 44 the Quality of Life has been impacted by the creation of more jobs & Leveraging of Millions of Capitol Outlay Dollars
The Town of Bernalillo, Corrales, Rio Rancho, and Sandoval County have grown because of:
- Local Highway Safety Improvements
- School Safety and Rail Crossings
- New Police Cars for our First Responders
- Critical Infrastructure for Emergency Services
- Completed Water Improvement Projects
- Completed Unit 17 Flood Control Services
- Completed Sandoval County Government Center
- Communications Towers
- Water Tanks
- Local Street Lights and Signage
- Provided Program Funding for:
- Mental Health Programs
- Computer Labs for Afterschool Programs
- Cyber Academy
- UNM STEM Program
- Funding for New Schools
- Senior Centers
Opening of Corrales’ Loma Larga Rd in 2004. Jane worked tirelessly for capital outlay funding to build this critical piece of infrastructure in District 44.