Alan Webber, Founder
Alan Webber is an entrepreneur, a writer, and a concerned New Mexican who ran for Governor of New Mexico.
His background includes a stint working as an administrative assistant to the Mayor of Portland, Oregon; experience in Washington, D.C. as special assistant to the U.S. Secretary of Transportation; and work as an advisor to Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis and Michigan Governor James Blanchard.
He has also worked at the Harvard Business School as a senior research associate and as managing editor and editorial director of the Harvard Business Review. He co-founded Fast Company magazine, the fastest growing business magazine in U.S. history, and has authored or co-authored four books.
Since moving to New Mexico, Alan has served on several boards, volunteered to coach and mentor entrepreneurs across the state, spoken extensively on important state issues, and contributed widely to economic, environmental and social causes in a number of capacities.
In 2014, he ran for the Democratic nomination for Governor of New Mexico, finishing second in a field of five. He and his wife Frances have been married for almost 40 years and have two grown children, Adam and Amanda.