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Santa Fe Art Studio Endorses Kate Noble for Mayor of Santa Fe!
After almost a decade of community development work for the City of Santa Fe, Kate Noble is running for mayor. She is passionate about making our community a place where families can thrive and people of all ages can find jobs, led by a government that serves the people as efficiently and effectively as possible. Kate is driven to cultivate strong partnerships with the schools because she believes that education can transform everything.
Kate was born and raised in Santa Fe, attended the local public schools, and graduated from Santa Fe High School with honors. Upon graduation, Kate attended college at Columbia University in New York City and majored in Film Studies while working in numerous film and television internships. She was hired by BBC News after graduating from college in 1997 and worked for the next ten years as a producer, reporter, and anchor for World Business Report, the flagship business and economics program for BBC World TV.
In 2007, Kate returned home to Santa Fe with the desire to use her knowledge of business and economics to improve the economy in her beloved hometown. Kate worked in the City of Santa Fe for nine years in economic and community development, overseeing the creation of numerous award-winning and nationally recognized programs, including an Innovations in Government recognition by Harvard University for MIX Santa Fe and the launch of New Mexico’s first business accelerator. She was the speech writer for Mayor David Coss’s second term and managed numerous city wide special projects including a Budget Restructuring team in 2008 and the roll-out of the 2012 General Obligation Bond.