DWI Resource Center Board of Directors

Steven Flint, Vice-Chair

Steve began working with the DWI Resource Center as a volunteer consultant in 1993. Steven brings more than 20 years experience as a Programmer/Analyst. His career in traffic safety began as a programmer/analyst for the University of New Mexico, Division of Government Research. In 1987, Flint was employed as an analyst with the NM Traffic Safety Bureau, where he moved up to the Bureau Chief position and worked in that capacity for many years. After leaving the Traffic Safety Bureau, he entered the private sector as a programmer/analyst.


 Juliana Lucero

Board Vice-Chair

Juliana has been with the DWI Resource Center since 2008 as a board member and she currently serves at Vice-Chair.
Dedicated career in New Mexico State Government as a Public Health worker and Team Leader in the areas of: Implied Consent Program, Healthcare Facility Compliance, Professional
Licensure Regulations, Legislative sessions, and recently in Epidemiology Response.
Native New Mexican, with deep family roots in northern New Mexico.
Community Volunteer in the arts and civic events in Santa Fe, NM.
Earned a Bachelor of Science, General Science, from Santa Fe University of Art and Design.

Al Benalli, Treasurer


Anna Lamberson, Board member

Arriving in Las Cruces, New Mexico in 1983 as an assistant professor of economics at New Mexico State University, Anna later moved to Albuquerque and commuted to work at the State’s Environmental Improvement Division and Department of Finance, the State Land Office, and for the Legislature’s House Taxation and Revenue Committee and Legislative Finance Committee. After leaving the State in 1997 to work at the City of Albuquerque, she served as Finance Director, Budget Officer and ultimately Chief Financial Officer. From 2009-2020 she worked abroad for US Agency for International Development and and European Union funded projects as a public finance advisor in Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, Jordan, Ghana, Somalia, Libya, Syria, Liberia and Bhutan where she was able to apply her government experience and her PhD in International Economics.

Anna, now retired, lives in Albuquerque and looks forward to frequent visits to see her children and new granddaughter in London whenever possible.