- Activist in the endeavor to keep rates down.
- His involvement in legislative issues, and his interaction with the Public Regulations Commission on issues relative to electric utilities, the co-ops and its consumers. The start-up of the Propane Division. The establishment of the Call Center facility and partnership agreements.
- Obtaining $7.8 million in federal funding for renewable energy initiatives and homeland security projects.
- His contribution among the other board members in establishing the Questa, Peñasco and Ojo Caliente Satellite offices.
- Bringing into reality the transmission lines and substations in Peñasco (69kVA) and Ojo Caliente (115kVA). His experience while on the board gives him the insight needed to work in the best interests regarding the direction of the Co-op.
- His past experiences and accomplishments also contribute to the success of his board representation, including:
- His service in the New Mexico/Utah Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserves.
- Taos County Magistrate Judge for 14 years.
- His contribution in working with County commissioners in acquiring $14 million to build Holy Cross Hospital and establish the Penasco Holy Cross Clinic, and other accomplishments that benefited the members within the surrounding communities.