Contact Us

Physical and Mailing Address:

4125 Carlisle BLVD NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107

Phone: 505-323-0478
Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 pm
General Information: info@childrensgrief.org

*Due to pandemic precautions, we are working remotely and office hours may be virtual.  Please call or email for information.

**We also have a satellite location in Rio Rancho, New Mexico and our Camp Corazon for bereaved youth living outside of Central New Mexico. To learn more, please call our Albuquerque office.

Children’s Grief Center Of New Mexico Staff

Our staff is small, but tenacious!

Executive Director
Jade Richardson Bock began volunteering as a bereavement facilitator for the Children’s Grief Center in 2003.  She served on the staff of the CGC from 2005-2018 and returned in March of 2020 to to support the organization through a period of growth and change.  You can learn more about her grief and loss experience at www.learningaboutloss.com

Development Director
Suzie Blake, MPNL, CFRE moved to New Mexico from Michigan in 2019 and quickly fell in love with all New Mexico offers, especially the outdoors. With over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, Suzie earned her Masters in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership from Grand Valley State University in Michigan and is a Certified Fund Raising Professional (CFRE). Contact Suzie to learn more about how you can support grieving children and adults in New Mexico.

Development & Outreach Associate
Jorie Weyer works closely with the Director of Development to achieve annual fundraising goals in order to provide CGC services at no cost. She manages donor relations, writes grants, manages CGC’s social media, and leads the CGC’s Community Alliance Committee of volunteers. Jorie volunteered at the CGC for 3 years before joining the staff in 2017 and holds a degree in Business Administration with a Marketing focus.

Administrative Manager
This position is currently accepting applications via Indeed.com.

Program Coordinator
Christina Thies holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication and Journalism from New Mexico State University. Before joining CGC she co-owned a printing company and worked for a local non-profit improving the lives of homeless pets. Outside of work she is focused on supporting her local community through volunteer work and education.

Program Coordinator
Liz Bowes holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Texas Tech University. Previously as a Certified Child Life Specialist, Liz provided psychosocial support for children and adults during the end of life process. Outside of work, she enjoys exploring the outdoors and spending time with her family.

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