Clay Doyle, Vice President of Transmission and Distribution, El Paso Electric
LAS CRUCES, NM – The Bridge of Southern New Mexico has secured all 23 of its cross-sector board members with the final addition of Robert Clay Doyle, Vice President of Transmission and Distribution for El Paso Electric.
Doyle previously served as a member of the board from 2009 to 2011 and returns to the board with the recent retirement of Rico Gonzales, who completed his term of service. Doyle is a passionate advocate for education and ensuring the best possible outcomes for students.
Doyle has been a long-time community and civic leader with organizations that include Habitat for Humanity, the Kiwanis Clubs of Las Cruces, and the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as a board member for the Southern New Mexico Children’s Reading Foundation and the El Paso Symphony Orchestra.
A proud Aggie, Doyle holds Master of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from New Mexico State University.
The Bridge of Southern New Mexico is the county’s precedent-setting collaborative between business, economic development, education and government focused on improving graduation rates and building the skilled and ready workforce Doña Ana County needs. Since the organization began its work, countywide graduation rates have skyrocketed from 50% to now 80% and is nearing completion of the state’s first regional workforce development plan.
For a complete list of current board members or to learn more, please visit thebridgeofsnm.org and click on the “Who We Are” tab.