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About E. Marvin Romero
I am a native New Mexican from Mora, New Mexico, and I have served my community and New Mexicans my entire life. For sixteen years, I coached and taught students at the following high schools: McCurdy, Capital High School, Cibola, Volcano Vista, and others. As an educator and coach, I encouraged students to make a difference and create positive change in society.
In 1999, a drunk driver took the life of my mother. After the tragic loss of my mother, I was reminded that my mother declared that I would become an attorney, so I returned to the university environment and graduated from University of New Mexico School of Law and became a licensed attorney in New Mexico.
As an attorney, I sue drunk drivers and handle a variety of personal injury cases and medical malpractice. Because serving others is paramount, I have devoted my life to educating others and lending a helping hand. As a result, in 2016 my brothers and I created The Estella A. Romero Scholarship to honor my mother’s memory and aid students who have been affected by drunk driving or alcohol. In 2016, my brothers and I awarded two scholarships and a one-time award to three high school students in New Mexico.
About Carlos Gandrilla
I was born and raised in New Mexico. As a paralegal, I communicate with our clients and assist in moving their claim through the claim process. I am a great listener and make it a point to get answers to the many questions that arise.
I graduated from the University of New Mexico with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology. I have worked as a professional interviewer at The National Opinion Research Center and the University of Chicago. I was also a Financial Account Specialist with Bank of America. While finishing my degrees, I worked at the non-profit Best Chance, where our goal was to reduce recidivism by providing resources and support to people. Further, I have worked with domestic violence victims by empowering them to break the cycle of violence. I have learned how important it is to do my part in guiding people and advocating on their behalf. It is a passion of mine to connect with people and empower them so their voice is heard.
I am proud to be a part of a team that is hard working and dedicated to fighting for justice. I believe in protecting our clients’ rights, and I am motivated every day to hold those, who cause injury to others, accountable.
About Alleah Baca.
I was born and raised in Carlsbad, New Mexico, and I attended Artesia High School. During this time, I was a Varsity Cheerleader and Captain of our Squad. I learned the value of teamwork and leadership and implemented them in all aspects of my life. Upon graduating, I coached Varsity Cheer at Del Norte High School and loved mentoring students and teaching them the importance of teamwork. My character has also been formed by my upbringing. I have been around Law Enforcement and the Medical field my entire life. My father is a law enforcement officer who has proudly served New Mexico and its residents for over 20 years, and my Mother is a Hospital Director serving the community. I owe my work ethic and love for caring for others to my parents. I am happy to be a part of the Law Office of E. Marvin Romero because this area of law allows me to use leadership, teamwork, and caring for the benefit of our clients who are seeking justice and accountability.