Patrick Dyer
General Services Director Presbyterian Medical Service

My mission as the President of the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico is to make this organization a resource within the State of New Mexico for all building professionals, tradesmen, and anyone involved with facility management. I believe we can serve this community as a primary resource by providing our membership with access to the industry leading technology and knowledge which facility managers need to perform their jobs, and additionally to provide the endless networking possibilities which are critical in this environment. Our goal is to increase our membership base to include anyone who specializes as a facility manager, engineer, blue collar worker, business owner, or civic leader. 

I have extensive experience in facility management and operations. From 2001 to 2007 I worked as an operations manager directly overseeing a 15 member service staff within the downtown Albuquerque area where I was responsible for special events and primarily served as a first responder for the Business Improvement District. While holding this position I worked closely with the City of Albuquerque regarding urban development, planning projects for the downtown area. I also served as a director for a federal halfway house, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the facility for 2 years, managing a team of 11 staff members, while working at the Albuquerque Convention Center. My next assignment was Facility Maintenance Director for the Rio Rancho Public Schools; I served for over 5 years. I now serve as the General Services Director for Presbyterian Medical Services where I oversee all maintenance, renovation, and construction projects for the organization.

My lifelong involvement with sports beginning with local youth sports leagues at age six through my collegiate career at New Mexico State University where I played as a defensive lineman and later coached for NMSU football for two years   has taught me the value of teamwork and has provided me with the tools to effectively lead and enthusiastically inspire whatever organization where I choose to be involved.  Connecting with people is the key to any successful career or organization. I will bring my experience and ability to my role as the president of FMANM.  

 

David Jensen
HVAC Consultant and Instructor

A veteran of the United States Air Force, David attended the Terra Technical College where he was trained in the refrigeration, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and electrical work, all critical infrastructural services.  Over the years Dave has gained immense technical experience and expertise in these complex, ever-evolving and specialized technological fields. Later David returned to school at The University of Phoenix where he majored in Business Management as an adjunct to support his management interests in the HVAC profession. 

His vast knowledge of the industry brought him to management roles in such esteemed companies as NRG Efficient LLC, Integrated Controls, Goodman Distribution, the RE Michel Company and Baker Distributing where currently he is the Territory Sales Manager.

As a highly regarded and sought-after industry expert, Dave has instructed aspiring technicians at both Central New Mexico Community College beginning in 2002 and more recently at the Associated Builders and Contractors of New Mexico.       

Dave's resume includes a long list of professional certifications and volunteer positions including being a member of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Carrier Advanced Technical Development Program, CNM's Advisory Committee for HVAC, Skills USA Chairperson for CNM, and chair of the Church of the Incarnation Building Committee in Rio Rancho, NM, among many other accreditations.   David joined the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico in 1998 where his business acumen was put to use in the role of treasurer, a role which he retains today.  
David and his wife Jaci have two grown daughters and four grandchildren.

 

Jessica Leyva
Honeywell Building Technology

I have been a consultant for Building and Property Managers in New Mexico and Texas for over 10 years. Over the years I've provided support to facility managers and technicians in the areas of commercial cleaning contracts, post-construction clean-up offerings, ground-up construction and renovation, and now building technology and integration aka "smart-building" services and technology.  Early in my career, I developed a great love and interest in everything about buildings and to this day, I enjoy looking at building structures and touring facilities as I travel the western region.

From design and architecture to development and construction, to occupancy and critical building systems, I find myself constantly learning old and new methods for infrastructure care and renewal.  Keeping buildings up and running and reviving the old into the latest and greatest way of utilizing our infrastructure and operational technologies is my passion now and I believe will remain well into the future.  My appreciation for facility maintenance teams and for the trades division is enormous.

I recently went back to school as a student of Applied Trades & Technologies at Central New Mexico Community College.  I am currently studying Architectural Carpentry and Blueprint Reading to further my knowledge and support in the industry.  I will move towards a concentration in electrical programming and logic controls as I move forward with the next chapter in learning and loving all things facilities. 
I joined FMANM in 2012 and have been a member of the Board of Directors since 2014.  My latest support role with the board has been as secretary and I love every minute spent with fellow partners and teams in our ever-evolving facilities industry! 

 

Leslie Yardman
to the FMANM Board of Directors

A consummate facility professional and property manager since 2001, it is my pleasure to announce that Leslie Yardman has joined the Board of Directors for the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico.  Leslie is respected by her peers and by her supplier partners for her knowledge-based ability to make informed immediate decisions while considering long-term outcomes. 

Leslie started In the facilities world in 2001 working for Zia Rising Management, where she managed almost 500,000 square feet of commercial properties including medical, office, and retail businesses. Her expertise extends to financial management, staff development, property assessment, and project management.  Leslie currently works for the Bank of Albuquerque where she is accountable for management, preservation and enhancement of their facilities including 17 banking facilities in New Mexico and 6 in Arizona.

Leslie has been an active member of FMANM since 2008 and has graciously and enthusiastically assisted in the golf tournaments, the trade shows, as well as the monthly  membership meetings.  Please join me in thanking Leslie for volunteering her time to guide this organization from the vital perspective of the accomplished, respected facility professional.  

 

Deborah Chavez
Mooring Construction and Restoration

Born and raised in Grants, New Mexico, Deborah graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a degree in Business Management before moving to Albuquerque.  She began her career in the staffing industry where she managed and recruited for five years.  One of her customers was so impressed with her proficiency and competence that they hired her into the restoration and construction industry.  She has enjoyed success on this business platform for the last 10 years.  Deborah is the Business Development and Marketing Specialist for Mooring Construction and Restoration. 

Additional accomplishments include participating as the Vice President for the New Mexico All Star Booster Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to assisting New Mexico's aspiring young athletes and their parents in finding funding to pay for their sports activities.   She is the mother to two beautiful daughters.

An active participant in the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico for the last five years, she joined the Board of Directors as a Director for the organization in February, 2020.

 

Leslie Yardman
to the FMANM Board of Directors

Prince J. Robertson is the Facility Operations Manager for the Pueblo of Santa Ana at the Tamaya Wellness Center. Prince has been employed with the Santa Ana Pueblo since 2014.In his work over the past 6 years, Prince has worked in the Education Department as a school Liaison and recently at the Wellness center as the Event Coordinator and now Facility Operation Manager.

As an Operations Manager prince has over 40 employees staffed at the Wellness center. His main responsibilities are overseeing Youth wellness programming, community recreations programming, also overseeing ball field management and maintenance and a natatorium center.

Prince is a New Mexico Native who grew up in Rio Rancho, NM. He attended Cibola High and graduated in 1996 and continued his education at Central New Mexico Community College. Were he holds an Associate degree in Arts and Sciences (Communications)
He is married to his Wife Sheila of 15 years and father to five children and two grandchildren.